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I-440 West ramp to Wade Avenue in west Raleigh closed for 2 years

Improvements to Interstate 440 closed a major connector in Raleigh on Monday for up to two years, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation.

Former President Jimmy Carter enters hospital for surgery

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was admitted to a hospital on Monday evening for a surgery to relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls, his spokeswoman said.

Aho scores 2 to lead Hurricanes past Senators 8-2

The Carolina Hurricanes had been struggling to find goals and wins. Facing the Ottawa Senators for the second time in three days solved both problems.

Driver charged after grandmother killed, teens hurt in Johnston crash

A Smithfield man suspected of driving while impaired has been charged in a weekend crash that left a woman dead and four others hurt, according to police and court documents.

North Raleigh road closed after fatal crash

Lead Mine Road in north Raleigh was closed Monday afternoon following a fatal crash, police said.

Keep an eye on class action lawsuits to get money you're owed

Class-action cases target products, companies or entities and usually claim customers were somehow harmed or misled. Payouts can range from cents on the dollar to thousands.

Through Facebook, flag is found and returned to veteran

A veteran's American flag was lost over the weekend but was found and returned through a Facebook post.

Duke students head to D.C. to show support for DACA

Tomorrow, when the United States Supreme Court deliberates a program that protected young people brought to this country illegally, several students from Duke University will be in Washington, D.C.,

NCAE calls on teachers to picket before or after school Wednesday for more education funding

The North Carolina Association of Educators is calling on teachers, parents and community members to picket before or after school on Wednesday to push for more education funding, including teacher

Iraq vet convinced ecstasy therapy helped cure his PTSD

The use of psychedelic drugs to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and other conditions keeps gaining traction.

Lawsuits against NC political donor show pattern of delay, lack of cooperation

Judge says Durham businessman Greg Lindberg "engaged in a pattern of intentional discovery misconduct."

100 years and counting for South Carolina two-war vet

Living to be 100 years old is just one more thing a two-war veteran living in South Carolina can add to his list of accomplishments.

Man charged after woman killed, 4 others hurt during crash in Johnston County

A Smithfield man suspected of driving while impaired has been charged in connection with a weekend crash in Johnston County Sunday night that left one person dead and four others hurt, according to

Oak City Kitty, Raleigh's celebrity cat, dies

Owners of the over-sized, half-tabby, half-Maine coon posted on Tucker's Instagram page that he passed away peacefully in their arms Monday morning.

Maze: Fat flakes, ice pellets possible mixed with Tuesday's rain

The weather in the Triangle takes a turn on Tuesday. The day will start out pleasant, with a temperature of about 52 degrees at sunrise, then grow colder and wetter over time.

Series of shootings in Raleigh has neighbors worried about escalating violence

Three people are dead, two people are injured and, while there are two people in custody, Raleigh police continue to look for other suspects in separate deadly weekend shootings.

Man charged after woman killed, 5 others hurt during crash in Johnston County

A Smithfield man suspected of driving while impaired has been charged in connection with a weekend crash in Johnston County Sunday night that left one person dead and five others hurt, according to

Chemical lubricant sickens 2, forces evacuation at Johnston County assisted living facility

At least two people were taken for medical care after an odor was reported at a Johnston County assisted living facility, authorities said.

Cooper allows Innovative School District changes to become law, but calls program 'ineffective'

Gov. Roy Cooper allowed changes to the state's Innovative School District to become law at midnight Monday without his signature but told state education leaders that he is opposed to the
Southern Season to close in Chapel Hill next year

Southern Season to close in Chapel Hill next year

Three years after filing for bankruptcy, gourmet food retailer Southern Season will close its doors in Chapel Hill, its parent company announced Monday.
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