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Past articles by Antoinette:

Massive fire damages 75% of QVC facility in Rocky Mount; Crews from 6 counties, 45 agencies involved

There were no injuries during the fire, which officials said impacted 75 percent of the 1.2 million square foot facility. → Read More

Benson police to raise starting salary, add sign-on bonus, increase full-time positions

New officers will receive a $2,500 sign-on bonus. → Read More

Police seek man who exposed himself to woman in Fayetteville

Officers responded to the area of Strickland Bridge Road and Applecross Avenue. → Read More

2 arrested after man found dead inside Raleigh home

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Police arrested two people after a man was found dead inside a southeast Raleigh home on Sunday afternoon. Just after 3:30 p.m., authorities responded to the 4000 block of Rushford Lane in the Parrish Manor community near Garner. Upon arrival, officers located the victim, 37-year-old Christopher Davis. Authorities have not said […] → Read More

Have you seen this man? Durham police looking for person who robbed bank at gunpoint

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – Durham police said the M&F Bank located on Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard was robbed at gunpoint Monday morning. Authorities said the robbery happened around 10 a.m. Monday when a masked man entered the bank and demanded money while showing a gun. He then ran away with an undisclosed amount of money. The […] → Read More

No turkey, please: Vegan Thanksgiving feast held in Triangle is nation’s largest

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – The Triangle Vegetarian Society hosted the largest fully vegan feast in the country on Thanksgiving day in Durham. A pre-Thanksgiving feast was held on Saturday. TVS has held the event annually since 2004 and tickets for this year have already sold out. Because of the pandemic, last year’s event was take-out only but […] → Read More

2021’s Best Places to Shop on Black Friday, according to WalletHub Study

WalletHub surveyed nearly 5,000 deals from 21 of the biggest U.S. retailers’ 2021 Black Friday ad scans to find the stores offering the biggest discounts on various products such as appliances, jewelry and toys. → Read More

Pickup truck collides with Amtrak train after going around crossing arms in Dunn

A man driving a pickup truck went around the crossing arms in order to get around the freight train, police said. That's when the truck was struck by an Amtrak train that was on the other side of the freight train. → Read More

Durham crash knocks out power to 1,000+, cancels in-person classes at elementary school

Initially, power was expected to be restored by 4:30 a.m. but that time has since been pushed back to 3:30 p.m. → Read More

Opening of ‘diverging diamond’ interchange on Western Boulevard in Raleigh delayed again

The interchange will allow two directions of traffic to temporarily cross to the left side of the road in order to move high volumes of traffic through an intersection without increasing the number of lanes and traffic signals. → Read More

Officials announce construction of 2nd DNA crime lab in Wake County

This will be the second local government DNA lab in the state. → Read More

MAKO Medical to honor Vance County veterans with free meal drive-thru Saturday

The ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Post 60 located at 110 East Spring St. in Henderson. → Read More

3 veterans to receive free dental care in Fayetteville on Veterans Day

Dr. Murray Reefer and his staff at Affordable Dentures and Implants are providing free dental services to these veterans who do not qualify for full VA dental benefits. → Read More

Shooting investigation underway near North Hills in Raleigh

Raleigh Police are investigating a shooting that happened in the 3700 block of Benson Drive late Monday night. → Read More

Gov. Cooper announces this week as ‘Employ A Veteran Week’

“In North Carolina, we appreciate our military, our veterans, and their families, who have all served and sacrificed for our country,” Gov. Roy Cooper said. → Read More

RDU offers tips on parking to save money and reduce wait times

ParkRDU recommends travelers book parking at least 24 hours in advance. → Read More

Wake County begins COVID-19 vaccinations in children, most appointments already booked

The county says it has ordered thousands of doses for its five clinics and most appointments are already booked. → Read More

Tractor-trailer overturns, crushing driver’s legs in Cumberland County crash

The crash happened when the driver ran off the road to the left, hit a concrete traffic median, and overcorrected, causing the tractor-trailer to overturn, officials said. → Read More

New Hoke County sheriff to be sworn in following death of Sheriff Hubert Peterkin

Roderick Virgil will take the oath of office at the Robert Wright Agriculture Building on Friday. Virgil will serve the remainder of Sheriff Hubert Peterkin’s term. → Read More

UPS holds 3-day virtual hiring event ahead of holiday season

The virtual hiring blitz, known as "UPS Brown Friday" takes place Thursday through Saturday, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. → Read More