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Artist hopes restoring vandalized Raleigh mural will bring community together
Raleigh, N.C. — Dare Coulter said she spent nearly 20 hours a day last year, even sleeping in her car, to complete a mural in downtown Raleigh. Now, she has to do it all over again after vandals defac...

Raleigh police looking for suspects in shooting that injured Food Lion worker
Police said the suspects approached a gray Jeep Compass in the parking lot of the Food Lion on Poole Road. During the interaction, the Jeep took off at a high rate of speed. The suspects shot at the v...

Very quietly, Raleigh changes convention center leadership
A leadership shuffle at the highest rung of the Raleigh Convention Center has led to the removal of a longtime employee who oversaw the 500,000-square-foot facility since 2016. Former director Doug Gr...

Clayton is growing but don’t call it a bedroom community for Raleigh
For an unassuming municipal building, Town Hall has been at the center of Clayton’s history both physically and figuratively in its 90-some years. It has served as a council chambers, police station, ...

New road extension in Raleigh expected to ease congestion
Crews are making progress on a new road in Raleigh that has been in the works for 50 years. The new Pullen Road extension is sure to a be a heavily used shortcut in the near future. Even though constr...

Wake County, Raleigh officials announce plan to handle growing population
Wake County Board of Commissioners Chair Jessica Holmes and Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane delivered the 2018 State of the City and County at North Ridge Country Club in Raleigh Tuesday. Leaders touted ...

Trainspotting: To Mark the Opening of Raleigh’s Union Station, We Sent Five Writers to Ride the Rails
Last Tuesday, after three years of planning, two years of construction, and months of delays, Raleigh finally opened its much-hyped Union Station, a sleek, state-of-the-art, $111 million, multimodal ( ...

Charlie Puth is out on tour, including Raleigh and Charlotte
LOS ANGELES — Charlie Puth was deep into a takeout salad at a Burbank rehearsal studio when he heard two members of his road band discussing his song "How Long," specifically the best way to navigate ...

Young Republicans booted from Raleigh Uber over backseat politics
One of the young Republican activists who say they were kicked out of their Uber Saturday night in downtown Raleigh because the driver disagreed with their conservative politics is sharing the unusual ...

San Francisco startup expands to Raleigh for open-source talent pool
A San Francisco startup with more than $50 million in venture capital backing has picked Raleigh for its East Coast hub. Sysdig – a container monitoring firm whose major customers include French bank ...

Raleigh start-up wants to make AI understandable. CEO Mike Capps has a record of success.
While the company’s new, the technology behind the Raleigh artificial-intelligence start-up Diveplane Corp. has been under development for about seven years, CEO Mike Capps says. Diveplane is essentia...

A Short Train Ride From Durham to Raleigh Offers a Window Into the Triangle Mass-Transit Future
Light rail in the Triangle is a messy subject, as evidenced by this publication's stories and comments section on a fairly regular basis. The debates about its $2.5 billion price tag and the planned s...