Top Raleigh news: Target employee tests positive for virus; governor seeks disaster declaration

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Raleigh Target store worker tests positive for coronavirus

Company officials confirmed Sunday that a worker at a Wake County Target store has tested positive for the coronavirus. Target company officials said the infected person was an employee at the Brier Creek Parkway Target in Raleigh.

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Attended the Lego convention on March 8? You may be asked to call Wake County

People who attended the BrickUniverse Lego Convention on March 8 are being asked to contact their public officials after an attendee tested positive for coronavirus.

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Nearly 75 price-gouging complaints in NC, mostly on groceries, sanitizer and fuel, officials say

As the COVID-19 crisis continues across the world and North Carolina, price-gouging was recently outlawed by a State of Emergency from Gov. Roy Cooper. However, that has not stopped some stores, vendors or individuals from over-charging on certain items, according to the North Carolina Attorney General’s office.

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Here's how you can help local businesses during coronavirus outbreak

It's not just about the bottom line for the owners, but all of their employees and their employees' families depend on the revenue of those businesses.

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Governor seeks disaster declaration for NC small businesses 

Gov. Roy Cooper has asked the U.S. Small Business Administration for a disaster declaration for business owners in North Carolina facing economic losses due to coronavirus.

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