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Heat wave hovers: 130 million Americans still affected
Now in day five, the heat is being blamed for one death in New York and continues to threaten tens of millions of other Americans. More than three-quarters of the country could see 90-degree temperatures today and heat advisories are in effect from South Dakota to Massachusetts. WFOR's Jeff Berardelli reports.
Groups protect homeless from arctic cold
Many organizations are doing their part to help the homeless during cold snap.
Folt: Failure in oversight led to department fraud
Carol Folt said the problems have "undermined our integrity and reputation."
NAACP files complaint against Wake Schools
They accuse administrators of what they describe as a "troubled pattern" of civil rights and due process violations.
Dog attacks student at Clayton High School
Police were called to Clayton High School Wednesday after a dog bit a student.
New documents released in Vortex ride accident
There are new insights into the accident on the Vortex ride at the North Carolina State Fair in October.
Statewide flu death toll rises
Alamance County Health Department says the county's first flu-related death this year was a child.
Rocky Mount hit by heavier snow
The snow hit heaviest to the north and east of Raleigh Tuesday evening.
Homeowner catches alleged burglar on tape
After Adam Yancey had his house broken into in March, he invested in some new technology.
Some RDU passengers delayed due to weather
The situation is improving at airports along the East Coast following Tuesday's winter storm.