Join two-year-old Paul Horne as he plays with the Historic Oakwood Second Line Band during the Kirby Derby at Dorothea Dix Park in Raleigh, N.C. Saturday, August 26, 2017. Paul's parents, Jason Horne and Eva Feucht, are members of the band.
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.
Staff Sgt. Adel Manuel Abudayeh, who served 14 years in the Marines and was injured in Iraq in 2004 and Afghanistan in 2009, talks about using art to tell the story that he cannot express with words. Abudayeh's clay sculpture, 'Peace At Last,' is
Hundreds attended the first ever Mud Day at Walnut Creek Wetland Park in Raleigh, NC Saturday, June 3, 2017. Attendees could, among other things, play in the mud pit, make mud pies, paint with soil paint and go dipping for macro-invertebrates in W
VIDEO: For 29 years, Mike Phillips and his crew with Men at Work Car Care Center have been washing cars, waxing hoods and cracking jokes near downtown Raleigh. In 2011, Phillips set up shop at the corner of South Saunders and West South streets, a
VIDEO: Raleigh service specialist Mike Robinson Jr. talks about the dangers of picking up yard waste in black plastic bags. Starting May 1st, crews will no longer pick up yard waste in black plastic bags because they can’t see the potential danger
VIDEO: Raleigh Fire Chief John McGrath talks about the fire that destroyed the unfinished Metropolitan apartment building downtown and damaged other nearby residential buildings. McGrath says the fire, one of the largest in Raleigh in a century, c
Over 7000 people participated in the 13th annual Krispy Kreme Challenge in Raleigh, NC Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017. The challenge dares runners to trek 2.5 miles from the Memorial Bell Tower on N.C. State’s campus, eat a dozen doughnuts, and then run 2
VIDEO: Fireworks welcome the 2017 New Year for the early countdown during First Night Raleigh, a celebration that brought a pop-up wedding chapel, miniature golf and a pair of fireworks shows as the city’s copper acorn dropped.
Across Pender Street from Earl Cannon’s home, what was once a row of run-down structures is now a field of freshly turned dirt dotted with pipes and water meters – the first sign of new homes about to be built.