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The Town of Washington is located in Beaufort County, North Carolina. The municipality is situated on the northern bank of the Pamlico River.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in September 2018, the Pamlico River overflowed and caused flooding in the town. In total, the community received approximately 3 to 4 feet of flood water.
Washington Gifted and Talented Magnet Elementary School was named top magnet elementary school in the country.
Destinee Patterson, WRAL reporter
The mother of a Beaufort County man who was shot and killed by police in 2018 was awarded $185,000 Wednesday in a wrongful death lawsuit.
State Sen. Doug Ericksen, a Republican who had led efforts to oppose Washington state's COVID-19 emergency orders and vaccine mandates, has died after his own battle with the illness. He was 52.
Mike Baker, New York Times
WRAL's Tar Heel Traveler Scott Mason showcases a museum housed within a caboose on the waterfront in Washington, NC. The museum tells the history of enslaved people seeking freedom and of the underground network of people who helped them.
It's a Washington, NC, landmark, known for fried chicken, collards, and all kinds of good country cookin' and down-home soul food.
Trump delivered his final speech to the nation as an acting president.
The National Park Service said it will also be implementing temporary closures at the National Mall and other monuments.
Footage that appeared to show some officers allowing rioters past barricades was misrepresented online. The journalist who shot the video said the officers backed off the barricade because they were "completely outnumbered."
Samantha Putterman, PolitiFact reporter
Here's a look at our fact-checks of the day's session, and the chaos that interrupted it.
At first glance, the Elmwood 1820 seems like a classic bed & breakfast in a historic mansion. However, the 200-year-old manor holds many secrets inside its walls -- including hidden tunnels and carvings from Civil War soldiers.
Heather Leah, WRAL multiplatform producer
Thousands of men and women are coming out to march for women's rights in Washington D.C..
The Washington Monument welcomed visitors back on Thursday. It closed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Nearly 300 patients who visited Chiro One Wellness last week, along with 14 workers, are being urged to quarantine immediately.
Gov. Roy Cooper tweeted his condolences Wednesday.
The Democratic-controlled House approved a bill Friday to make the District of Columbia the 51st state, saying Congress has both the moral obligation and constitutional authority to ensure that the city's 700,000 residents are allowed full voting rights, no longer subject to "taxation without representation.''
We have confirmed that members of the 82nd Airborne and 18th Airborne Corps out of Fort Bragg are in the Washington, D.C. area on standby to help deal with the unrest.
A vision for the future - self-driving delivery robots full of grocery items navigate a nearly empty sidewalk and crossing intersections in the streets of Washington, DC.
Most National Cherry Blossoms events are canceled, but tourists and locals alike are still heading to the Tidal Basin to take in the flowering spectacle.
The Department of Justice held a National Opioid Summit Friday in Washington, where First Lady Melania Trump was a featured speaker.
Kenzi Cayton, born deaf, has been using cochlear implants for years. Now her idea could change the devices in a big way.
Strong winds over the weekend brought a series of problems for people in Southwest Washington state.
Some people spent part of their New Year's Eve trapped on a Washington state highway after tumbleweeds blocked their route, authorities said.
The Capitol Christmas tree was lit Wednesday night. Now, the National Christmas Tree is all aglow.
A tree from the Land of Enchantment better known as New Mexico, is this years Christmas centerpiece in front of the Capitol.