Hundreds rally in support of Ukraine in NC capital
On Sunday, more than 300 people gathered at the state capitol in Raleigh for the "Stand with Ukraine rally." There were speeches by elected officials and others, traditional music performances, lot
Ukrainian swimmer to compete for more than titles at NCAAs in Greensboro
A Ukrainian college athlete is set to compete in this week's NCAA Division
American Revolution Trail Proposal For Carolinas Highlights Triad Sites
A trail that plans to recognize the Carolinas' pivotal role in the American Revolution would run through the heart of the Triad.
Oldest Marine Dies in NC At 107
Dorothy Schmidt Cole, recognized last year as the oldest living U.S. Marine, has died at age 107.
Local Veterans Connect Virtually To Commemorate Memorial Day
As Memorial Day approaches, veterans are among the groups of people who will not be able to come together in person in remembrance of those lost.
NC Vets Share Wartime Photos And The Memories They Brought Home
A new book brings a fresh look at the Vietnam War through powerful images — a collection of photographs taken by the American soldiers who fought there — unearthed and brought together in this comp
North Carolina Military Bases Set To Lose $80M In Project Funding
President Trump's plans to divert money from military projects to border wall construction mean North Carolina bases could lose over $80 million in funding.
Collaboration Brings Veterans' Stories To New Audience
A performance this weekend is capturing the stories of veterans.
Veterans Group Commemorates D-Day 74 Years Later
Hundreds of veterans from all branches of the military gathered in Welcome, North Carolina, Wednesday morning.