A 23-year-old Durham woman was charged with murder after cops found a man's body in the trunk of her car on September 13. 

In our storm watch, Hurricane Ian could bring up to 6 inches of rainfall and wind gusts of up to 50mph in the Triangle.

The City and County of Durham will recognize business relationships for small- and minority-owned businesses in October during a free event in observance of 2022 Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week. Each year, MED Week nationally celebrates the achievements of minority entrepreneurs and affirms the commitment of governments, businesses, and community organizations to the principle of […]

Teen Programs is hosting “Ball Out”, an open gym for teens. Sessions will be held at the locations below. Participants must be ages 12-17 to play. Registration is free. Visit reclink.raleighnc.gov and search “Ball Out” or register here. Ball Out Open Gym Schedule •  Mondays: John Chavis Memorial Park Community Center from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. […]

A new study by education site Niche just revealed the best public high schools in the country… and a local school is at the top of the list! As reported by Fox 8, the site combines ratings from students, parents and alumni with quantitative data to determine their rankings. Based on their findings, Niche determined […]

Last weekend, Fayetteville State University celebrated the installation of Darrell T. Allison as their 12th Chancellor and CEO.

Central and Eastern North Carolinians are preparing for some possibly detrimental rainfall from Hurricane Ian as early as Thursday night.

Comedian Rod of God (aka Rod Allison) checks in with Melissa Wade during her Light Lunch! He talks about bringing the laughs during Fayetteville State’s Installation Weekend, honoring his brother, Chancellor Darrell Allison. You can catch him during their Night of Music & Laughter on Sunday!

It looks like we’re getting a new music venue for Raleigh residents to partake in! https://twitter.com/WRAL/status/1572612628798705669?s=20&t=5-KT0OItFGD38w-kv51sMg On Wednesday (Sept. 21), Developer Kane Reality and AEG Presents event management announced that they have signed a lease for a new venue for the Downtown South Entertainment District, as reported by WRAL. “We are thrilled to partner with […]

This weekend, Fayetteville State University is set to celebrate the installation of its 12th Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer, Darrell T. Allison, J.D. Melissa Wade chats with Chancellor Allison about the weekend ahead and what he is planning for the future of FSU! For more information about the installation, visit Fayetteville State’s website! 

It looks like the 2027 World University Games could be making their way to the Triangle! WRAL Sports Fan reports that Gov. Roy Cooper has officially signed a proclamation, expressing the desire to serve as the host city of the World University Games, the second-largest international athletic competition after the Olympics. In a press conference […]

After 70 years, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is now set to move its headquarters from the only place they’ve called home. As reported by WRAL Sports Fan, the league announced in a press conference on Tuesday (Sept. 20) that the ACC Headquarters will move from Greensboro to Uptown Charlotte. It will be housed in […]