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Residents watch online, at home as Wake Forest puts on fireworks display
Coronavirus expert shares tips for safe Fourth of July
Driver who had protesters jump on her car, block her path criticizes Raleigh police, protesters
24-year-old returns home on July 4 after battling COVID-19 for more than 70 days
Fireworks canceled this year? Watch the lunar eclipse 'Buck Moon' instead
Fourth of July forecast: hot and steamy, temps will reach 95 degrees
Another round of scattered storms, summer-like temps expected Wednesday
Redskins to have 'thorough review' of name amid race debate
Cleveland Indians look into changing name amid pressure
Krzyzewski: Hiring a veteran is like landing a top recruit
Twitter, JPMorgan remove 'master,' 'slave' and 'blacklist' from their code
FedEx asks the Washington Redskins to change their name after pressure from investor groups
TIMOTHY EGAN: Let's finish the American Revolution
'Though the virus hadn't yet reached us, it was already our enemy'
Editorial: Legislative haste & negligence yields confusion & disruption
Rental company on Outer Banks now offers refunds
Dare County company changes message again, offering refunds
Use caution with debit cards
Holiday grilling: Pandemic forces new precautions
Foodie News: See which restaurants are opening up, closing down during pandemic
"I can't go on. I'll go on": Caregiving in the Age of Coronavirus
Hopscotch canceled, dates set for 2021 festival
Ten women tell WRAL former Raleigh restaurants manager sexually assaulted or harassed them
What to do this July 4th weekend
This day in history: American colonies declare independence (July 4, 1776)
Survey: At least 25% of Americans won't ever return to the gym
North Carolina completes its millionth coronavirus test
— More than one million North Carolinians have been tested for the coronavirus. Out of that million, more than 71,000 of them have tested positive. That’s about seven percent.
Ewan McGregor will reprise his role as the Jedi master in an upcoming Disney+ series.He believes that he will enjoy the experience more.