• 'The Lord called him home:' Daughter remembers Billy Graham's legacy By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    'THE LORD CALLED HIM HOME:' DAUGHTER REMEMBERS BILLY GRAHAM'S LEGACY

    Rev. Billy Graham was being remembered around the world Wednesday night by followers, U.S. presidents and family members, including...

    World, U.S., News
  • Triangle pastor says Billy Graham is why he joined the ministry By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    TRIANGLE PASTOR SAYS BILLY GRAHAM IS WHY HE JOINED THE MINISTRY

    The legendary Billy Graham's reach was far and wide and transcended people of all ages. A local minister said his encounter with Graham...

    News
  • 'You changed somebody's life:' TV show recognizes work of 911 dispatchers By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    'YOU CHANGED SOMEBODY'S LIFE:' TV SHOW RECOGNIZES WORK OF 911 DISPATCHERS

    A new Fox show is taking a fast-paced look at the heroic work of first responders, similar to those who serve a critical role in the...

    Entertainment
  • Daughter followed in Graham's footsteps By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    DAUGHTER FOLLOWED IN GRAHAM'S FOOTSTEPS

    Anne Graham Lotz has lived in Raleigh for decades, yet never felt far from her father, the late Rev. Billy Graham.

    News
  • Montreat embraced Graham By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    MONTREAT EMBRACED GRAHAM

    Respect for Rev. Billy Graham was perhaps most profound in Montreat, the college town in the North Carolina mountains that he and his...

    News
  • Barn-like library reflects Graham's life, influence By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    BARN-LIKE LIBRARY REFLECTS GRAHAM'S LIFE, INFLUENCE

    The Billy Graham Library and Museum in Charlotte is laid out like few others.

    News
  • Faithful flock to Graham library, mountain home By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    FAITHFUL FLOCK TO GRAHAM LIBRARY, MOUNTAIN HOME

    People from across North Carolina and across the U.S. flocked to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte on Wednesday to pay tribute...

    U.S., News
  • Injunction sought, could delay legislative primaries in Wake By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    INJUNCTION SOUGHT, COULD DELAY LEGISLATIVE PRIMARIES IN WAKE

    Yet another redistricting lawsuit filed, this one targeting four Wake County House districts.

  • GenX found in rain By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    GENX FOUND IN RAIN

    Tiny amounts of a chemical used to make Teflon was found in rain 70 miles from a Bladen County plant.

  • 'America's pastor,' renowned evangelist Billy Graham dies By WRAL   -   Feb 22, 2018

    'AMERICA'S PASTOR,' RENOWNED EVANGELIST BILLY GRAHAM DIES

    Evangelist Billy Graham, who spread the Christian gospel to millions of people worldwide and counseled U.S. presidents for decades,...

    U.S., News
  • Former Fort Bragg soldier helps victims' families manage grief By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    FORMER FORT BRAGG SOLDIER HELPS VICTIMS' FAMILIES MANAGE GRIEF

    A former Fort Bragg soldier and suicide prevention specialist is reaching out to the families of the Florida shooting victims in a...

    News
  • Hundreds of UNC-Chapel Hill students gather in response to rumors of white nationalist rally By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    HUNDREDS OF UNC-CHAPEL HILL STUDENTS GATHER IN RESPONSE TO RUMORS OF WHITE NATIONALIST RALLY

    Hundreds of students gathered at Polk Place on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill Wednesday in response to rumors of a white nationalist...

    News
  • 'Readvolution' goals achieved, thousands of kids attend Hurricanes practice By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    'READVOLUTION' GOALS ACHIEVED, THOUSANDS OF KIDS ATTEND HURRICANES PRACTICE

    More than 7,000 students from Wake County elementary schools descended on PNC Arena Wednesday morning to enjoy a unique experience...

    hurricanes
  • WCPSS addresses school security as group marches in support of stricter gun policies By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    WCPSS ADDRESSES SCHOOL SECURITY AS GROUP MARCHES IN SUPPORT OF STRICTER GUN POLICIES

    A large group on Tuesday night called for stricter gun policies during a march from Pullen Memorial Baptist Church to the State Capitol...

    News
  • Prosecution: Slain man wasn't even in Raleigh homeowner's yard By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    PROSECUTION: SLAIN MAN WASN'T EVEN IN RALEIGH HOMEOWNER'S YARD

    The case of a Raleigh homeowner who shot an unarmed man outside his house after complaining about "hoodlums" in his neighborhood will...

    News
  • Police investigating homicide after man dies from injuries in Raleigh shooting By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    POLICE INVESTIGATING HOMICIDE AFTER MAN DIES FROM INJURIES IN RALEIGH SHOOTING

    Raleigh police are investigating a Friday night shooting as a homicide after the victim died as a result of his injuries.

    News
  • Pedestrian accident closes northbound lanes of Capital Boulevard By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    PEDESTRIAN ACCIDENT CLOSES NORTHBOUND LANES OF CAPITAL BOULEVARD

    Northbound lanes of Capital Boulevard were closed Tuesday night near Buffaloe Road after a pedestrian was struck by a car.

    Traffic
  • UNC, NC State research partnership aims to lighten diabetics' daily burden to monitor blood sugar By WRAL   -   Feb 21, 2018

    UNC, NC STATE RESEARCH PARTNERSHIP AIMS TO LIGHTEN DIABETICS' DAILY BURDEN TO MONITOR BLOOD SUGAR

    For the 400 million people in the world with diabetes, failing to control their blood sugar can become life-threatening. The latest...

    World, Technology, Health
  • Business boom means fewer spaces, more hassle parking in downtown Durham By WRAL   -   Feb 20, 2018

    BUSINESS BOOM MEANS FEWER SPACES, MORE HASSLE PARKING IN DOWNTOWN DURHAM

    As Durham grows, so does the strain on parking downtown. For residents and visitors, parking is a main concern.

    News
  • Millions in bond for Morrisville man on child sex charges By WRAL   -   Feb 20, 2018

    MILLIONS IN BOND FOR MORRISVILLE MAN ON CHILD SEX CHARGES

    A Morrisville man facing charges of statutory rape for incidents last fall saw his criminal problems escalate Tuesday with a second...

    News