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Need a break from coronavirus? Then head over to @disneyplus where #PixarOnward is now streaming in the U.S. and Canada!


Guess which story we've added to the Disney Magic of Storytelling Podcast -- comment below! Big thanks to @gloriaabc11 for this performance and bringing a little magic to our kids at home. - with @WakeMed


We know, we miss @WheelOfFortune at its usual time too! The good news is we're airing those shows with Pat & Vanna every weeknight at 1:05am on ABC11


PRAY TOGETHER: Medical staff at Jackson South Medical Center in Miami, Florida, went to the top of the hospital to pray during the COVID-19 pandemic. #coronavirus


PRAYING FOR EACH OTHER: Medical staff at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee took a few minutes to go to the helipad and pray. "We could feel God's presence in the wind. Know that you are all covered in prayer," one of the workers said.


REDEMPTION: After losing on a last second shot in 2016, Roy Williams' Tar Heels marched back to the NCAA National Championship game the following year and took home the trophy. This was Williams' 3rd title and UNC's 6th.


Every $1 you donate to the #ABC11Together Virtual Food Drive will provide 5 meals! Link to donate in bio. #abc11 #stayhome


This is a tough time for everyone, but if you're able to give, donating to the ABC11Together Virtual Food Drive is one of the most impactful ways to help. We're all in this together.


We're in this together. Donate to the ABC11 Together Virtual Food Drive at the link in our bio.


THANK YOU! We are amazed and grateful. This is tough, but everyone has a part to play. We'll get through this...together. Who are you most thankful for today?


Fayetteville's curfew to prevent the spread of COVID-19 begins today. #stayhome #staysafe #covid19


THE LATEST: At least 1,498 cases of COVID-19 have been reported statewide and eight people have died.