Top Raleigh news: Shooting suspect on the loose; men charged with using fake bills; more

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Two sent to hospital after serious accident Saturday night

Two people were sent to the hospital with unknown injuries after an accident in Raleigh on Saturday night.

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Managing growth, involving community are priorities for Raleigh mayoral candidates

The six people vying to become the next mayor of Raleigh share similar concerns that the city's rapid growth is leaving some areas behind.

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Man shot in Raleigh, suspect on the loose

A man was shot early Sunday in Raleigh, police said. The incident was reported just before 3:15 a.m. in the 2400 block of Paula Street, according to Raleigh police. 

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Motorcyclist crashes, hits 7-year-old girl and 2 cars in Raleigh, police say

A motorcyclist is being charged after he wrecked his bike, it slid into two cars and then hit a 7-year-old girl Friday night in Raleigh, police say. 

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Wake County men charged with having $2,100 in fake bills at Raleigh gaming business

Raleigh Police and the Wake County Sheriff’s Office deputies charged men with using counterfeit $100 bills at Grand Riviera sweepstakes parlor. 

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