Thousands of teens across the triangle are getting ready to graduate from high school, but an up tick in teen suicides is keeping many from ever reaching that day.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention More>>
Fort Bragg's Chapter of Team Red, White and Blue is participating in the organization's national "Workout of the Day for Warriors" as a Memorial Day tribute. More>>
The biographer whose extramarital affair with then-CIA director David Petraeus triggered his resignation says she regrets the relationship and the harm and grief it caused her family. More>>
The city of Fayetteville is working to put together an Independence Day celebration to make up for the cancellation of Fort Bragg's annual celebration. Now help is coming because the city won a national contest. More>>
Local leaders, business owners and residents gathered at Jordan Lake Friday to urge lawmakers to reject a bill that would repeal a 2009 cleanup plan for the lake. More>>
Memorial Day events, ceremonies and celebrations in Fayetteville, Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
The North Carolina chapter of the NAACP is calling for a mass rally June 3 to continue its series of weekly protests. More>>
Government health officials are investigating cases involving patients who suffered complications after being injected with potentially contaminated medications made by a Tennessee specialty pharmacy. More>>
Motorists in North Carolina can hit the road without too many headaches for the Memorial Day weekend. More>>
In light of the Washington Bridge collapse the NC DOT is sending a strong message to drivers about their bridges saying "If it's open, it's safe". More>>
Supporters of North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis have formed an independent committee to support his potential U.S. Senate bid next year. More>>
The Sanderson, Broughton, Athens Drive and Orange high school bands will march in a parade Monday in Washington.
This may be hard to believe in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, but an annual list of the best beaches in the country has a New York beach ranked No. 1.
A bill blocking a University of North Carolina policy allowing students to choose roommates of the opposite sex has found new life in the state Senate budget. More>>
A bill blocking a gender-neutral housing policy at the University of North Carolina has found new life in the state Senate budget after failing to meet a key deadline. More>>
The 'Old Guard' places flags at Arlington National Cemetery to get ready for Memorial Day. More>>
A truck hauling an oversized load struck an overhead bridge girder on the major interstate between Seattle and Canada, sending a section of the span and two vehicles into the Skagit River below.
The man who famously put down his Big Mac to help rescue three women held captive for years in a Cleveland house will get free McDonald's for the next year, a company spokeswoman confirmed Thursday. More>>
Thieves can easily see what you post on sites such as Facebook and Twitter, that includes where you are and how long you're going to be there – if you choose to post it. More>>
Jim Dean has been named to the No. 2 leadership position at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. More>>
Raleigh police are investigating a stabbing that took place on Poole Road early Friday morning. More>>
Police in Farmville are looking for a father they say burned his 3-month-old child. More>>
Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred Thursday afternoon at a SunTrust bank in Durham. More>>
The Boy Scouts of America's National Council has voted to ease a long-standing ban and allow openly gay boys to be accepted as Scouts. More>>
Shoppers in the U.S. will soon have more information about where their meat comes from after new federal labeling rules went into effect Thursday. More>>
A day after she refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing, Lois Lerner has been replaced as director the Internal Revenue Service division that oversaw agents who targeted tea party groups. More>>
A measure championed by U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan adds $5 million in new funding to the 2013 farm bill to help root out crop insurance fraud. More>>
Raleigh City Council named a new interim city manager a little more than month after it announced it would not renew City Manager J. Russell Allen's employment contract. More>>
"Collabortition" was the word of the day at Thursday's annual State of the Research Triangle Region presentation. More>>
Federal forecasters are predicting yet another busy hurricane season. More>>
A North Carolina House panel recommended a bill Wednesday that buys time for the city of Raleigh to renegotiate a lease for the 325-acre Dorothea Dix property with the state. More>>
Visitors to the Jersey shore this weekend will find many of their favorite beaches and boardwalks ready for summer, thanks to a massive rebuilding effort after Superstorm Sandy. While several neighborhoods More>>
The jury in the Shaniya Davis case continued to deliberate Thursday. More>>
A baby is found dead in Georgia, and police say the parents ingested meth the night before. More>>
A North Carolina mother had her son arrested for allegedly stealing her Pop-tarts. More>>
A month after four-term Fayetteville Mayor Tony Chavonne announced that he would not seek re-election, four candidates have tossed their names into the hat for the city's top seat. More>>
Major changes could be coming to your child's classroom if some State Senators get their way.
