A teenager was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries Sunday after he was struck by a vehicle on Raleigh Boulevard.
Police say a Durham man was stabbed to death Saturday during what appears to have been an argument.
Former patients of UNC Children's Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit were reunited Sunday with the doctors and nurses who cared for them.
Volunteers with Ainsley's Angels helped more than a dozen people with various disabilities complete the second annual Canes 5k race.
A Sanford woman says her neighbor of 30 years died early Sunday morning in a house fire
One person was killed Sunday morning in a single-vehicle wreck on U.S. Route 70 in Durham, North Carolina State Highway Patrol officials said.
An exhibition of more than 50 works by artist Joan Miro (hwahn meer OH') is opening at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University.
Raleigh homicide detectives have arrested and charged Darius Lamont Watkins, 19, with the murder of Casty St. Louis.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus police responded to a strong arm robbery early Sunday morning and the university is operating under an alert condition. The robbery does not pose an immediate threat to health or safety, campus police said.
Cumberland County deputies are investigating a domestic disturbance that resulted in one death and one injury.
Durham police are asking for assistance in locating 18-year-old Traquan Marquez Adams in connection with home break-ins.
The annual Farm Aid concert is in Raleigh with performances by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and others.
A group in Durham is trying to cut down on underage drinking one store at a time.
Police are investigating a homicide that occurred Friday evening in Raleigh.
The issue of domestic violence has taken center stage due in part to the release of a video showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée in the face in a hotel elevator. Women, though, are not the only victims.
Two children and one adult were taken to the hospital following an accident Friday involving a Durham Public Schools bus.
Two students at Gray's Greek High School were charged after authorities said they posted a video online threatening to shoot other students.
The State Bureau of Investigation says a Red Springs police lieutenant is accused of fraudulently obtaining narcotic painkillers in four counties.
Campus police say that a kidnapping and sexual assault that allegedly occurred late Thursday night never actually happened.
A former Raleigh resident, known for the wild parties held at his “party mansion” in North Raleigh, was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for tax fraud, healthcare fraud and money laundering crimes, according to a United States Department of Justice release.
A bicycle rodeo scheduled for Saturday in Fayetteville has been moved to Sept. 27 because of inclement weather.
The WNCN Blitz team moved to Cardinal Gibbons Friday morning as the Crusaders get ready for their showdown with Broughton High School.
Former state budget director Art Pope hopes his new grocery store will fill a void in a neighborhood with little access to fresh food.
Three children suffered minor injuries Friday morning when a school bus crashed head on with a pickup truck in Durham.
N.C. Central University is recognizing its young alumni for outstanding achievement and leadership.
A judge says the owners of a "modern" home in the Oakwood neighborhood can finish building their dream home without interruption.
The Durham County Sheriff's Office said Thursday it installed 31 in-car cameras in its vehicles.
Parents and teachers want to keep their Mills Park school on a traditional calendar.
Activate Good helped turned the 13th anniversary of 9/11 into a positive in Raleigh.
Police say a man is in serious condition after he was shot Thursday while sitting on his front porch in Fayetteville.
Officials are proposing a $70,000 fine for a Cary company that owns a manufacturing plant where a machine crushed a worker's hand.
The assault and battery case involving Charlotte Hornets rookie guard P.J. Hairston has been rescheduled for Nov. 14.
Police say a man died Thursday after the motorcycle he was driving was hit by a van on South Saunders Street.
Students from St. Augustine's university gathered to remember 9/11 Thursday.
Downtown Fayetteville was the scene of a mock hazardous waste spill Thursday morning as various agencies practiced their response.
UNC said its Office of Student Affairs has concluded its probe into an Aug. 4 incident involving football players at Aloft Hotel.
Kevin Bond says Facebook offered him $10,000 in ad money after the website deemed a photo of his 2-month-old son "scary, gory."
Cary police on Thursday released photos and video of a man wanted for an armed robbery at a gas station.
Good food and music are some of the highlights of attending the 2014 Greek Festival, which takes place this weekend at the Jim Graham Building on the N.C. State Fairgrounds.
The 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade is the only brigade on Fort Bragg without a monument honoring its soldiers who died in service.
Renters in a Durham complex say the city threatened to cut off their water because the homeowners association has not paid its utility bill.
A Greensboro father says Facebook rejected his ad because it deemed a photo of his 2-month-old son "scary, gory or sensational."
The eyes of the nation will turn to President Barack Obama Wednesday as he will outline an expanded military and political effort to combat ISIS in Syria and Iraq.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell paid a visit to Wake Forest High School Wednesday to discuss Heads Up Football with the Cougars football team.
