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More than 50 people displaced by fourth apartment fire in one month at Raleigh apartment complex
North Carolina family finds unknown woman in the casket they bought, wearing mother's clothes
Apex teacher who regretted not getting vaccinated dies
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New infections in NC dropping rapidly; state doing better than neighbors
Few coronavirus cases linked to concerts, festivals, NC officials say
Cooler temperatures, plenty of sunshine provide great opportunity to spend weekend outside
Teresa strengthens into subtropical storm, causing rip current threats for NC
We're feeling fall. Here's what to expect as the leaves change in NC
Giglio: A 'down' Clemson offense offers NC State chance at signature win
Coach: McCaffrey out 'a few weeks' with hamstring injury
Lea: Darnold shows growth leading Panthers to win after CMC injury
CVS wants to fill hundreds of positions in North Carolina
How Car Rentals Explain the 2021 Economy
The US economy is powering through Delta
DAVID BROOKS: What moderate and progressive Democrats need to do? Get together!
Editorial: Voter photo ID is simple. Twisting it to discriminate is distracting and illegal
Editorial: Citizens are speaking up to legislators. Adopt non-partisan redistricting now
Deadline for phone companies to block robocalls is finally here
Mom questions suggestive details of L.O.L. Surprise! dolls
What free programs you can use to protect yourself from malware
NY hospitals, schools fear staff shortage from vaccine rules
Major chains, local pharmacies, hospitals offering coronavirus vaccine booster shots
Vaccine 'patch' offers more protection than a jab, former UNC professor Joe DeSimone reports
Foodie news: Fried chicken, breweries and Raleigh restaurant icons
Weekend best bets: LEGOs, comedy and live music
Sloane Heffernan: The lost year
WRAL WeatherCenter Forecast
Football Friday, Sept. 24, 2021
Evening Pick 3 Pick 4 and Cash 5
Go inside! Seek shelter inside a sturdy building.
If you can hear thunder, lightning strikes are close enough to post a danger.
Avoid windows. Straight-line winds can exceed 100 mph.
Lightning remains a threat for up to 30 minutes after rain stops.
Duke beats NC A&T, 45-17
Images: Firsthand look at terrifying damage caused by Hurricane Ida
Photos: Chaos in Afghanistan after Taliban takeover
WRAL reporters share their school photos
Durham man encourages vaccinations, mask-wearing with signs along road
Fred leaves parts of western NC underwater
Storm damage in the Triangle from strong, severe thunderstorms
Best of the Tokyo Games: Aug. 5, 2021
Panthers open 2021 training camp
Suni Day: US gymnast captures all-around gold
Your photos: Sunflower season
Photos: Simone Biles competes in Tokyo Olympics
Your pics: Smoky haze and colorful skies above NC
Your photos: Storm damage across NC from Tropical Storm Elsa
Tropical Storm Elsa's flooding impact across Triangle
Triangle celebrates Fourth of July after a year of canceled events
PHOTOS: City of Raleigh holds first Juneteenth event in Dix Park
PHOTOS: Supermoon eclipse
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