Lora Lavigne, WRAL NEWS in NC

Lora Lavigne

WRAL NEWS in NC

Durham, NC, United States

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Durham police chief to request more help from city leaders, budget

The proposed budget for the police department is $75 million, a nearly 10% increase from last year. → Read More

Durham City Council debates ShotSpotter technology, but most in favor

Durham's police chief on Thursday morning addressed council members, outlining how the city could benefit from ShotSpotter technology designed to detect gunshots and pinpoint their location. → Read More

Family, community marks 2 years since George Floyd's murder

Wednesday marks two years since George Floyd was murdered at the hands of police in Minneapolis. → Read More

Raleigh event marks 2 years since George Floyd's murder

Wednesday marks two years since George Floyd was murdered at the hands of police in Minneapolis, and work is underway in Raleigh to keep his legacy alive. → Read More

Family, Raleigh community marks 2 years since George Floyd's murder

Wednesday marks two years since George Floyd was murdered at the hands of police in Minneapolis, and work is underway in Raleigh to keep his legacy alive. → Read More

Durham 911 dispatcher course could speed hiring

The City of Durham is taking steps Monday to make sure someone is there to answer the phone when people call 911. → Read More

Durham 911 dispatcher course aims to speed up hiring

The City of Durham is taking steps Monday to make sure someone is there to answer the phone when people call 911. → Read More

Damage, thousands without power east of Triangle after overnight storms

While not everyone experienced damage from overnight thunderstorms, some counties east of Raleigh are feeling the impacts Friday morning. → Read More

Roof ripped off Wilson County home, thousands without power in Wake County

While not everyone experienced damage from overnight thunderstorms, some counties east of Raleigh are feeling the impacts Friday morning. → Read More

Storm damage: Roof ripped off Wilson County home, massive tree falls in Garner

While not everyone experienced damage from overnight thunderstorms, some counties east of Raleigh are feeling the impacts Friday morning. → Read More

Overnight storms topple trees, cause power outages across central NC

While not everyone experienced damage from overnight thunderstorms, some counties east of Raleigh are feeling the impacts Friday morning. → Read More

Durham crime report: Most homicides in first 3 months of 2022 are still unsolved

Durham's police chief on Thursday will address a troubling rise in crime across the city so far in 2022. → Read More

Durham crime report: Most homicides in first months of 2022 unsolved

Durham's police chief on Thursday will address a troubling rise in crime across the city so far in 2022. → Read More

Dozens wait in line for free coffee at new Dunkin' Donuts in Garner

A brand new Dunkin Donuts opened in Garner early Wednesday morning, and people were waiting in line before the doors opened for a chance to win free coffee. → Read More

Welcome home: More than 125 Fort Bragg soldiers return from Middle East

As many as 150 Fort Bragg soldiers reunited with their families Tuesday after spending 10 months overseas. → Read More

Road work begins at RDU Airport, project will be complete in November

Construction will begin Monday along one of the main routes into Raleigh-Durham International Airport. → Read More

Raleigh restaurant says staffing shortage improving

On Friday morning, the April jobs report will provide insight into how inflation is affecting the job market and worker wages nationwide. → Read More

State educators discuss plan to test for lead and asbestos in NC schools

Experts say lead contamination in drinking water at public schools could be making your child sick. → Read More

NC leaders plan to test for lead and asbestos in drinking water at schools

Experts say lead contamination in drinking water at public schools could be making your child sick. → Read More

Students in NC and across the country biking, walking and rolling to school on Wednesday

No matter where you live, you could see more kids walking to school or riding their bikes Wednesday morning. → Read More