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The Ukrainian Association of North Carolina hosted an event inside Hill Hall at UNC Sunday afternoon, featuring music, artwork, and food from the country.

There are grassroots efforts underway in Durham to restore confidence among people concerned about gun violence in some neighborhoods.

The Americal Idol finalist talks about her preparations for Sunday's show.

The votes are in and the new "American Idol" has been named! Noah Thompson is taking home the crown.

A new billionaire was minted about every 30 hours, on average, so far during the pandemic, according to a recent analysis.

Enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles has arrived in the United States from Europe.

Speaking in Tokyo a day after he said the virus was something "to be concerned about," Biden said, "I just don't think it rises to the level of the kind of concern that existed with COVID-19."

The COVID-19 booster dose is available to children five months after completing their primary series of two shots.

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2 dead in reported shooting at UNC Family Medicine Center in Durham

Robert Trump, the president's youngest brother, was described as "very ill," according to sources.

Camp Fire evacuees return home to find lost dog patiently waiting for them

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JUST IN: Governor Roy Cooper declares a state of emergency for North Carolina ahead of #Irma . Effective tomorrow at 8am.

'END RACISM NOW:' Chopper 11 captured people painting "End Racism Now" along Martin Street in downtown Raleigh#ABC11 

The K-pop group's newest music video currently has more than 185 million views.​

Raleigh police officer talks man off bridge and gives him a hug

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ATTN: We're starting a Twitter thread with a list of local restaurants offering take out/delivery options as we continue to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. We're getting most of the info from social media pages & focusing on small businesses, who are really feeling the impact

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