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Good news for commuters who come from Johnston County to get to the Triangle each morning. All of the new lanes on I-40 in Garner are now open in both directions.
WRAL TechWire's latest count of local positions on national job boards reveals a boost for most Triangle cities, in line with record growth in high-tech jobs.
The Triangle's hot housing market is pumping up prices - with buyers paying $100,000, $500,000 or even $1 million over listing price. So what does it take to get the home of your dreams?
Matt Talhelm, WRAL reporter
As more and more people move to the Triangle, the real estate market is as competitive as its ever been.
Wellness is more than simply enjoying an illness-free life. It is a dynamic process of becoming aware of and making choices towards change and growth, characterized by fulfillment, health, happiness, prosperity, and welfare.
By Erica Jevons Sizemore, writer for New Homes & Ideas
As remote working becomes the norm in the wake of the pandemic, and people become disgruntled with the cost of living and high taxes in places like California, a growing list of techies are fleeing big metros. Topping their relocation lists: North Carolina.
So why did these tech executives and thought leaders decide to move to the Triangle? Several share their stories with WRAL TechWire correspondent Chantal Allam.
The pandemic has triggered a tech migration, and local VCs and execs say the Triangle is among the top beneficiaries. Find out more here.
It was a Halloween like no other on Saturday in communities and cities across the Triangle, North Carolina and the United States.
Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Aaron Thomas had an update on how Halloween was celebrated around the Triangle. Many people still went trick-or-treating and some businesses like bars saw large crowds gathered for events.
There was minimal power outages as of Thursday evening from the remnants of Zeta, which blew across North Carolina rather quickly. Still, for one Raleigh resident who lost power, it was a reminder of the neighborhood devasted by a tornado back in 1988.
Cities across the Triangle are seeing an uptick in catalytic converter thefts.
Kirsten Gutiérrez, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Kirsten Gutierrez has more on how there's an uptick in the theft of catalytic converters in Raleigh and Durham.
Hundreds of homes are available for viewing in the Triangle starting this weekend at the Parade of Homes.
WRAL's Leslie Moreno has more on a Triangle nonprofit that has stepped up during the coronavirus pandemic to provide extra help for girls in need of assistance.
Juneteenth celebrates the liberation of slaves in America, and the celebration holds special meaning for many Black members of the Triangle community.
As a memorial for George Floyd was held in Hoke County, groups of people marched in cities and towns across the Triangle and central North Carolina on Saturday.
For weeks, the world's workplace has been all but shut down. Scott Mason explains how a local automotive group found a creative way to keep the engine running for some of its employees.
Life has changed a lot in just a few weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak. WRAL's Brian Shrader is bringing us a unique perspective on just how different life looks today.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, some in the Triangle are still moving forward with plans to move as moving companies are deemed essential businesses.
Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter
As the coronavirus outbreak spreads in North Carolina, some in the Triangle are moving forward with their planned moves as moving business are deemed essential.
Tuesday was The Great American Takeout Day. Customers in the Triangle and all over the country did their part and showed some love by driving up to restaurants for takeout and delivery.
Aaron Thomas, WRAL reporter
WRAL's Aaron Thomas spoke with restaurant owners about the positive impact The Great American Takeout Day did to help their businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.