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The History and Future of the Williams House

Cary, NC – If you have been through Downtown Cary, you likely saw how the historic Williams House has moved down E Chatham Street. Learn about the house’s history, its connection to radio in the Triangle and what will become of the house in its new location.

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Bandwidth CEO makes $1.1 million after cashing in stock options

CARY — The chief executive officer of Bandwidth Inc. made $1.1 million last week by exercising his stock options and selling 31,853 shares on the open market at around $41 on Friday.

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Seventh Woods wakes up Smith Center crowd in No. 13 UNC's 75-69 win over Notre Dame

After three chilly halves of basketball dating back to the North Carolina men's basketball team's loss to Louisville on Saturday, Seventh Woods delivered one of the moments that, he said, defines seasons of UNC basketball.

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Weekend Events: MLK Dreamfest, Symphony Spotlight and More

Cary, NC – All this weekend is Cary’s annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. with panel discussions on his legacy, documentaries about civil rights history. Also this weekend there is live stand-up comedy at Parkside Town Commons and classical music at the Page-Walker Center.

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Woman missing in east Raleigh found

UPDATE: Dayna Ann Marie Alston has been found. A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 23-year-old woman. Raleigh police are searching for Dayna Ann Marie Alston, who’s about 5 feet tall.

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Raleigh cop, now fighting for his life, was shot multiple times at close range, report says

The suspects involved in last week's shooting of a North Carolina police officer -- who is now fighting for his life -- appeared to be breaking into a vehicle before the confrontation, according to a report that Raleigh officials released Wednesday.

FOX NEWS

Facebook may be gathering data thanks to popular '10-year challenge'

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - Facebook users are being swept up in the latest on-line trend called the "10-year challenge." People will post side-by-side then-and-now photos, but some say there's a dark side to it.

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NC trooper shot in face, neck now at home

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN/WBTW) - The North Carolina State Highway patrolman shot in the line of duty on Monday in Wilson County is now at home, officials confirmed to News13's sister station CBS 17.

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Winning numbers drawn in 'Cash 5' game

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) _ The winning numbers in Wednesday evening's drawing of the North Carolina Lottery's "Cash 5" game were:. (fourteen, thirty-two, thirty-nine, forty-one, forty-two)

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NC deputies charge Spartanburg teen for online chats with underage girl

GOLDSBORO, NC (FOX Carolina) – Deputies in North Carolina have charged a Spartanburg teen after he reportedly was involved in an online conversation that was sexual in nature with an underage girl in Wayne County.

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3rd Raleigh man charged after teen girl held in 'sexual servitude,' prostituted

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A third Raleigh man is facing child prostitution and trafficking charges after police say a 14-year-old was held in "sexual servitude" and prostituted out.

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Super blood wolf moon 2019: Weather pending, this weekend's lunar eclipse will be special

RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Get set for anepic astronomical event Sunday night and early Monday morning. Everyone in the US, including us here in central North Carolina, will be treated to a total lunar eclipse!

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Welcome couponers from the grocery savings class in Garner!

Here's a big welcome to everyone who attended the coupon class Thursday evening at Community Of Hope in Garner!. Below you will find a number of resources that will help you get started in your couponing adventure and take you to the next level of saving!

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Canes to Host Eighth Annual Alumni Game Presented by Lenovo

RALEIGH, NC - The Carolina Hurricanes will host the eighth annual Alumni Game presented by Lenovo on Sunday, March 3 at 1:30 p.m. at PNC Arena. This event provides fans a chance to skate alongside Hurricanes alumni and experience an NHL-like gameday at PNC Arena. All proceeds from the event will ben

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Raleigh artist's sales on hold due to government shutdown

Wednesday marked Day 26 of the partial government shutdown, which has left thousands of federal workers without pay. The impacts of the shutdown are countless and far-reaching. Raleigh artist Rachel Stewart is one of those who has been touched by the record-breaking standoff.

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Going out on the Hunt again in Raleigh

Don’t look now, but they’re out on the Hunt again in the state capital. Rachel Hunt, the 53-year-old daughter of the only four-time governor of North Carolina, joined the General Assembly last Wednesday (1/9) following a fall-election upset by 68 votes of a prominent, conservative, incumbent Republi

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Dunkin’ presents $100 gift card to costume winner

Virali Patel, second from left, general manager of Dunkin’ Doughnuts/Baskin Robbins in Clinton, along with her staff, congratulate Amy Garner on winning the $100 Dunkin’ gift card after being chosen as the overall winner in The Sampson Independent’s Virtual Costume Contest. Dunkin’ was the signature

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Federal funding likely to fall short for new RDU runway

MORRISVILLE, N.C. — The president of Raleigh-Durham International Airport says federal funding for a runway replacement will likely fall far short of what was initially expected.

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North Carolina Deputies Fired After Reporting Homophobic Colleague

The Wake County officers say their firing was retaliatory. Two sheriff’s deputies in Wake County, N.C., say they were fired in retaliation for reporting homophobic, transphobic comments by a colleague – and that colleague has now been promoted.

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Raleigh Spent Five Years and Thousands of Dollars Working on a Sidewalk. Then a Few Complaints Killed It.

In all of Raleigh, there are few half-miles in more obvious need of a sidewalk than the beaten dirt path that traces the curb along Fallon Park, a tiny strip of green nestled steps away from Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School and a greenway. Alongside the park runs Oxford Road, which on any given m

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