Click on the video above for a behind the scenes look as CBS North Carolina Chief Meteorologist Wes Hohenstein learns about bees, nature’s t…
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Carolina pine trees produce yellow pollen because that’s the color most insects see.
RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Humans need a barometer to measure the pressure outside. Bees? They are so sophisticated, they can sense weather chan…
Note in the Pocket, a local nonprofit, has helped provide clothing to impoverished and homeless school children in Wake County since 2005.
Since they started spaying and neutering in 2009, shelter intake is down by 50 percent in Cumberland County.
The Triangle Radio Reading Service was selected as the January 2017 WNCN 3-Degree Guarantee Charity, but they’ve been helping the blind and …
We’ve all said it or thought it before – ”People around here can’t drive in this weather.”
Sitting two miles above sea level, the lab has experienced temperatures of -40 degrees.
Humans in the cold? They don’t fare as well.
Watch how Chief Meteorologist Wes Hohenstein was able to shoot his most recent weather facts promo.