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Cree says tariffs will hurt profits; Cisco is ‘in deep discussions in Washington’

Wafers, each containing nearly 1,000 chips, sit inside of an evaporator machine inside of Cree’s “clean room” environment in Research Triangle Park in this file photo. Cree executives say the U.S. trade war with China will hurt its bottom line by $2 million in the first quarter of 2019.

Local News

Hammerhead shark nearly as long as a car took 3 hours and 6 NC fishermen to reel in
The spot where Robert E. Lee statue once stood at Duke Chapel will remain vacant
A historic-district church in Cary gets relief from 21st-century planning, for now


That tunnel near Carter-Finley Stadium won’t be ready for NC State’s home opener
Former ECU football player killed in Raleigh was struck by bullets 19 times, autopsy says
It’s time for high school football. Here are the players and games to watch.


More sports, including a soccer stadium, will be pushed to boost tourism in Wake
These Duke grads will get you a personalized video greeting from a celebrity — for a price

Politics & Government

ABC commissioner resigns, blasting ‘fictitious’ audit and Roy Cooper’s response
Courts have no role in constitutional amendments, argues lawyer for NC legislators
After months of scrutiny, backyard cottages take a big step toward approval in Raleigh


Slingshot Coffee Co. is adding coffee-spiked sodas to its lineup
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ is more than a film. It’s the first time I’ve seen someone like me on the big screen.

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