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Raleigh mother taking on bullies with her own smartphone app

The app links bullying victims to suicide prevention hotlines and with one click, a bullying victim or an eyewitness can alert an adult at school that they've been bullied.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

25-year-old man charged in Raleigh shooting that injured Uber driver

A 25-year-old man was charged in a shooting that injured an Uber driver last week, Raleigh police said.

Read the full story on ABC11 WTVD.

The election’s over, but 2 Raleigh council members are still criticizing the winners

Raleigh City Council member Stef Mendell and David Cox are unhappy with the Raleigh City Council and mayor election results. Mendell was critical of Saige Martin, the first Latino elected to the Raleigh board.

Read the full story on Raleigh District B Discussion.

NC reports first case of Legionnaire’s disease not connected to fair

State health officials are reporting a new case of Legionnaire’s disease, but this is the first case of someone who did not attend the NC Mountain Fair — the center of the outbreak.

Read the full story on WNCN.

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