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There's a new concern about what a second wave of the coronavirus would look like.
Restaurant association wants Gov. Cooper to allow dine-in again. Are customers comfortable with that?
In a letter sent to Governor Roy Cooper on Friday, the North Carolina Restaurant & Lodging Association (NCRLA) says only 35 percent of the state's restaurants can afford a shutdown of two months or more.
A Wake County non-profit is helping COVID-19 victims and also those going hungry.
While finding toilet paper and paper towels has become a little easier they are still far from plentiful and we all want to know why.
Starting Friday, thousands of North Carolinians now have the opportunity to apply for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) through North Carolina's Division of Employment Security.
The price gouging complaints filed with the North Carolina Attorney General's Office continue to grow.
Fear over the coronavirus has gripped the world, but now medical experts say anxiety is on the rise from those individuals concerned about the spread while in isolation.
Raleigh police are investigating after a 18-year-old was shot and killed overnight.
The Wake County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a 23-year-old woman was shot in the back while driving on Highway 97 overnight.