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Bars, movie theaters to reopen as NC moves into next phase of recovery
Federal judge strikes down change to NC absentee ballot witness requirement
Trump's debate comments energize white supremacist group
High demand for flu shots? Experts hope to avoid 'twindemic'
Two Durham schools close due to staff coronavirus cases, quarantine
Tropics heat back up, two disturbances spotted near Yucatan
Fall is here: Here's how temperatures have changed throughout the years
Here comes the chill: Long stretch of brisk fall days and sunshine ahead
Titans back to waiting after NFL postpones game vs. Steelers
Rhule: Panthers' biggest issue is taking poor tackle angles
US layoffs remain elevated as incomes and spending weaken
Subway bread isn't bread, Irish court says
Amazon said it will hire 1,100 for sort center in Charlotte
Editorial: Cancel remaining presidential debates, spare us Trump's rudeness and disrespect
THOMAS FRIEDMAN: Trump sent a warning. Let's take it seriously.
Editorial: Concocted scandal disrupts Elections Board's important work
First seeds, now sunglasses. 5 On Your Side explains the latest mail delivery scam
Target Deal Days coming back in October
United Airlines pilots approve deal that delays furloughs
Anxiety, stress, depression: Here's where to find help
Poll: Majority of adults don't want Roe v. Wade overturned
Weekend best bets: Bluegrass, Restaurant Week
N.C. Zoo to star in Nat Geo WILD series 'Secrets of the Zoo' this fall
Virtual Fun Roundup: Dart frogs, a felt board storytime and how to draw with a magnifying glass
Who's behind the wheel in the HAMBURGLAR car?
October brings peak of fall color. Here's when and where to get the best pics
Health experts plan to get millions of doses of vaccine to the public
5 NC counties are under alert, including Johnston County.
Is North Carolina ready to fight the flu during the pandemic? At 6, WRAL Investigates explains what worldwide flu numbers mean for us, and why experts fear a worst-case scenario.
— On TV at 6 tonight, WRAL Investigates explains what it means for North Carolina that countries across the world are seeing a low numbers of flu cases.
Published: 2019-05-30 12:34:33
Updated: 2019-05-30 12:34:33