Top Raleigh news: Cardboard creations help kids with special needs; park renamed for coach; more

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Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in Raleigh.

Made4Me: Raleigh nonprofit's cardboard creations help children with special needs

The fact that the pieces are made out of cardboard is always surprising to everyone who sees them.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

Raleigh renames park for NCCU basketball coach LeVelle Moton

The Raleigh City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to change the name of the Lane Street Mini Park to "LeVelle Moton Park."

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New Raleigh leaders sweep in, ready to make change

At an energetic pace, Raleigh's new city council got to work Tuesday, bringing the change its new members and mayor promised to deliver during the campaign.

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Lawsuit describes sexual harassment at WakeMed, retaliation at NC nursing school

A woman who says she was kicked out of a North Carolina nursing school a month before graduation in retaliation for accusing a supervisor of sexual harassment is suing in a case supported by the Time’s Up movement legal fund. 

Read the full story on WNCN.

NC lottery takes step toward more online sales

North Carolina lottery leaders took a key step Tuesday toward expanding online sales, but left themselves a way out if they aren’t satisfied with the details or face opposition.

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