The new app Pokemon Go is attracting people all over the nation, including Raleigh, North Carolina residents. Some players were gathered in Nash Square in downtown Raleigh on the morning of July 11, and explained how to play the game.
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Pokemon Go players explain how to play
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri trailer
Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve” tour 2017 comes to Raleigh
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Final Vision Trailer
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Matt Lauer says sorry in statement on firing and sexual misconduct allegations
Avengers: Infinity War
2018 Record of the Year Grammy nominees
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The Grammy’s have embraced Hip Hop and R&B for its 2018 nominations. Jay-Z has earned eight nominations while Kendrick Lamar picked up seven. Other nominees include; Childish Gambino, Bruno Mars and Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee.
Raleigh Little Theater's Tim Cherry and Dennis Poole have played the role of Cinderella’s conniving stepsisters for 20 years, making them the favorites in one of Raleigh’s longest-running holiday shows.
Veteran journalist Charlie Rose has been accused of unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate behavior by eight women. In a Washington Post report, three women accused Rose of groping them, walking naked in front of them and relating an erotic dream. PBS has halted distribution of Rose's interview program and CBS News has suspended him.
Grammy-winning record producer has a side-hustle as a career university professor at Duke University and NC Central University. He's produced records with stars Kendrick Lamar, Beyonce, Mary J. Blige and others.
WRAL’s cameras will be set up at the corner of West Edenton and Hillsborough Streets and will start earlier than WTVD’s coverage – at 9:30 a.m. The two and a half hour broadcast will be commercial free.