Extremely premature baby celebrates first birthday thanks to modern medicine

Extremely premature baby celebrates first birthday thanks to modern medicine

Thirty years ago, children born this early in a pregnancy would have likely faced a number of these problems, if they survived at all.
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Former lawmaker appointed to Wake school board

Former state Rep. Chris Heagarty was named Tuesday to fill the seat on the Wake County Board of Education left vacant after board member Kathy Hartenstine’s death in September.
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Wake, Durham schools announce winter storm makeup days

Officials with the Wake County Public School System announced new makeup information after a winter storm shut down schools for two days this week.

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Harnett deputy suspended after teen assaulted while recording arrest

A Harnett County deputy was placed on administrative leave on Tuesday, a day after a video was posted to Facebook showing two deputies roughing up two girls who were recording an arrest on their cellphones.
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Cocaine worth $5M found in produce truck during Johnston County traffic stop

Two people were arrested over the weekend in what Johnston County deputies have called one of the largest drug busts in the department’s history.
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Grandmother killed, 2 kids hurt during attack by 4 Rottweilers owned by woman's brother

A Robeson County woman was killed and two of her young grandchildren were hurt when the three were attacked Monday by four Rottweilers owned by the woman’s brother, the sheriff’s office said Tuesday.
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Cooper: 3 deaths now linked to winter weather storm

Cooper: 3 deaths now linked to winter weather storm

Scattered accidents slowed traffic in Raleigh and Durham on Tuesday morning, as conditions were prime for black ice to form.
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UNC Health Care to raise minimum wage to $15 for 9,000 employees

UNC Health Care announced Tuesday its plans to boost employees’ minimum hourly wage to $15 next year.
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4 Rottweilers linked to attack that left Robeson woman dead, 2 children hurt

A Robeson County woman was killed and two of her young grandchildren were hurt when the three were attacked Monday by four Rottweilers owned by the woman’s brother, the sheriff’s office said Tuesday.
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Three horses killed when roof collapses in Gaston County

Multiple roofs or structures collapsed Sunday and Monday during the heavy snowstorm, and three horses died in Gaston County died as a result.
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Jury hears more questions for Angier pastor days after 2013 shooting

A Harnett County jury Tuesday morning watched an investigator in a videotaped interview repeatedly press an Angier pastor for specifics days after he killed his son-in-law in 2013, as testimony in the wrongful death lawsuit over the shooting stretched into its fifth day.
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Raleigh woman charged in suspected white supremacist attack on DJ near Seattle

The FBI is helping investigate an attack by several suspected white supremacists on a black disc jockey at a tavern in Washington state over the weekend, authorities said Monday.
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Events this week: Ugly Sweater Party, Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Events this week: Ugly Sweater Party, Trans-Siberian Orchestra

If you’re itching to get out of the house, this is your guide.
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Police: Wilmington woman walks into neighbor's home with BB gun

A Wilmington woman faces a misdemeanor charge after police say she walked into a neighbor’s home with a BB gun, complaining about bright lights.

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Crashes, accidents continue in Triangle as snow melts

Scattered accidents slowed traffic in Raleigh and Durham on Tuesday morning, as conditions were prime for black ice to form.
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New juice bar, healthy eating restaurant opens in Cameron Village

Kale Me Crazy’s menu includes a mix of freshly made juices, smoothies, salads, sandwiches and avocado toast.
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Woman dead, 2 children injured in Robeson Co. dog attack

A woman died and two children were hospitalized after being attacked by dogs.
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NC State alum gives new life to old clothes

N.C. State student alum Emily Neville is giving new life to old T-shirts and garments.
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Freezing temperatures in the morning bring possible icy roads

Freezing temperatures in the morning bring possible icy roads

Despite no precipitation expected Tuesday in the Triangle, freezing temperatures could lead to black ice on roadways in the morning.
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Many roads clear, but conditions prime for black ice

The Raleigh Police Department didn’t have accident reports as of 5 a.m. Tuesday, but wet roads and freezing temperatures are ideal for black ice formation.
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Accidents slow traffic in Raleigh, Durham

Scattered accidents slowed traffic in Raleigh and Durham on Tuesday morning, as conditions were prime for black ice to form.
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3 NC deaths blamed on fast-moving winter storm

A third death has been blamed on the winter storm that covered much of North Carolina in snow and ice Sunday and Monday.

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Accidents continue in Durham, Chapel Hill in icy conditions

Scattered accidents slowed traffic in Raleigh and Durham on Tuesday morning, as conditions were prime for black ice to form.
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Sun returns today along with steadily rising temperatures

No precipitation is expected Tuesday in the Triangle, but freezing temperatures could lead to black ice on roadways in the morning.
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South View High teacher facing student sex charges arrested

South View High teacher facing student sex charges arrested

A suspended South View High School teacher who faces charges that he had sex with a student was arrested Monday, authorities said.
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No more snow, but roads will be icy the next couple of mornings

Snow finally cleared out of central North Carolina on Monday afternoon, but that doesn’t mean the region is finished with this bout of winter weather.
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Second round of snow leaves hundreds in western Triangle cold

Hundreds of homes and businesses across the northern and western parts of the Triangle remained without power Monday evening after a winter storm blasted the region with snow for a second day.
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As temps fall into the 20s, black ice a concern on Triangle roads for morning commute

Snow finally cleared out of central North Carolina on Monday afternoon, but that doesn’t mean the region is finished with this bout of winter weather.
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Tractor-trailer ends up in ditch after Johnston County crash

U.S. Highway 701 was closed Monday night in Johnston County after a tractor-trailer hit a car and ended up in a ditch, authorities said.

