Time lapse shows 16 months of work in 2 1/2 minutes at the downtown Raleigh bus station. The $10 million project adds more than three dozen display monitors featuring real-time information for passengers, rest rooms, an information booth, ticket vending machines, bike racks, and a stairwell and elevator. Grand opening is scheduled for Tuesday, May 23 from 10a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Watch the GoRaleigh bus station renovation
This North Carolina taco joint fits Mexico in a take-out box
Blowback on Mallard Fillmore comic strip
Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral draws over 2000 worshippers for dedication and mass
See inside the awe-inspiring Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral
Police officer didn't want gator to be put down by trapper, so he caught it himself
Catholic Diocese of Raleigh opens doors to new cathedral today
Cutting the NC education department budget
Aaaaaayy, The Fonz is a pretty deep guy. Really.
Watch Japanese Taiko drumming groups coming to the NC Japan Summer Festival
2017 Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project
NCSU police chief on possible campus sexual assault
Zoe Pohlman, 12, took issue with the conservative comic artist's portrayal of rescue dogs, so she wrote a letter asking him to be more sensitive and better-informed. Bruce Tinsley, Mallard's creator, says no harm intended.
The noise of hammers and power drills was finally exchanged for the harmonies of a choir and the sweet sound of communion on Wednesday as more than 2,000 Catholic clergy and laypeople from across the Raleigh Diocese gathered for the dedication Wednesday of the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Take a look inside the Diocese of Raleigh’s new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral. The $45.7 million cathedral is shaped like a cross and has a capacity of 2,000, which makes it the same size as cathedrals in Philadelphia and Baltimore.
A Boynton Beach, Florida police officer took things into his own hands when responding to a nuisance alligator call. When he learned that a trapper would be delayed and most likely kill the gator, he caught it himself and released it back into the water.
After eight years of dreaming, planning, fundraising and building, the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh opens the doors today at the Holy Name of Jesus and “this new cathedral comes to life,” Bishop Michael Burbidge said during a press conference on the steps of the cathedral in Raleigh.
Video: Actor Henry Winkler, who played Fonzie on the TV show Happy Days, talks about what cool really is, how he came up with some of the famous lines, and his motivation for his children's book series, Here's Hank.
You can see Triangle Taiko and Triangle Special Taiko perform at N.C. Japan Summer Festival at the state fairgrounds. Triangle Taiko started out with players banging on trash cans while saving up for drums; now it has 30 members in the two clubs and more than 30 drums.
A fleet of boats crewed by 72 commercial watermen spread out along the North Carolina coast in January and collected 4,304 lost crab pots as part of the Lost Fishing Gear Recovery Project, which is a statewide effort to remove lost crab pots from North Carolina coastal waters.
Camera trap video footage shows wild red wolves in eastern North Carolina. Red wolves were reintroduced to NC in 1987 after being removed from the wild for safekeeping in the 1970's. The US Fish and Wildlife Service recently announced a plan to pull the remaining wild red wolves back to only federal lands in Dare County, a reduction from the current 5-county recovery area.
The Durham County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in its investigation of a home break-in that occurred on June 5 around 10 a.m. on Wood Sprite Court in Durham. Surveillance video shows three men rushing down a flight of stairs after removing the victim's television and wrist watch from the residence. The suspects gained entry through a side kitchen door. Durham CrimeStoppers at (919) 683-1200.
Video: N.C. State Chief of Police Jack Moorman tells reporters they are investigating an alleged sexual assault involving several people that occurred at Wolf Village apartments on the college campus Friday night.
The Word of Faith Fellowship used its two church branches in Brazil to siphon a steady flow of young laborers who came on tourist and student visas to its 35-acre compound in rural Spindale, North Carolina. The Brazilians often spoke little English when they arrived and many had their passports seized. "We're made to get up early, make the kids' breakfast, cook, do their beds, pick up their laundry," said Rebeca Melo, a former Word of Faith Fellowship member.
Surveillance video shows customer Cregg Jerri fighting off suspect Ryan Florez, who was armed with a knife, during a robbery attempt at a Starbucks in Fresno, Calif. The suspect, who was stabbed himself during the fight, got away but was later captured.
Cleveland fire chief Chris Ellington discusses the $30,000 North Carolina legislators earmarked this summer for Cleveland, a fast-growing crossroads community of shopping centers and subdivisions that does not govern itself and does not have a traditional downtown.