SAS technology enables blind to ‘visualize’ graphs
Ed Summers, senior manager of accessibility and applied assistive technology at SAS, discusses a new technology at SAS that allows the blind and visually impaired to understand graphs and charts using text descriptions, tables and sound.
The newsroom interns set out to see what would melt in the heat. The most promising contenders, a strawberry popsicle, chocolate gelato, and a stick of butter went head-to-head to see which would melt first.
A News & Observer / Charlotte Observer investigation found that low-income students with high test scores were often missing out on advanced classes. Lawmakers responded by approving a bill to address the problem. #ReadLocal at nando.com/readlocal.
Audio from a dashcam video shows SHP Sgt. R.W. Goswick instructing troopers Tabithia L. Davis and Michael G. Blake to not mention their use of force in the April 3 beating of a homeless man north of downtown Raleigh.
The N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh (delicately) traded out a replica 1903 Wright Flyer for a replica 1902 Wright Glider on Monday, June 18, 2018. The Flyer was on loan from Kitty Hawk while the Visitor Center was being renovated.
Harnett County science teacher Shawn Hicks had a close call with a lighting strike in Lillington, NC, while taking Facebook Live video of a storm he planned use in a lesson for students at Harnett Central Middle School.
Several Wintershaven Apartment residents are searching for a new place to live after their affordable apartments will turn into market rate apartments in August. The complex, 60 rooms located on the edge of downtown Raleigh, was purchased last year.