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Wake County schools to drop changes in Pledge of Allegiance policy

The Wake County school system plans to drop wording from a new proposed policy that would have encouraged teachers to use the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance as an opportunity to teach about the history of coercion. School officials say no change was ever intended in the way the pledge is taught. The potential wording change had drawn complaints from Republicans.

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Pinnacle Apartments fire displaces 24

The Raleigh Fire Department on April 10 continued to work to cool hot spots from a fire at Pinnacle Apartments on Edwards Mill Road that began at about 5:20 p.m. on April 9. One 12-unit building burned to the ground, displacing 24 people.
Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
Pinnacle Apartments fire displaces 24 01:19

Pinnacle Apartments fire displaces 24

Gibbons baseball wins eighth straight 01:20

Gibbons baseball wins eighth straight

Family reunites with their lost dog 01:25

Family reunites with their lost dog

Raleigh city councilman explains approval of body camera plan for police 00:32

Raleigh city councilman explains approval of body camera plan for police