Top Raleigh news: Target to replace Kmart; leaders, activists address gun violence; more

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Target to replace Raleigh's last Kmart

A spokesperson for Target's corporate communications told newsgathering partners at the News & Observer that a new store will open at 8701 Six Forks Road in Raleigh. The new store will reportedly be approximately 114,000 square feet.

Read the full story on ABC11 WTVD.

Possible drunk driver crashes through front yard, into car parked in Raleigh driveway

A possible drunk driver was caught on camera crashing into a parked car Tuesday evening in Raleigh.

Read the full story on Ed Crump.

Fake package delivery text message notifications designed to steal information

A scam involving a fake package delivery is one new way scammers are trying to steal information.

Read the full story on WNCN.

Raleigh police chief, activists, clergy, officials huddle on gun violence prevention

In an extraordinary roundtable discussion, local activists, religious leaders and the chief of police hashed out what's working and what's not when it comes to reducing the rising rate of gun violence in Raleigh.

Read the full story on ABC Raleigh, WTVD.

Raleigh officials consider asking taxpayers for up to $150M for Dix Park

Local residents may soon have to pay more green for Raleigh's green spaces, including the planned Dix Park.

Read the full story on WRAL TV.

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