Strong storms move through central NC, but worst may be over

Strong storms move through central NC, but worst may be over

The National Weather Service has raised the risk that parts of North Carolina could see severe weather Monday evening.

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Durham, Orange join list of schools closing for May 1 rally as NC superintendent asks teachers to stay in class

Durham Public Schools on Monday and Orange County Schools on Monday became the third and fourth district in the state to announce it is closing to students for the planned teacher rally in downtown Raleigh on May 1. Chapel Hill-Carrboro and Lexington city schools previously announced they will also See Original Article

Maze: Threat of severe weather is over…for tonight

The threat of severe weather ended Monday night after heavy rain and strong winds moved through central North Carolina during the evening hours.

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Rain, lower threat for severe storms linger after intense Monday

The Triangle got about 2 inches of rain Monday night as a severe storm system moved through central North Carolina. That system was moving eastward Tuesday morning, leaving lingering showers in the Triangle.
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Leesville Road closed, nearby power out because of crash

Leesville Road near O’Neal Road and Country Trail was closed and nearby homes were without power Tuesday morning because of a crash.
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With price hike, recycling not worth it for some downtown Raleigh residents

Recycling is a way of life for most residents of the 400 West community in downtown Raleigh. But rising costs may change that.
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