Senate Republicans are about ready to hand off their North Carolina state budget proposal to their counterparts in the House. More>>
The decision by the Army means the family of Bordeaux can get survivor benefits. More>>
Teachers and other nine-month school at Fort Bragg are subject to up to five day at the start of the 2013-14 school year. More>>
The Durham Police Department is investigating an apparent domestic murder-suicide Wednesday afternoon in the parking lot of an office complex on Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard. More>>
Sen. Thom Goolsby is the primary sponsor on legislation to repeal the Racial Justice Act, which delays a death row sentence to determine if race was a factor. More>>
The Obama administration confirmed Wednesday that a Raleigh man wanted on federal terrorism charges was killed in an overseas drone strike. More>>
The North Carolina government budget written by Senate Republicans has passed following a fiercely partisan debate that mostly focused upon a yet-to-be-detailed tax overhaul plan and on Medicaid. More>>
The Obama administration acknowledged for the first time Wednesday that four American citizens have been killed in drone strikes in Pakistan and Yemen since 2009. More>>
Raleigh police have charged three people in the May 14 murder of 30-year-old Melissa Huggins-Jones. More>>
The Helping Hand Mission in Raleigh is packing up supplies to send to Oklahoma tornado victims. More>>
The City of Raleigh may ban pets from certain parts of public parks after hearing concerns from pet owners.
A new study says more teens die from texting while driving than driving drunk. In fact, 9 percent more teens are killed while texting behind the wheel than from drunk driving. More>>
A 16-year-old arrested connection with the murder of Maria Isabel Saravia and Jose Samuel Mendoza Flores will be tried as an adult. More>>
Emergency vehicles are on the scene of an accident involving a school bus at Atlantic Ave. and Forest Oaks Drive ear Spring Forest Road in Raleigh. More>>
Search warrants related to the death of Jamie Hahn on April 22 show that Jonathan Broyhill admitted to being involved in the murder. More>>
Defense attorney Butch Pope argued Wednesday that there is not enough evidence to convict Mario McNeill.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has announced that they will be launching a special inspection at Harris nuclear plant to further assess the discovery of a quarter-inch flaw on a reactor vessel head. More>>
North Carolina lawmakers and passersby stopped to take in a display of Tesla Motors' award-winning electric cars Wednesday as the company presses against a bill in the General Assembly that effectively outlaws Tesla's Internet-based sales model.
Two men are accused of hitting another man in the head with guns during an armed robbery in Durham early Wednesday morning. More>>
An audit of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services says it has failed to fully test a new $484 million computer system scheduled to begin processing Medicaid claims on July 1. More>>
The Oklahoma Insurance Department says a preliminary damage estimate could top $2 billion for the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore. More>>
A year-end prank saw students raise a Confederate battle flag outside a Forsyth County high school. More>>
Researchers in Britain say a drug that's used to treat Diabetes can help people with Parkinson's disease. More>>
A new kind of bionic limb is could be life changing for amputees. More>>
Wake County announces the three finalists to replace Tony Tata, who was fired last fall. More>>
Fayetteville Police recovered a body in a wooded area at Fort Bragg. More>>
A hefty North Carolina state budget proposal written by Senate Republicans is likely to pass by a comfortable margin in a chamber where GOP members outnumber Democrats by nearly 2 to 1. More>>
The EPA returned to Wake Forest to answer questions from residents whose lives were affected by water contaminated with a cancer-causing chemical called TCE. More>>
A new technology area known as "Chatham Park" near Pittsboro is seeking official approvals for its newly revised master plan. More>>
A fire has hit what is believed to be an apartment building east of Raleigh.
The North Carolina budget sought by Senate Republicans would eliminate the law that lays out how the state lottery's net proceeds should be distributed for education. More>>
The Senate's budget transfers about half of the SBI's 423 positions to the Department of Public Safety under Secretary Kieran Shanahan, a McCrory appointee. More>>
The North Carolina House has passed a bill paving the way for tolls, but only if the state maintains free lanes. More>>
Parents, teachers and principals watched in horror as an elementary school in Oklahoma was destroyed, trapping students inside. It has led many to ask, how safe are Triangle students? More>>
North Carolina senators want to spend two percent more in next year's budget, but the programs they are cutting back on are turning heads. More>>
Plaza Towers Elementary bore the brunt of the massive tornado that hit Moore, Okla.
Senate Republicans pushed their state spending proposal through a pair of committees Tuesday, but not before giving Democrats and advocacy groups plenty to pick at when it comes to reshaping public school funding and raising fees. More>>
Cumberland County District Attorney Billy West took nearly three hours Tuesday morning to summarize his case against Mario McNeill. More>>
North Carolina's attorney general wants to be sure that people who choose to donate money to help with tornado relief in Oklahoma aren't being taken by scam artists instead. More>>
The Xbox One promises to be the one system households will need for games, television, movies and other entertainment. More>>
The 30-year-old man had been racing Saturday when he crashed and then was dragged by another car. More>>