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Harris Teeter in Fuquay-Varina reopens to public after bomb threat cleared by police
Multiple families without a home after Fayetteville fire
Police wrangle 9-foot alligator in Sunset Beach neighborhood
Brain fog in COVID-19 patients can persist for months, even in those who were not hospitalized, study finds
Some Wake County residents run into issues receiving COVID-19 vaccine booster over the weekend
EXPLAINER: Is it time to get a COVID-19 booster? Which one?
Level 2 storm risk: Heavy rain, strong winds possible across Triangle tonight
Homeowners wait for long-promised state hurricane relief
Peak color will welcome you if you head to the mountains this weekend
Jones passing and catching, Giants D spark win over Panthers
Lea: Rhule needs to take control of the Panthers bad offense
AP Top 25: 'Bama jumps OU to No. 3; Penn State falls to 20th
Michael Jordan's sneakers sell for record-breaking $1.47 million
Topgolf to open Triangle area location next year
Cyber security in a Zero Trust world: the importance of educating users
BINYAMIN APPELBAUM: The rotten core of the Republican Party
BLAND SIMPSON: Excerpt from 'North Carolina - Land of Water, Land of Sky'
Editorial: New law just incremental. More needed for 'transformative' energy policy
How to get more miles from your gas tank
As gas prices rise, 5 On Your Side shares tips for saving at the pump
What's the true cost of a phone upgrade? Let's look at the math.
Moderna says its low-dose COVID shot works for kids 6 to 11
CNN Investigation: Tens of millions of filthy, used medical gloves imported into the US
Mystery of exotic infectious disease traced to aromatherapy room spray
Your guide to Halloween in the Triangle
Christensen's fried chicken restaurant announces opening date
Cleanup commences as North Carolina State Fair ends
USPS to add more facilities, seasonal workers for the holidays
WRAL WeatherCenter Forecast
Biden delivers remarks on his Build Back Better agenda and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal.
Two teens found dead in vehicle outside elementary school in Hoke County
— Officials are investigating after two high school students were found dead in a vehicle behind Don Steed Elementary School. Britany Carolina Munoz Ramirez and Ailton Sebastian Tirado-Martinez were 11th graders at Hoke County High School.
Are crime rates increasing with the rapid population growth in the Triangle?
— Are crime rates increasing with the rapid growth in the Triangle? WRAL Data trackers broke down the numbers, so you don’t have to.
Roy Williams Podcast