Monday will be the one-year anniversary of the massive coal ash spill into the Dan River. State officials and environmentalists gathered Friday on the North Carolina/Virginia line to take samples.
On Friday, fourth-grade students from Williamsburg Elementary School had the chance to explore a replica of the very first one-room school house.
The National Retail Federation expects total spending to top $14 billion nationwide. 02:44 PM
A chilling, first-of-its-kind PSA is set to air during the Super Bowl Sunday night, raising awareness of domestic violence. The NFL teamed up with the No More campaign to make the minute-long spot. 04:29 PM
The call came in shortly before 4 a.m. after a tractor-trailer overturned on the U.S. 220 ramp that goes to Interstate-85 southbound. 07:25 AM
Caldwell County Republican leaders chose former state Rep. George Robinson on Thursday night to succeed veteran lawmaker Edgar Starnes in the 87th House District. Robinson defeated Starnes' wife Marilyn. Edgar Starnes left the legislature to work for State Treasurer Janet Cowell. 10:36 AM
The legal battle to challenge the state's controversial voter ID law is starting to take shape. The actual trial is still months away, but motions are being heard today from both sides in Wake County. 05:15 PM
2015 North American International Auto Show
Our Ed Keiner shares some of his favorite highlights from this year's 2015 North American International Auto Show.
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A&T University is hosting a breakfast with some members of the Greensboro Four, students who helped spark the non-violent civil rights movement by sitting at a white-only lunch counter at the Woolworths in Greensboro on Feb. 1, 1960. 09:01 AM
Are you going wild waiting to see who’s going to win Super Bowl 49 this Sunday? Well, you are not the only one. 07:42 AM
Several hundred students rallied on UNC Chapel Hill campus Friday afternoon, calling for university leaders to meet three demands regarding the school's racial history. 07:30 PM
The report came out Thursday that showed an 11.6 percent drop from 2013. Violent crimes were down 7.4 percent and property crimes fell 12.2 percent. 01/29/2015 08:55 PM
Industries for the Blind is the largest employer of people who are blind or visually impaired in the United States. 01/29/2015 04:37 PM