Plenty of rain fell in Raleigh on Thursday and dropping temperatures could create dangerous driving conditions heading into Friday morning. 09:58 PM
For just the third time in North Carolina's history, the State Board of Education voted Thursday to revoke the charter of a public charter school.
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Dr. George Corvin believes Joseph Mitchell was sleepwalking on the night he killed his 4-year-old son, Blake.
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Ringling Bros. to Eliminate Elephant Acts from Circus
It's the end of an era for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus' iconic elephant acts. The company announced on Thursday it will phase out the elephants from their traveling circus performances by 2018. 06:39 PM
Neighbor Shares Testimony in Day Two of Broyhill Murder Trial
Several witnesses spoke at day two of the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial. Broyhill is charged with first degree murder in the death of a Raleigh political strategist. 04:37 PM
Bill Could Redesign Districts for Wake Co. Board of Commissioners
A bill to redesign the districts for the Wake County Board of Commissioners is on the fast track at the General Assembly. A proposal to overhaul the current district map was introduced on Wednesday, and by Thursday afternoon, it was in committee getting public comment. 09:25 PM
Judges Hear Gov. McCrory Lawsuit Against Lawmakers
Constitutional rights with commission appointments were at question Thursday, as several attorneys representing state lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory presented oral arguments to a panel of three judges with the North Carolina Superior Court, including Judge Howard Manning. 08:13 PM
Professor Targeted for Firing in UNC Academic Fraud Retires
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Thursday that philosophy professor Jan Boxill is ending her fight to hold onto her job. She was targeted for firing in October on the day that a scathing report into the cheating scandal was released. 01:51 PM
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Gov. McCrory Releases 2-Year Budget Proposal
On Thursday, the governor released his two year, $21.5 billion budget saying the state is still having to make tough choices on his plan to spend its limited funds. 11:38 AM
Drastic Weather Changes for Thursday
A sharp cold front will make for a great variation in temperatures across North Carolina Thursday. As cold air moves in from the north, rain may turn to a wintry mix in some locations by Thursday evening. 09:26 AM
LaGuardia Airport Shuts Down After Plane Skids Off Runway
Passengers on board a Delta MD-80 encountered a scary landing at LaGuardia on Thursday. 01:39 PM
Seven Years Marked Since Murder of Eve Carson
Carson was shot and killed in Chapel Hill in 2008. 02:08 PM
ACC Tournament Shares Rich History With City of Greensboro
It began at the Sedgefield Inn when seven universities pulled out of the Southern Conference in May of 1953, and one month later the ACC was formed. In December, Virginia joined. Women have been playing in the ACC every year since 1978, a few years before the first NCAA championships for women. 01:30 PM