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Lucky for Life ticket sold in North Carolina wins $1,000 A Day for Life

Monday’s Lucky for Life drawing produced a $1,000 A Day for Life top prize for one lucky winner who bought their ticket at a grocery store in Wake County.

Trump seeks political shot in the arm in vaccine push

President Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic put his political fate in grave jeopardy.

Trump to visit North Carolina, cite work on COVID-19 vaccine

The White House says President Donald Trump will visit North Carolina on Monday to tour a business that is participating in work on a COVID-19 vaccine.

Morrisville police officers, firefighters save deer stuck in mud hole

Morrisville police said they are accustomed to saving ducklings from drains, but a deer in a mud hole was one for the books.

Man posed as NC movie theater employee, took tickets to return them for money

A Morrisville man faces a series of felony charges after police said he posed as a movie theater employee to collect tickets and then return them for money, warrants say.

Federal funding likely to fall short for new RDU runway

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

Sam’s Club stores closing abruptly across the U.S., including in North Carolina

Sam's Club is set to close a series of clubs across the United States, according to a statement released by the company on Twitter.

Korean War soldier’s remains sent home decades after death

A Korean War soldier's remains have been sent back to his home state of North Carolina 65 years after he was killed in action.

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Florida makes quarantine optional for exposed students

Florida’s newly appointed surgeon general on Wednesday signed new protocols allowing parents to decide whether their children should quarantine or stay in school if they are asymptomatic after being exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

US Coast Guard saves man stung by 300 pound stingray

A Rhode Island man is home from the hospital after a scary encounter with a stingray that's barbs went into his leg while on a fishing boat.

Starz releases season 2 trailer for locally-filmed show ‘Hightown’

Starz has released the season 2 trailer for the show "Hightown."

NC road-building costs could scale back long-term projects

North Carolina government would need billions of dollars in additional road-building funds if it wants to carry out currently planned projects for the next decade, according to recent cost reassessments.