• Wake Schools equip parents with social media training By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    WAKE SCHOOLS EQUIP PARENTS WITH SOCIAL MEDIA TRAINING

    The internet can easily become a source of crisis in many families, but Wake County school educators are helping parents learn how...

  • Popular downtown Raleigh bar to close after 11 years By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    POPULAR DOWNTOWN RALEIGH BAR TO CLOSE AFTER 11 YEARS

    After 11 years in downtown Raleigh, Deep South The Bar will close next month on New Year's Eve.

    OutAndAbout
  • Gardner: It's a sunny, cold Thanksgiving forecast By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    GARDNER: IT'S A SUNNY, COLD THANKSGIVING FORECAST

    Tuesday will be another mild day before temperatures get chilly just in time for Thanksgiving vacation.

    Weather
  • Goldsboro principal found dead in woods after student rape accusations By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    GOLDSBORO PRINCIPAL FOUND DEAD IN WOODS AFTER STUDENT RAPE ACCUSATIONS

    While Goldsboro police spent the weekend looking for Richard Omar Knight, a charter school principal who was accused of raping a 12-year-old...

    News
  • 13 years later, family of man shot in Fayetteville barber shop gathers again seeking answers By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    13 YEARS LATER, FAMILY OF MAN SHOT IN FAYETTEVILLE BARBER SHOP GATHERS AGAIN SEEKING ANSWERS

    The family of a Fayetteville barber killed more than a decade ago is begging the community for answers.

    News
  • State weighs changes to bail system to reduce burden on the poor By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    STATE WEIGHS CHANGES TO BAIL SYSTEM TO REDUCE BURDEN ON THE POOR

    Members of the North Carolina Courts Commission are gathering information about the need for changes to the state's pretrial release...

  • 'It's time for change:' Community welcomes incoming Wake County sheriff By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    'IT'S TIME FOR CHANGE:' COMMUNITY WELCOMES INCOMING WAKE COUNTY SHERIFF

    Community activists on Monday celebrated Gerald Baker, who ran with little name recognition for Wake County sheriff against a four-term...

    News
  • Duke University students may have been exposed to bacterial meningitis By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    DUKE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS MAY HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO BACTERIAL MENINGITIS

    A Duke University undergraduate student has been hospitalized with a case of bacterial meningitis, according to school officials.

    News
  • Athens student returns the kindness he was once shown By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    ATHENS STUDENT RETURNS THE KINDNESS HE WAS ONCE SHOWN

    Athens Drive Magnet High School student Gilberto Hernandez Cruz collected 250 pounds of food benefiting the Backpack Buddies program.

    Food, News
  • Swastika painted over mural on Duke's popular 'graffiti bridge' By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    SWASTIKA PAINTED OVER MURAL ON DUKE'S POPULAR 'GRAFFITI BRIDGE'

    An anti-Semitism symbol of hate was found was on the Duke University campus for the third time this semester.

    News
  • Man who strangled wife, killed his 2 girls sentenced to life By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    MAN WHO STRANGLED WIFE, KILLED HIS 2 GIRLS SENTENCED TO LIFE

    A man who strangled his pregnant wife and suffocated their two young daughters wanted to escape his marriage and growing family, prosecutors...

    News
  • Fort Bragg dining halls prepare to serve hundreds on Thanksgiving By WRAL   -   Nov 20, 2018

    FORT BRAGG DINING HALLS PREPARE TO SERVE HUNDREDS ON THANKSGIVING

    On Monday, 15 dining halls on Fort Bragg began preparing for one of the largest meals of the holiday season, Thanksgiving.

    News
  • State weighs changes to bail system to reduce burden on the poor By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    STATE WEIGHS CHANGES TO BAIL SYSTEM TO REDUCE BURDEN ON THE POOR

    Members of the NC Courts Commission are gathering information about the need for changes to the state's pretrial release laws. The...

  • By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    SOUTH VIEW TEACHER, COACH SUSPENDED AFTER SNAPCHAT ALLEGATION

    A South View teacher and soccer coach is out of the classroom while school leaders and law enforcement look into a claim that he send...

    Soccer, News
  • O'Fishel Forecast: El Niño complicates winter weather outlook By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    O'FISHEL FORECAST: EL NIÑO COMPLICATES WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK

    There's a special ingredient that could play tricks on the temperatures and snowfall amounts this winter in the Triangle, according...

    Weather
  • Man charged with attempted murder in Wayne County shooting By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    MAN CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED MURDER IN WAYNE COUNTY SHOOTING

    A Goldsboro man has been charged in connection with a Saturday shooting in Wayne County.

    News
  • DOT readies supplies, trucks for winter's snow By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    DOT READIES SUPPLIES, TRUCKS FOR WINTER'S SNOW

    While most North Carolinians are preparing this week for the Thanksgiving holiday, the state Department of Transportation is preparing...

    Weather
  • Goldsboro principal accused of raping 12-year-old student found dead in woods By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    GOLDSBORO PRINCIPAL ACCUSED OF RAPING 12-YEAR-OLD STUDENT FOUND DEAD IN WOODS

    While Goldsboro police spent the weekend looking for Richard Omar Knight, a charter school principal who was accused of raping a 12-year-old...

    News
  • Highway Patrol: Person stepped into path of tractor trailer on I-40 By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    HIGHWAY PATROL: PERSON STEPPED INTO PATH OF TRACTOR TRAILER ON I-40

    A person was killed Monday in a crash involving a tractor trailer on I-40 in Johnston County.

    Traffic
  • Raleigh's pay-what-you-can cafe gets national recognition on Today By WRAL   -   Nov 19, 2018

    RALEIGH'S PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN CAFE GETS NATIONAL RECOGNITION ON TODAY

    Raleigh's only pay-what-you-can café will be getting national attention this week.

    OutAndAbout