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As COVID-19 spikes in some ZIP codes, causes aren't always clear
Wilson man wanted in fatal shooting of 5-year-old apprehended
2-year-old taken to hospital with serious injuries after Charlotte shooting
Stressed by COVID-19? The more you know the better off you will be, NCSU study finds
Antibodies being tested as COVID-19 treatment
Tropical Storm Josephine forms in the Atlantic, isn't expected to impact land
Heavy rain over next few days could lead to localized flooding
Hurricane Isaias leaves more than $10 million in damages at Oak Island
Big East joins Big Ten, Pac 12 in canceling fall sports competitions
College football in the spring: When? How much? Who plays?
Why robocalls are still a thing -- and why there's hope they'll end
New Publix opening in Raleigh on September 2
Beer unsold during Australia's coronavirus lockdown has been turned into renewable energy
Editorial: Trump needs to make election safe for voters, not Russian hackers
SETH EFFRON: From the start Dennis Rogers connected news, communities and people
Editorial: Complete your Census form, keep North Carolina's voice strong
5 On Your Side: Medical forms 18 year olds should sign
Agency tells 5 On Your Side thousands of unemployment claims are suspicious
Sales of 'smart toys' skyrockets
Amid crises, UNICEF USA launches program to help kids in US
The pandemic back-to-school supply list
WRAL@Home: Movies, craft beer and more fun
VCA Spotlight: Asheville offers weekend getaway options
Mayor: Raleigh events could be canceled through Jan. 1, city losing 'hundreds of millions'
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After 3 days of lower reports, new coronavirus cases in NC more in line with where they have been this month, at 1,763
— The state reported 1,763 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Thursday and 1,070 people being treated in the hospital for COVID-19.
9 NC counties and 1 VA county are under alert, including Mecklenburg, VA County.
At 6: Preparing parents for virtual learning
— Students are moving from classroom to living room, so WRAL Investigates is breaking down how online learning platforms work so parents are ready before school starts. Only on WRAL at 6.
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