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    2 more charged in Wake Forest kidnapping case

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    Two more people have been charged in the case of Frank Janssen, who was kidnapped in Wake Forest.
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    Colder today, below normal temps through Easter

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    Temperatures typical of Valentine's Day and not mid April will rule today.  Temperatures will moderate for Easter, but still be below normal.


    Despite sunny skies today, highs will only make it into the middle 50s.  Our normal high this time of year is now 73.
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    Committee weighs how to protect water in Jordan Lake

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    The threat of pollution in Jordan Lake has stirred up debate in the Triangle and the Triad. More>>

    Man charged with leaving hoax device at Boston Marathon finish line Video included

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    Two unattended bags found at the Boston Marathon finish line Tuesday have been detonated by Boston police's bomb squad. One suspect has been taken into custody. More>>

    LGBT couples speak out against NC tax code Video included

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    Same-sex couples in North Carolina are speaking out against a tax code they say unfairly penalizes gay and lesbian couples. More>>

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    • Biggest Loser casting coming to Charlotte

      Biggest Loser casting coming to Charlotte

      Thursday, April 3 2014 12:58 PM EDT2014-04-03 16:58:05 GMT
      The show will host auditions April 12 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at WCNC studios, located at 1001 Wood Ridge Center Dr.
      The show will host auditions April 12 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. at WCNC studios, located at 1001 Wood Ridge Center Dr.
    • WNCN investigates coal ash in NC

      WNCN investigates coal ash in NC

      Duke Energy says it will take at least two years to clean up the entire mess left by a collapsed pipe at its retired Dan River Steam Station, as well as sites near Asheville and Charlotte.
      Duke Energy says it will take at least two years to clean up the entire mess left by a collapsed pipe at its retired Dan River Steam Station, as well as sites near Asheville and Charlotte.
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