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NC returns of mail-in ballots vastly outpacing 2016
Clayton firefighter with COVID-19 out of rehab
Data shows clusters of COVID cases linked to church services
2 dead from COVID-19 cases tied to Charlotte church event
Paused in Phase 3: Cooper asks local leaders to do more to contain coronavirus spread
CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encounters
Turn on the AC: Warm weather pattern keeping temps in the 80s
Orionid Meteor Shower peaks Tuesday
Report: Damage from August wind storm in Midwest at $7.5B
Heels looking to fix late-game woes in 2020-21
Panthers work from home after unconfirmed positive COVID test
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Experts warn that machines are taking over
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Former President Barack Obama harshly criticizes Trump at campaign rally for Biden
Seniors offer breakfast to Raleigh first responders
Senate Judiciary Committee moves forward with nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, despite Democrat boycott
— The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to advance Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination to the full Senate. Although Democratic senators refused to show up in protest of the GOP's rush to install President Donald Trump's nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Republicans have the votes to confirm Coney Barrett.
On WRAL at 6: Is NC ready to roll out a coronavirus vaccine?
— With millions of doses and special storage required, WRAL Investigates looks into the state's plans for distributing any potential coronavirus vaccine. Only on WRAL at 6.