More Videos

Trump sows confusion over Russian hacking 2:09

Trump sows confusion over Russian hacking

Should Confederate monuments stay or go? 1:57

Should Confederate monuments stay or go?

Demonstrators drape ‘Silent Sam’ in black hood following Charlottesville violence 1:45

Demonstrators drape ‘Silent Sam’ in black hood following Charlottesville violence

Hurricane Maria is an increasing threat to NC Outer Banks 0:21

Hurricane Maria is an increasing threat to NC Outer Banks

NC State celebrates its victory over FSU 0:43

NC State celebrates its victory over FSU

UNC's Roy Williams on visiting White House: 'Let me think on it' 1:02

UNC's Roy Williams on visiting White House: 'Let me think on it'

Jennifer Lopez pleads for her Puerto Rican homeland 0:57

Jennifer Lopez pleads for her Puerto Rican homeland

Triangle doctor named one of the best in the country 1:47

Triangle doctor named one of the best in the country

Nick Brassington and Michael Burns talk Cardinal Gibbons' Wake County Cup title 1:23

Nick Brassington and Michael Burns talk Cardinal Gibbons' Wake County Cup title

Trump says any NFL player who sits during anthem is 'son of a bitch' and should be fired 0:51

Trump says any NFL player who sits during anthem is 'son of a bitch' and should be fired

  • Push for more trails on RDU land

    Outdoor enthusiasts are pushing for a system of more than 50 miles of trails and related businesses between Lake Crabtree County Park and William B. Instead State Park. The land is owned by Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Here Dave Anderson of Triangle Off-Road Cyclists talks about an effort to make that vision come to life.

Outdoor enthusiasts are pushing for a system of more than 50 miles of trails and related businesses between Lake Crabtree County Park and William B. Instead State Park. The land is owned by Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Here Dave Anderson of Triangle Off-Road Cyclists talks about an effort to make that vision come to life. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com
Outdoor enthusiasts are pushing for a system of more than 50 miles of trails and related businesses between Lake Crabtree County Park and William B. Instead State Park. The land is owned by Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Here Dave Anderson of Triangle Off-Road Cyclists talks about an effort to make that vision come to life. Kathryn Trogdon ktrogdon@newsobserver.com

Use the RDU forest tract for recreation, not industry

September 14, 2017 9:39 AM