The Durham Bulls Athletic Park brings in an estimated $25 million to the local economy yearly, according to the Durham Convention and Visito…
Officials in a Triangle town say that a rally and ride about “Southern Heritage” this weekend is expected to draw about 1,500 people and pos…
Here is the news you need to know on Wednesday.
A teen seeking a kidney transplant and a professional cartoonist find they have much in common at Duke Hospital.
It’s a bizarre case that ended up leaving two kids in the custody of complete strangers.
The Florida home of Dr. Walter Palmer, who shot Cecil the lion, was spray-painted with “Lion killer!”
A California woman is berated for speaking Spanish at an IHOP.
Authorities in Cumberland County arrested 11 people after conducting an undercover operation focused on “prostitution and human trafficking,…
A business fire kept crews busy for hours on Tuesday evening in Goldsboro. The fire broke out around 6:30 p.m. at Aycock Tractor.
New rules for restaurants and bars with outdoor seating in Raleigh will go into effect August 14.
Pitt County Sheriff’s deputies continue their search for a teenager who they say escaped probation by cutting off her ankle bracelet.
Deputies in Pamlico County have arrested a Bayboro pastor and charged him with rape and child sex charges.
Obama’s plan to put new clean power rules in place is meeting with resistance in North Carolina.
Netflix is giving new parents a year of paid leave.
Lincoln County commissioners will no longer have a prayer, but instead a moment of silence.
One person was killed on I-85 Tuesday night.
An angler caught a huge 800 pound shark off of the Folly Beach coast Saturday.
In Fayetteville there are more than 160 community watch groups. They report to the city’s crime prevention specialists. It’s not just about …
Scores of dogs and cats that were rescued last month in Chatham County hoarding case are now being relocated to area shelters in preparation…
Hundreds of Animals taken from a Chatham County hoarding case are now in the process of getting ready to be adopted.
The Durham Police are now using Nextdoor.com to engage with citizens.
Durham uses National Night Out to connect police and community.
Whiteville police say citizen complaints about drug activity launched an investigation that led to the arrest of a married couple.