Former Carolina Panther wide Rae Carruth was released from prison Oct. 22, 2018, after serving almost 19 years for conspiring to kill Cherica Adams. Adams was pregnant with Carruth's son Chancellor Lee at the time of the murder.
The NCDOT's road project will widen I-440 from just south of Walnut Street in Cary to north of Wade Avenue in Raleigh. It will include the replacement of the existing pavement and bridges along this segment, as well as upgraded interchanges.
The northern end of downtown Raleigh is changing fast, with the new Capital Boulevard bridge over Peace Street and the rising steel beams of a tower that will house a Publix grocery store and hundreds of apartments.
The Wall That Heals is a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., designed to travel to communities throughout the U.S. Since its dedication, has been displayed at nearly 600 communities throughout the nation.
Have you had your favorite fair food yet this year? The N.C. State Fair's culinary wonders won't be available after this weekend. Turkey legs, ears of corn, ribbon cut french fries, funnel cakes and more are all on the menu.
A North Carolina State Trooper was shot and killed just Wednesday, just south of the Columbus County town of Whiteville, and a suspect is in custody after a manhunt that ended at 4 a.m., says Highway Patrol.
Hillsborough Police officers have some fun trying to wrangle a squirrel with an injured leg into a box. Sergeant Jon Purvis and Officer Jason Dimitri were eventually successful and took the squirrel to Our Wild Neighbors animal rehab facility.
Filmmaker Rob Phillips is raising money to produce "Beyond Tobacco Road," a documentary about former ACC basketball stars David Noel, Shawan Robinson and Donald Williams who have all now become North Carolina high school teachers.
UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt issues a public apology for the university’s connections to slavery and injustice to African Americans during University Day at Memorial Hall in Chapel Hill Friday, Oct. 12, 2018.
Dozens of people showed up to the #BelieveSurvivors rally on UNC's campus in support of sexual assault survivors and Christine Blasey Ford. The crowd marched to fraternity court after hearing speakers' stories and statistics about sexual violence.
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