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Gov. Cooper, coronavirus task force to provide COVID-19 update

RALEIGH, N.C. (WECT) - Governor Roy Cooper and the state’s coronavirus task force are expected to provide an update Wednesday as North Carolina continues to deal with swelling cases and hospitalizations associated with COVID-19. The news briefing will take place at approximately 1:30 p.m. and can be viewed inside this story or streaming live on WECT’s Facebook page.
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Keep an eye out for alligators

RALEIGH, N.C. — This time of year, alligators are moving around a lot on the southeastern North Carolina landscape. They are looking for food and mates after spending the winter in brumation—a long period in which they don’t eat and seldom come out of their dens. Alligators are part of...
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State Highway Patrol announces major promotion

RALEIGH, N.C. (WITN) - The Highway Patrol has announced a major promotion within its ranks. The state says that Major Daryl Conley will be assuming the rank of lieutenant colonel on August 9th. Conley will be taking over for Lt. Col. Donna Carter who will be retiring on September 1st.
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Pandemic sparks Triangle personal trainer to start business

Raleigh, N.C. — The COVID-19 pandemic left Triangle area personal trainer Brenna Doyle out of work. "I was on vacation last March," Doyle said on this week's WRAL Out and About Podcast. "I was flying back to North Carolina, and I was in my layover in the Fort Lauderdale airport when I got a phone call that I no longer had a job. I was laid off indefinitely because all gyms were closing (due to COVID-19)."
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The 2 Best Smooth Running Trails in North Carolina

Read about my favorite trail discoveries so far. Many of my regular readers know about my running background, but just in case you don't, I will give you a quick rundown. I began running competitively in middle school when I joined my seventh grade track team. I didn't truly love the sport of endurance running until I joined cross-country in eighth grade. I loved the team aspect that cross-country brought to the table, and I also preferred running through expansive forests, grass fields, and unique race courses, as opposed to circling around the track for an entire race.
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