• FCC chairman marks achievement of Internet in every NC classroom By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    FCC CHAIRMAN MARKS ACHIEVEMENT OF INTERNET IN EVERY NC CLASSROOM

    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, joined Lt. Gov. Dan Forest and other state leaders Tuesday to celebrate...

  • Coast Guard, good Samaritan rescue 3 people from fishing boat By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    COAST GUARD, GOOD SAMARITAN RESCUE 3 PEOPLE FROM FISHING BOAT

    The Coast Guard and a good Samaritan assisted three people on Tuesday who were in a boat taking on water southeast of Oregon Inlet.

    News
  • By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    RABID CAT BITES TWO IN APEX

    Two Apex residents were recovering Tuesday after a rabid cat bit them last week near Olive Chapel Road and New Hill Olive Chapel Road,...

    News
  • Prosecutors can seek death penalty in Enfield quadruple homicide By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    PROSECUTORS CAN SEEK DEATH PENALTY IN ENFIELD QUADRUPLE HOMICIDE

    A Superior Court judge ruled Wednesday that prosecutors can seek the death penalty against three of four men charged with killing four...

    News
  • After bomb threat, Carthage courthouse evacuated By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    AFTER BOMB THREAT, CARTHAGE COURTHOUSE EVACUATED

    After someone called in a bomb threat around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, the Moore County Sheriff's Office and Carthage police were evacuating...

    News
  • Severe storm risk expanded for Triangle: Heavy rain, hail possible By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    SEVERE STORM RISK EXPANDED FOR TRIANGLE: HEAVY RAIN, HAIL POSSIBLE

    It's "calm before the storm" on Wednesday morning as WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner cautions that severe weather could move in...

    Weather
  • UNC basketball legend Phil Ford has surgery after prostate cancer diagnosis By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    UNC BASKETBALL LEGEND PHIL FORD HAS SURGERY AFTER PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS

    University of North Carolina basketball legend Phil Ford is recovering after undergoing surgery Tuesday for prostate cancer.

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  • NCFC storms past Nor'easters 4-1 to advance in US Open Cup By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    NCFC STORMS PAST NOR'EASTERS 4-1 TO ADVANCE IN US OPEN CUP

    Two months ago, a gusty nor'easter uncovered the skeletal remains of a humpback whale long buried on the Jersey shore, about 15 miles...

    Soccer, U.S.
  • Top-seeded Heels can clinch spot in ACC semis with win over Pittsburgh By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    TOP-SEEDED HEELS CAN CLINCH SPOT IN ACC SEMIS WITH WIN OVER PITTSBURGH

    Top seed North Carolina takes the field on the second day of the ACC Tournament, and a win over Pittsburgh Wednesday night would push...

  • Wake officials to announce new school district leader By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    WAKE OFFICIALS TO ANNOUNCE NEW SCHOOL DISTRICT LEADER

    Officials on Wednesday are expected to announce who will become the new superintendent for Wake County Schools - the largest school...

  • Cumberland man 'rolled his eyes' at wife before winning 25K a year for life By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    CUMBERLAND MAN 'ROLLED HIS EYES' AT WIFE BEFORE WINNING 25K A YEAR FOR LIFE

    On Monday, Darrin Nunnery rolled his eyes when his wife asked him to bring her $2 lottery ticket. On Tuesday, the family had won $25,000...

    News
  • Search underway for Greensboro man who fell off Carnival cruise ship By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    SEARCH UNDERWAY FOR GREENSBORO MAN WHO FELL OFF CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIP

    The United States Coast Guard is searching for a man who went overboard from a cruise ship off the coast of Florida.

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  • Heavy rain, hail possible by Wednesday afternoon By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    HEAVY RAIN, HAIL POSSIBLE BY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

    It's "calm before the storm" on Wednesday morning as WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner cautions that severe weather could move in...

    Weather
  • Man arrested after trooper dies in chase in Yadkin County By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    MAN ARRESTED AFTER TROOPER DIES IN CHASE IN YADKIN COUNTY

    A man was arrested early Wednesday following a chase and crash that killed a trooper on Monday evening.

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  • Pool season is here: Can your child pass these 3 life-saving tests? By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    POOL SEASON IS HERE: CAN YOUR CHILD PASS THESE 3 LIFE-SAVING TESTS?

    How do you know your child is ready to swim?

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  • Sanderson students want to work with legislators to improve school safety By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    SANDERSON STUDENTS WANT TO WORK WITH LEGISLATORS TO IMPROVE SCHOOL SAFETY

    School safety is top of mind for a group of local high school students this week.

  • Residents said Raleigh road was damaged for a year before 25-foot sinkhole opened By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    RESIDENTS SAID RALEIGH ROAD WAS DAMAGED FOR A YEAR BEFORE 25-FOOT SINKHOLE OPENED

    A massive sinkhole that opened up Monday night will cause major issues for Raleigh drivers for days, but residents said they had been...

    News
  • School safety top of mind By WRAL   -   May 23, 2018

    SCHOOL SAFETY TOP OF MIND

    Gov. Roy Cooper spend about an hour Tuesday at Massey Hill Classical High School in Fayetteville, where he pitched his plan to give...

  • 'Red flag' legislation raises red flags with gun rights advocates By WRAL   -   May 22, 2018

    'RED FLAG' LEGISLATION RAISES RED FLAGS WITH GUN RIGHTS ADVOCATES

    A bill unveiled Tuesday would allow authorities to take guns out of the hands of people considered to pose a threat to themselves or...

  • Could you spot a fake? Some worry video could impact 2020 election as new form of 'fake news' By WRAL   -   May 22, 2018

    COULD YOU SPOT A FAKE? SOME WORRY VIDEO COULD IMPACT 2020 ELECTION AS NEW FORM OF 'FAKE NEWS'

    In an era of "Fake news" you will soon be seeing videos that are fakes. Recent developments in artificial intelligence are now making...

    Election, News