Top Raleigh news: Hiring freeze, no layoffs proposed; search on for missing man; more

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Two longtime Raleigh restaurants close doors

Gateway Restaurant and Oakwood Cafe have each closed after decades in business.

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Raleigh city budget proposal freezes hiring, no layoffs

City officials in Raleigh proposed a budget that implements a citywide hiring freeze and cuts costs without hiking taxes or eliminating staff during the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Raleigh police asking for help locating missing man

Raleigh police are asking for the public's help locating a man who has been missing since May 11.

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Gunshot victim dropped off at WakeMed in Raleigh; shooting under investigation

A person suffering serious injuries from a gunshot wound was dropped off at WakeMed in Raleigh on Wednesday, police said. 

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Wake County construction manager ‘multiplies’ $20 ticket into $4 million win 

Jason Keel of Raleigh purchased a $20 scratch-off ticket and “multiplied” his luck into a $4 million top prize. Keel, a division manager for a construction company, purchased his lucky 100X The Cash ticket on Saturday at the Fuel Stop on Little Brier Creek Lane in Raleigh.

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