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Beau Minnick

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Raleigh, NC, United States

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Past articles by Beau:

Filing period for NC congressional, legislative races ends

At the General Assembly, analysts say the big story will be if Republicans hold on to the supermajority after this year's election. → Read More

Parents concerned as flu season and playground season collide

The weather is getting nicer and more kids are heading to area parks. Many of those parents are making sure their kids have fun, but are continually keeping their hands clean, as well. → Read More

Franklin Co. mom forced into labor early by hit-and-run leaves hospital with baby

Heather Gonzalez threw gravel at passing cars before someone stopped. → Read More

Sign near PNC Arena congratulating UNC for national title has disappeared

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) -- Fans could say this is the latest chapter in the UNC-N.C. State rivalry. Was an ax used to chop down the UNC sign? Photo by Patrick Priest/CBS North Carolina[/caption] A North Carolina DOT near PNC Arena congratulating the Tar Heels for winning the men's basketball championship last → Read More

Rev. Billy Graham to lie in repose for 2 days before private funeral

A spokesman said Graham died in his sleep at 7:46 a.m. Wednesday at the age of 99 in his Montreat home. → Read More

Cary senior center rape suspect taken into custody in Cumberland County

CARY, N.C. (WNCN) - The man accused of a female resident early Saturday morning at the Woodland Terrace retirement community has been taken into custoduy in Cumberland County, Fayetteville police confirmed. Antwain Dennis, 35, was on the run after Cary police said he raped a female resident early Saturday morning at the Woodland Terrace retirement → Read More

Aunt talks about suspect in elderly woman’s rape at Cary senior center

"He needs help because he just wasn't mentally stable to be in the community," the aunt said. → Read More

Gyms are tasked with keeping their customers healthy in the middle of a difficult flu season.

Gyms are tasked with keeping their customers healthy in the middle of a difficult flu season. → Read More

Some Raleigh residents upset about plan to expand Falls of Neuse Road

"It's going to make it like Capital Boulevard," one nearby homeowner said. → Read More

Trump’s infrastructure plan could mean changes for I-95 in NC

One state representative said he wants to see any federally-proposed improvements identify a funding source. → Read More

Republicans unveil class size compromise

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Republican lawmakers said Thursday that they have a compromise solution to an elementary school class-size impasse that has drawn attention from parents and educators across the state. “We’ve got a great educational system,” said House Speaker Tim Moore, a Republican. “Does it need work? Yes. Does it need continued investment? Yes. But, this is a huge step forward.” → Read More

Contractor helps NCDOT clear clogged drains to keep lanes open

For so many of us, Interstate-440 is a part of our daily commute. → Read More

Crews begin clearing areas for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

The pipeline will bring natural gas and infrastructure to the I-95 corridor. → Read More

Demonstrators hold sit-in at Cooper’s office over Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Demonstrators say they're hoping the Cooper administration will change its mind on the pipeline. → Read More

How schools are protecting against the flu

With the flu so widespread - there's even more reason for hand-washing. → Read More

The flu: When you should go to the hospital

A doctor told CBS North Carolina people who have the flu should be aware of certain warning signs that indicate it’s time to go to the hospital. → Read More

Filing early can reduce tax refund fraud, NC Revenue Department says

North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein told CBS North Carolina people should shred any documents they do not need any more to protect their personal information. → Read More

Children especially susceptible to flu,

“Everyone is panicking,” said Dr. Danielle Bliss, a pediatrician in Cary with UNC Pediatrics. → Read More

NC Public Safety leader outlines changes to prison security

DPS officials told lawmakers that, last spring, there were 700 officers who had not received basic training. → Read More

American Lung Association gives NC failing grades in tobacco use prevention

The American Lung Association also recommended North Carolina increase the state cigarette tax by a dollar a pack. → Read More