RDU airport seeks to minimize disruptions from parking deck repairs
Michael Landguth, Raleigh-Durham International Airport's president and CEO, talks about maintenance and repair work that will begin in the airport's main parking structure Monday. The project is expected to run through the end of the year and coul
The NC Department of Transportation is putting up another sign commemorating UNC's 2017 national basketball championship, this time in a spot on Interstate 40 it hopes rival NC State University fans find a more respectful distance from PNC Arena.
For 26 years, Durham chef Scott Howell lived his dream of owning and running a restaurant, the acclaimed fine dining Nana's. At the end of the month, Howell, an eight-time James Beard Award semifinalist, says he will close his flagship restaurant.
On June 1, Sandra McCullen and her neighbors, who live in a homeless camp at the intersection of West Chapel Hill Street and NC-147, received government notices that they were to leave the area or face arrest.
Durham five-year-old Aubrey Christina Toby was tired of waiting in line at her Christian Prep Academy Pre-K graduation on Saturday, so she danced her way across the stage and the crowd loved every second of it.
Rosemary and John Abram live on a fixed income. Their apartment building on Morehead Ave. in Durham, NC was sold to a company in Texas in 2017. On April 1, 2018 they were given 30 days to vacate or apply for a renovated, more expensive unit.
Zoo Knoxville announced the birth of eight critically endangered red wolf pups. The pups, 5 males and 3 females, were born on Thursday, May 10, to mother Leah and father T.O. Knoxville is one of 43 breeding facilities in the U.S. for red wolves.