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Cooper calls on NC businesses to press workers to get vaccinated or mask up
Thursday could reach 95 again as sweltering heat wave continues
Local hospitals seeing patient spikes as Delta variant continues to spread
New CDC guidelines set off rush to reimpose mask mandates
EXPLAINER: Why masks are again advised for everyone indoors
Pet paws on sizzling streets: Beware dangerous pavement temperatures
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Panthers' McCaffrey still confident after injury-marred 2020
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Culture State: Matt Hardy Continues to Evolve
Durham waffle king finds inspiration from his father
What's causing bigger grocery bills? Economists debate causes, length of inflation
Triangle housing market stays hot as national sales level off
DRAUGHON DRAWS: It's about the fine print
KURT STREETER: Simone Biles and the Power of 'No'
Editorial: Cops point to Trump's responsibility for Jan. 6 Capitol mob attack
Slow down, log out as you leave vacation rental
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Pfizer data suggest third vaccine dose 'strongly' boosts protection against Delta variant
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Daytime Pick 3 and Pick 4 Drawing
Eviction moratorium coming to an end
NC sees highest number of coronavirus infections in 5 months
— Another 3,268 coronavirus cases were reported in North Carolina on Thursday, the highest one-day total since Feb. 24. About 9.3% of virus tests are coming back positive.
Only On WRAL-TV at 6: You could be on your own in an emergency. A Raleigh police officer sounds the alarm about issues within the department.
— Tonight at 6 only on WRAL, a Raleigh police officer shares concerns from inside the department.