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Wake County News

No lane closures, abandoned vehicles during DNC

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Transportation officials say roads will stay open and clear of abandoned cars during the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Full story...
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Most NC students returning for new school year

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Most of North Carolina's 1.5 million public school students are opening a new academic year. Full story...
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NC chapter of NAACP slated to register voters

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The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is set to announce a statewide mobilization for voter registration planned for this weekend. Full story...
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Peace University admits 1st class with men

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Two big changes are now in place at the formerly all-female Peace College. The Raleigh school's name has been William Peace University since last year, and as of this weekend, men are now full-time students. Full story...
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NC woman gets White House honor for PTA work

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A North Carolina woman is being honored at the White House for her dedication to the Parent Teacher Association. Full story...
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Authorities investigate Raleigh home explosion

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Authorities are probing the root of an explosion that caused a fire at a home in north Raleigh. Full story...
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Town of Cary nixes red-light camera system

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Cary officials have axed one of the state's last red-light traffic camera systems. Full story...
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Cooper hails NC DNA law during national meeting

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North Carolina's top prosecutor says the state's DNA law is getting results and saving lives. Full story...
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Organizers to discuss upcoming NAACP meeting

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Organizers of a tour that focuses on people who are homeless, out of work or who are without health care, are holding a news conference to discuss details of a meeting scheduled for eastern North Carolina. Full story...
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NCDOT developing state pedestrian & bicycle plan

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State transportation officials have an eye on North Carolina's feet. Full story...
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