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Tuesday - April 28, 2015
Leonard Medical School Gets Landmark Status

RALEIGH - The Raleigh City Council dedicated Leonard Medical School and Hospital as its latest historic landmark, honoring the school built to train African-American doctors.

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Raleigh Announces Moore Square Open Houses

RALEIGH - Nearly four years ago, the city of Raleigh approved a master plan to renovate Moore Square and work is underway to change the historic site. As part of that, Raleigh is holding open house events for residents to discuss the project.

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Poll Shows 2016 Governor, Lt. Governor Race Close

RALEIGH - Gov. Pat McCrory is up for reelection in 2016 and while he hasn't announced his candidacy, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper appears to be a favored candidate for state Democrats. Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, says when asked who state voters prefer, it's a close race.

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State Preparing for Bike to School Day

RALEIGH - As the weather is getting better, the state Department of Transportation is organizing National Bike to School Day to help students and teachers get to their schools safely. Ed Johnson, Safe Routes coordinator, says the hope is to promote the benefits of biking or walking to school instead of driving.

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