More Videos

Watch the eclipse pass through Raleigh in 30 seconds 0:43

Watch the eclipse pass through Raleigh in 30 seconds

Cash missing from Wake Register of Deeds grows to $895,000    1:02

Cash missing from Wake Register of Deeds grows to $895,000

Searching for Isaac Hunter's Tavern 1:37

Searching for Isaac Hunter's Tavern

Emotions run high at 'Silent Sam' protest at UNC 1:44

Emotions run high at 'Silent Sam' protest at UNC

How to give your child a healthy start to the school year 1:20

How to give your child a healthy start to the school year

‘You can call them slaves if you want to... I would call them workers,’ Alamance commissioner says 1:16

‘You can call them slaves if you want to... I would call them workers,’ Alamance commissioner says

NC State police chief discusses information leading to disciplinary actions on football players                  3:29

NC State police chief discusses information leading to disciplinary actions on football players

UNC’s Silent Sam has long been a flash point 1:38

UNC’s Silent Sam has long been a flash point

Trump rallies base in Arizona 2:53

Trump rallies base in Arizona

This student didn't have home internet, so he couldn't do homework. Now he has it, thanks to Sprint. 3:01

This student didn't have home internet, so he couldn't do homework. Now he has it, thanks to Sprint.

  • ABC Pie Company: Inspired by a son's military service

    Pam Runyans started baking pies to ease the worry after her son was deployed to Iraq in 2005. As her baking progressed she started the ABC Pie Company, named for her three children Abigail, Bob and Camille, all members of the military.

Pam Runyans started baking pies to ease the worry after her son was deployed to Iraq in 2005. As her baking progressed she started the ABC Pie Company, named for her three children Abigail, Bob and Camille, all members of the military. Robert WIllett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Pam Runyans started baking pies to ease the worry after her son was deployed to Iraq in 2005. As her baking progressed she started the ABC Pie Company, named for her three children Abigail, Bob and Camille, all members of the military. Robert WIllett rwillett@newsobserver.com

Raleigh woman’s pie business inspired by son’s military service

November 10, 2015 5:21 PM