A total of $1.3 billion is spent annually on road repairs by the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
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Over 1,000 videos were submitted by students nationwide and judged on how creatively they show a solution to distracted driving.
Between 2005 and 2016, 165 pedestrians were struck and killed by cars in the Raleigh metro area.
If you want to travel from Cumberland County to Elizabethtown, plan on adding about 30 minutes to your drive.
“Call FBI, Chicken has been stolen,” a sign read that now sits where the beloved statue once stood.
Troopers investigated more than 57,300 crashes involving teens in 2016. That’s more than 155 crashes per day.
Chris Morris spends a few hours each week installing car seats outside UNC Rex Hospital.
Traffic reporter Ali Warshavsky wanted to know if there a difference between an accident, a crash and a wreck.
Alcohol-related crashes are on the rise in Harnett, Chatham, Vance and Granville counties.
Every yard tells a different story, but they are all inspired by one in particular.