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Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday announced that $12 billion in state funding will be dedicated to tackling the homeless crisis in California.​

You can vote on which trailblazing women should be featured on the US Mint's "American Women Quarters Program."​

"Grey's Anatomy" has in the 2020-2021 TV season ranked as the No. 1 entertainment series among Adults 18-49 and as the network's No. 1 show in total viewers.​

Uber and Lyft will provide free rides to and from vaccination sites until July 4, President Joe Biden announced Tuesday.​

Georgia's new hate crimes law does not provide for a stand-alone hate crime. After a person is convicted of an underlying crime, a jury must determine whether it's a hate crime.​

Judge Harlin Hale said he was dismissing the case because he found the bankruptcy was not filed in good faith.​

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the Israeli military has dealt a tough blow to Gaza militants and warns that fighting with Hamas will continue for some time.​

A special hotel room in the Outer Banks is perfect for the donut lover in your life.​

When the pandemic hit, one Wake County woman turned one of her passions into a business by opening a houseplant shop on wheels.​


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

No, we were not hacked. 'Deez Nuts' is the legal name of the candidate and he is polling at 9 percent in NC:

'We shouldn't even be here': Family, friends gather to honor the life of Cannon Hinnant, the 5-year-old boy who was shot and killed while riding bike in Wilson

Police: Man arrested for putting soda in a water cup at McDonald's

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Ok, @tpowellabc11 's girls win Halloween. Quite possibly the cutest Princess and the Frog ever. #halloween2015 

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Video from North Myrtle Beach shows possible tornado Thursday morning as Hurricane Dorian continues to move closer to land.

Chopper 11 flew overhead as more than 500 people gathered in downtown Raleigh, marching from the courthouse to the Capitol and the Executive Manasion. THE LATEST:

North Carolina committed genocide against Black people from 1958-1968, Duke researchers say