North Carolina's capital city is cleaning up after a night of protests over the death of George Floyd led to what the city's police chief described as “anarchy.”
7:20pm May 31, 2020Race Race
9:33am Mar 27, 2020News News
U.S. Census Bureau estimates show Wake County is now North Carolina's largest county.
10:25am Feb 28, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
North Carolina's Central Prison in Raleigh has named its first female warden.
3:33pm Feb 18, 2020Arts Arts
The National Lutheran Choir begins a rare tour of the southeast with stops in North Carolina this week.
2:42pm Oct 20, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
The North Carolina General Assembly could soon be done wrestling with legislation this year, but that doesn't mean they'll pin down a broad budget law or path forward on Medicaid expansion.
12:13pm May 16, 2018Education Education Politics & Government
The protest has been planned for weeks, with many of the state’s largest school systems shutting down for the day including Guilford County and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
9:32am Mar 09, 2017Crime Crime News Politics & Government
The North Carolina House announced bipartisan legislation Wednesday that aims to stop prosecuting some teens in adult court.
9:36am Jan 30, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
Hundreds of protesters packed the area outside Terminal 2 at RDU Airport on Sunday to speak out against President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration.
5:14pm Jan 11, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
The North Carolina General Assembly met Wednesday in Raleigh for its first session of the year.
1:02pm Dec 09, 2016Science Science
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7:00am Nov 25, 2016Science Science
Preserved Paleo Protein Provides Perspective on Dino Family Tree, and Maybe Life in Space. Wait. What?
You are a paleontologist on expedition hunting dinosaur fossils. For all your efforts, you’ve unearthed just a few bone fragments. Back at the lab, you and your team determine that, based on their shape and size, you’re looking at a colossal waste of time and resources. But a new tool is emerging which allows us to use dinosaur DNA to better understand prehistoric evolutionary trees. It may also help to find life on Mars, or treat human diseases.
9:45am Jun 15, 2016News News
A group of North Carolina Hispanic clergy members are speaking up about House Bill 2.