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Not just snow on the roads: Driver runs over tree down across Wake County road

Slush and ice covered some Wake County roadways on Monday, and the darkness of David Nizen’s early morning commute quickly turned dangerous.

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Safety first attitude closes schools for a second day

Safety first attitude closes schools for a second day

With roads clear but wet and freezing temperatures in the forecast, students will get at least one more snow day.
It’s all in the service of “safety first,” says Chip Sudderth, chief communications officer for Durham Public Schools.
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Some work, some play: The people behind the snowfall statistics

There are details in the numbers. Three inches of snow here, 11 inches over there. The difference between 33 and 31 when talking about degrees Fahrenheit is the difference between liquid and solid. But behind the numbers are people. Every statistic is tied to a person. Let’s meet some of the people See Original Article

Snow blankets Bull City

WRAL reporter Sarah Krueger and photojournlist Pete James captured these images in their tour oa snowy Durham on Dec. 10, 2018.
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National Guard solider comes to aid of infant in snow ravaged Lenoir

National Guard solider comes to aid of infant in snow ravaged Lenoir

A National Guard solider said he provided emergency aid to an infant Monday who was sick at a home that was without power for three days.
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National Guard soldier comes to aid of infant in snow ravaged Lenoir

A National Guard soldier said he provided emergency aid to an infant Monday who was sick at a home that was without power for three days.
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Authorities: DNA linked defendant to disappearance, death of Hania Aguilar

Authorities: DNA linked defendant to disappearance, death of Hania Aguilar

In a press conference Monday, Robeson County District Attorney Luther Johnson Britt said DNA evidence ultimately linked the man charged with murder Friday to the disappearance and death of Hania Aguilar.
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Update: Marbles, natural sciences museum to remain closed Monday

Got cabin fever? The roads are slick this morning, but a couple of popular downtown Raleigh destinations are opening back up for families who are ready to get out of the house.

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As snow tapers off, focus shifts to clearing slick roads

Residents in Wake County and north and west of the Triangle saw a second round of white, fat snowflakes Monday. Although the heaviest snow and its accompanying accumulation has stopped, the thick layer of white powder covering the roads is dangerous when combined with dropping temperatures.
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Highway opens, trucker still missing in frigid Neuse River near Kinston

The U.S. Highway 70 bridge over the Neuse River near Kinston re-opened Monday to traffic while the search continued in the water for a trucker believed to have plunged into the frigid water Sunday.
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As snow ends, focus shifts to clearing slick roads

Residents in Wake County and north and west of the Triangle saw a second round of white, fat snowflakes Monday. Although the heaviest snow and its accompanying accumulation has stopped, the thick layer of white powder covering the roads is dangerous when combined with dropping temperatures.
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List: Official snow totals

List: Official snow totals

Here’s a look at who saw the most accumulation and who saw the least.
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Gardner: Snow could stop by 1 or 2, dropping up to 3 inches

Residents in Wake County and north and west of the Triangle are seeing a second round of white, fat snowflakes Monday.
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Search resumes for trucker believed missing in frigid Neuse River

Divers searched the Neuse River in Kinston for a truck driver whose 18-wheeler was found in the river early Sunday.
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Traffic stop leads to murder charge in Cumberland County pregnant woman's death

Fayetteville police linked a truck to the description of one captured on surveillance video before and after the shooting death of a pregnant woman on Spur Drive last week.
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'Heaviest' precipitation is over, but Triangle roads remain a threat

Residents in Wake County and north and west of the Triangle are seeing a second round of white, fat snowflakes Monday.
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Just stay home: Snow-related crashes reported across the Triangle

As snow picked up in northern parts of the Triangle, some vehicles stalled on the side of the road.
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Morning snow could drop up to 3 inches across the Triangle

Morning snow could drop up to 3 inches across the Triangle

Even though rain, above freezing temperatures and heat from cars washed away much of Sunday’s snow, roads remain a concern around the Triangle on Monday.
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Roads see accumulating snow across Triangle

As snow picked up in northern parts of the Triangle, some vehicles stalled on the side of the road.
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Man charged with Hania Aguilar's murder due in court

The Fairmont man charged with kidnapping, raping and murdering a Lumberton teen was due to have his first court appearance Monday on those charges.
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If you must go out: Clear your car, pack an emergency kit

Cold weather is coming and now is the time for drivers to ensure that their vehicles are ready for winter.
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Road conditions deteriorating in the Triangle

As snow picked up in northern parts of the Triangle, some vehicles stalled on the side of the road.
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Marbles, natural sciences museum to reopen at noon, Monday, after winter storm

Got cabin fever? The roads are slick this morning, but a couple of popular downtown Raleigh destinations are opening back up for families who are ready to get out of the house.

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