North American eels travel thousands of miles of Atlantic Ocean to breed – many of them beginning their journey in North Carolina – before returning home. A North Carolina scientist is working to shed light on the mysterious creatures.
Raleigh’s Growth and Natural Resources Committee made its recommendation for backyard cottages, granny flats or accessory dwelling units. Raleigh Council members recommend an overlay district. The rules will go back to the full council.
Corporal punishment including spanking will be allowed in one North Carolina county after Robeson County’s board of education voted narrowly to disallow the practice. That leaves Graham County in western North Carolina as the only county that continues the practice.
North Carolina ranks fourth in the nation for lightning deaths. We have tips on how to stay safe when caught outside in a storm, and things you should and shouldn’t do inside your home when there’s lightning.
N.C. State football held a Victory Day football camp for members of GiGi’s Playhouse Raleigh, an achievement center for individuals with Down syndrome, at Carter-Finley Stadium on Tuesday, August 14, 2018.
Never let your dog eat mushrooms that grow in the wild. An NC State University Vet School veterinarian and toxicologist tells how to rid your yard of mushrooms, what poisoning symptoms to look for and what actions to take if your dog eats a toadstool.
How to watch Duke basketball games in Canada. Duke’s three exhibition games in Canada in August 2018, plus an eight-episode documentary, will be available on ESPN+, the network’s direct-to-consumer streaming subscription service.
J. Cole is behind Dreamville Festival, a daylong event that will be the first major concert event at Raleigh’s Dorothea Dix Park. Cole is a rapper from Fayetteville who has been hugely successful with five straight No. 1 albums, including this year’s “KOD.”
A man is accused of taking money for entertainment and sports tickets without delivering them to three Raleigh residents last year while he was on probation after swindling people in at least three North Carolina counties.
“Crazy Rich Asians,” which arrives in theaters this week, is the first time I’ve seen a movie on the big screen filled with characters who look like me and talk like me. It’s one victory against tokenism.
Crystal Mangum appears in Durham County Superior Court on Aug. 15, 2018 to defend her malicious prosecution lawsuit and other filings against the Durham Police Department and District Attorney’s Office related to a 2013 conviction.