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Imprisoned man charged in 1990 Fayetteville rape case
FDA says single-dose shot from J&J prevents severe COVID
With 450+ COVID-19 vaccine providers in NC, a careful calculus determines where shots are sent
COVID-19 curfew ending; restrictions loosened to allow more people at bars, gyms, sporting events
Wake teachers move to front of class after officials cull vaccine waiting list
A third vaccine for the US may be just days away
Another nice day in store Thursday, but rain and cold return on Friday
Texas AG was in Utah after historic freeze back home
New solar panels installed at Athens Drive Magnet High School
Players, fans cheer Cooper's move to expand capacity at sporting events
No cash, no tailgating and masks required when fans return to watch the Canes
Culture State: NC resident the leading voice in the film industry
Rocky Mount restaurant drops lunch, adds brunch to weather pandemic
New Wegmans in Chapel Hill opened Feb. 24
Granville County students recognized in statewide business competition
Editorial: Making minimum wage a livable wage needs to be top legislative priority
THOMAS FRIEDMAN: Can You Believe This Is Happening in America?
Editorial: Bill requiring in-person learning relies on luck not reality. Needs more work
Belk files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Insured or no, you shouldn't pay for a COVID-19 test
Refunds for COVID-19 canceled events vary by venue, promoter, where you bought tickets
Amid COVID-19 pandemic, flu has disappeared in the US
New study warns pregnant women infected with COVID-19 at a higher rate
From cocktails to cow sales, good pandemic news means a return of entertainment
One stop shop: Waverly Place offers up some socially distanced fun for families
WRAL Morning News
Raleigh Convention Center hosting volleyball tournament
Woman killed in Cumberland County domestic shooting
17 NC counties are under alert, including Johnston County.
On WRAL at 5: NC charter schools getting federal loans earmarked for small businesses
— WRAL Investigates how publicly funded charter schools in North Carolina were approved for millions of dollars in federal pandemic aid to businesses. Only on WRAL at 5.
A huge sinkhole opened up in Florida on Thursday.