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From WRAL.com: A worker was killed when he was trapped between a vehicle and an airplane.
Also, the NC political talk show talks about landfill legislation, political and lobby reform and more.
From C/Net: A new study says that some laser printer emissions may be as bad as smoke from cigarettes.
A wreck that killed one driver left I-40 closed and other roads snarled with traffic until the evening.
The public is invited to meet them in an open interview forum on Thursday in Raleigh from 6:30pm to 8pm.
Great weather welcomed thousands of Raleigh citizens who flocked downtown to enjoy food, music, and more.
An estimated 50,000 fans stayed until the end of RWO2 to enjoy an Eddie Money concert and fireworks.
The Wake County Sheriff's Department said they found $3.2 million in cocaine in the tire of a Texas tour bus.
A NC DMV worker says made more allegations of misconduct against former DMV head George Tatum.
A new print newspaper will focus on news, features, arts, entertainment, and events in the Bull City.
The NCSpin political talk show also talks about immigration in NC and the death penalty.
Fans say that an airplane argument story on Clay Aiken left out an important detail they believe was deleted.
Thousands of Harry Potter book fans were drawn to Triangle area book stores on Friday night at midnight.
The Attorney General says a contractor took $140,000 from a Wake Co. man in a wheelchair and his blind wife.
Police say metal thieves have stolen 31 catalytic converters from parked cars and trucks in Raleigh.
A retired heating and cooling repairman bought his winning ticket on Poole Road in Raleigh.
After a hotel shootout, Durham Police arrested a man who police say may be involved in killing two people.
Assistant Chief Lopez of the Hartford, CN Police Department has been chosen to replace Chalmers.
The concert will feature local bands from Raleigh in an effort to raise awareness for the Nielsen murder.
From WRAL.com: Police say that the inmates were fighting over laundry and it escalated from there.
From Yahoo.com: NC Senator Elizabeth Dole wants full disclosure to Marines about Camp Lejeune water.
The new opening is not without controversy with a proposed toll road and a lane taken away on 540.
At a downtown Raleigh bar that holds monthly contests, a previous winner was also able to eat 30 doughnuts.
A popular blog with news about local businesses, restaurants, and other items said it is shutting down.
When Junior Johnson sells liquor at NC ABC stores, then it certainly seems like moonshine has come full circle.
A proposed brewpub in downtown Raleigh on Hargett St. has pushed back its opening date one more time.
Plus, NC political talk show NCSpin on Speaker Black's sentence, the budget progress, and the Black Caucus.
Wake County health officials say that a racoon with rabies came into contact with two dogs.
The Fujisan Steak House in Raleigh offers both great meals and an enjoyable experience at the same time.
The son of a NC sharecropper who grew up in the 1940's hopes to get some help from local readers.
A Raleigh police officer who was hit by a police car during a robbery bust was treated and released.
Durham Police say that a Durham man stole over $1 million from his business partners and the company.
From CBS Morning Show: Ricky Skaggs and Bruce Hornsby performed live in Raleigh on Fayetteville St.
From ABC11TV: Victims say they gave hundreds of thousands of dollars, but haven't received anything back.
From Editor & Publisher: Owners of two papers near Mt. Airy are suing former publishers who started a new paper.
As new residents register their kids for schools, they may be surprised at how much crime is on campus.
The former train station turned shopping center has many new openings of shops, restaurants, and more.
The Nielsen family held a candlelight vigil to ask lawmakers to pass "Ethen's Law" in North Carolina.
From WRAL.com: Police blew up a mysterious packages of watches that were beeping at the Chapel Hill office.
From MSNBC: EPA is investigating whether radioactive dumping may be related to water contamination.
From Fox8 WGHP: Attorney David King who is now head of LabCorp talks about the multibillion dollar NC firm.
Police say that one was cut by a boxcutter and the other was injured when hit by a responding police car.
From WRAL.com: A prisoner working on the side of the interstate was struck and killed by a passing car.
The dispute arose when the paper asked why a Raleigh law firm billed the 3,000 person town $1 million in fees.
From Yahoo.com: Marlette drew the Kudzu cartoon as well as his Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoons.
The new composite Boeing 787 Dreamliner Jet that was unveiled over the weekend was included parts from NC.
From WRAL.com: A Wake County jury gave the death penalty in case for the first time in six years.
The family of murdered pregnant mother Jenna Nielsen will hold a ceremony outside of the NC legislature.
We interview the father and husband of Jenna Nielsen on the case, changing the law, and how they're coping.
The new rules now in effect require sprinkler watering of lawns to be done on an alternating day basis.
The show broadcasts live from Fayetteville St. and will have a free concert from Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby.
A man walked in a Wachovia Bank with a gun and stole money from multiple tellers, Raleigh Police say.
See some of Raleigh's most beautiful flower beds in Fred Fletcher Park on Glenwood Avenue.
The Visual Art Exchange Gallery in Raleigh will be hosting a special art exhibit that centers around food.
From WRAL.com: Police say that one of the fatal wrecks involved a Raleigh driver on Lake Wheeler Road.
From IslandPacket.com: Researchers are saying that sea birds are being found dead and they don't know why.
From Yahoo.com: A Mennonite family was killed when methane gas overcame them in a farm accident.
From Yahoo.com: A PA man who was arrested in a park for singing was acquitted by a judge this week.
From Yahoo.com: NYPD arrested a man citing the 1st amendment of the Constitution just before July 4th.
Plus, the NC political talk show talks about the NAACP wanting more action and trusting local governments.
Some who attended this year's fireworks at the Raleigh NC State Fairgrounds were kind of left hanging.
According to Raleigh Police, a dispute between former roommates led to a homicide using a car as a weapon.
A suspect has been arrested in Pennsylvania for the stabbing of a man in Raleigh on Sunday, police say.
"Southern Culture on the Skids" and Ricky Bobby drew thousands of people to the Museum of Art Saturday.
Shoppers at the Streets of Southpoint Apple Store in Durham checked out the revolutionary new phone.
Now you can get around by old-fashioned muscle power in downtown Raleigh, as long as you're not in a hurry.
NC Lottery officials have sold 500,000 tickets for the chance to win four $1 million prizes on July 4th.
On July 3rd and 4th, displays will be in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Garner, Zebulon and other towns.
From The NPPA: A Durham freelance news photographer says he has been accosted by the police.
Political talk show NCSpin also looks at the Chatham County moratorium on development and more.
At a press meeting today, family of murdered pregnant mother Jenna Nielsen announced a $10,000 reward.
A Wilmington man went on a crime spree in Raleigh, kidnapping, raping, and robbing women, police say.
The musical comedy takes a look at Clay Aiken fans and has already been playing to sold out shows in Syracuse.
The 3,000 gallon sulfuric acid spill worried officials when they thought it might rain, so evacuations were ordered.
The new multi-field training complex includes a baseball stadium for the USA Baseball Olympic team.
The Durham Police ICE team says they have intercepted yet another drug courier on Interstate 85.
Raleigh Police have confirmed that Jenna Nielsen died of stabbing wounds and also that a knife was found.
The USAToday newspaper ran a full page advertisement asking for clues in the murder of Jennifer Nielsen.
The special vote on the bond will be on Oct. 9th and could provide funds to buy the Dix property.
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