(Note: No audio in video) Donald Trump Jr. released an email chain on Tuesday that shows him discussing plans to hear damaging information on Hillary Clinton. In a statement, he said was posting the emails "in order to be totally transparent." The emails
Raleigh Fire Chief John McGrath said the fire that destroyed the five-story apartment building in March was so intense that investigators could find little evidence to determine what started the blaze.
Kahlil Robinson of Raleigh’s Station One was one of the first firefighters on scene when a massive March 16 fire destroyed the Metropolitan apartment project that was under construction and damaged several surrounding buildings, forcing residents to evacu
Raleigh firefighters continued to hose down hot spots Friday morning after a fire that destroyed a construction project and damaged several surrounding buildings. The fire started Thursday night and forced the evacuation of several buildings.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was extensively investigated by the NCAA for a system of fake classes taken by thousands of students, roughly half of them athletes, that spanned three decades.
A 2015 video from the Waterkeeper Alliance shows a small rally held in Raleigh, NC in protest of "the bad press the hog industry has been receiving for its pollution practices. The citizens of North Carolina do not want to put this industry out of business, but they are interested in stopping pollution. Our water, air and communities are suffering. It's time to get rid of the cesspools (lagoons) and spray field method of waste disposal; the technology is available and affordable. Governor Pat McCrory should be leading the way, not getting in the way of reform."
Donna Kay Smith of Raleigh lives close enough to the Dix property to see it every day, a constant reminder of the good care her severely mentally ill son received there that no longer exists. Read her entire piece at newsobserver.com/opinion.
Inspired by the #MeToo movement and the fall of Harvey Weinstein, three women who previously accused President Donald Trump of sexual assault and harassment have now called on Congress to open an investigation into the president. Trump faced dozens of allegations of sexual-misconduct, which he has denied.