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The man behind “Tomb Raider’s” music is Raleigh-based composer Jason Graves, who decided that the score need to be like nothing gamers have …
A new study on cancer is looking for people to make a long-term commitment to the study.
Wake County's water quality director outlined a number of recommendations Monday.
Bob Starkes spends most Wednesdays on the road and on a mission. He picks up as many as 16 meals at Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church in Ral…
Applications are soaring for charter schools in North Carolina.
Gov. Pat McCrory is ready to sign a handful of bills, including a measure that prevents the state for now from participating in parts of the…
WNCN participated in the United Way of the Greater Triangle's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service on Jan. 21.
A Goldsboro company says drones will be common in the future.
In 1979, Brenda Hogarth heard Meals on Wheels was in need of drivers. Thirty-three years later, she's still driving.
John Anthony has been volunteering with the United Way of the Triangle for 17 years, and he is able to use his expertise as a banker to help…
Fire damaged a home at 12600 Old Creedmoor Road.
It's the Battle of the Bands, with a local twist.
South Carolina is adding sand volleyball for women.
The Pope leaves the Vatican on Thursday.