Durham police are trying to locate a missing 17-year-old girl last seen at Northern High School around noon Sept. 3.
Many organizations around North Carolina are remembering Sept. 11 through community service.
Several businesses are closed because of a possible fuel spill in Wake Forest.
Chapel Hill-based Lost in the Trees announced it will take a break from touring following its show at the Haw River Ballroom.
N.C. State University plans to sell most of the Hoffman Forest to a company that specializes in sustainable timber management.
Employees from Mr. Handyman volunteered at the Garner Road Community Center on Wednesday.
The CEO sleep-over is Thursday night in Durham.
September is National Little League Month, which means it is the perfect time for a baseball-themed party.
We all know how important it is to keep baby safe, which is why September has been named National Baby Safety Month.
A fantastic and enthusiastic crowd came out at Cleveland High as WNCN Blitz's Friday morning pep rally moved to the Johnston County school.
T-Mobile uses can now text to 9-1-1 in Durham.
Crews in Raleigh are working around the clock to clear flood water on Durham Drive near Tryon Road so dialysis patients can get the treatment they need Wednesday morning.
Fayetteville police said a man who was shot Tuesday on Callahan Circle after he attempted to resist being robbed by two suspects died Wednesday morning from his injuries.
Plans for a new 18-story office tower on Raleigh's Six Forks Road is already giving some people a traffic headache.
A water main break Tuesday in Chapel Hill has left residents on Carr Street without water until repairs can be completed.
Durham police announced a CrimeStoppers reward is being offered for information that helps lead to the arrest in the armed robbery of a Subway restaurant Sept. 7.
Police say a man was killed Tuesday when he was hit by a passenger train in Durham.
St. Augustine's University's head football coach Michael Costa and defensive coordinator Tremayne Henry could hardly believe their eyes.
A man wanted for shooting three people was found Tuesday hiding in a clothes dryer with his dreadlocks hanging out of the machine.
Dozens of paratroopers based at Fort Bragg said goodbye to their families and departed for Afghanistan on Tuesday.
The Ray Rice video has sparked a national conversation about domestic abuse.
Recognizing a growing need for quick and easy shopping, a military wife and mother said her busy schedule turned into a new business venture.
Fayetteville police are asking for assistance in locating a man last seen Sept. 4 after purchasing a bus ticket to Ohio.
A mother and son who worked for the Town of Youngsville were indicted on felony charges related to embezzling from the town.
Two vehicles fell into a swollen Reedy Creek Monday in Warrenton after waters washed away a 60-foot section of Airport Road.
A missing Johnston County teens returned home 24 hours after being reported missing.
Daniel Bollar, 17, of Lieber Street in Fayetteville was arrested Monday after police say he tried to sell a stolen pistol.
The look of North Hills is about to change with the addition of a new $82 million high-rise tower.
A public input meeting will be held Tuesday night at the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh about the proposed $73 million Union Station Project.
Many in North Carolina are concerned about the enterovirus, although it has not reached the state yet.
The driver of a car walked away from what could have been a fatal crash Monday after the car flipped into a pond in Raleigh.
An infamous elevator surveillance video of Ray Rice punching his girlfriend, and now wife Janay Palmer, is shining a spotlight on cases of domestic violence.
Cumberland County officials say someone is claiming to be employees of the Internal Revenue Service attempting to collect back taxes.
The search continued Monday for a man Fayetteville police are calling armed and extremely dangerous.
The Wilson's Mills Police Department said Lakeisha Bell was reported missing Sunday night by her family.
As WHO warns that thousands of new infections are expected in the coming weeks, a team from UNC has launched a website for tracking the spread of Ebola.
A silver alert for Richard Leslie Silva Chapel Hill man last seen Sept. 5 at a retirement community was canceled Monday.
Students at UNC Chapel Hill will observe a moment of silence to mark the second anniversary of the death of Faith Hedgepeth.
Two people were killed Monday morning and another was critically injured in a crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer truck.
The Sampson County Sheriff's Office says a 55-year-old woman was killed Friday by her estranged husband, sparking a manhunt that led to schools in two districts being put on lock down.
NC State's annual Dog Olympics are Saturday at the vet school.
Two men were shot outside a house while walking down a street late Sunday night in Smithfield after an exchange of words with a group of men in a car, police said.
A reward was being offered Monday for information leading to the arrests of two suspects wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a Durham Chick-fil-a.
Rickie Neal Richardson Jr. of Fuquay-Varina was killed in a tragic wreck on I-40 early Sunday morning when the car he was riding in had a flat tire and then was hit from behind.
Chapel Hill police are asking for assistance in locating a 90-year-old man suffering from a cognitive impairment last seen Sept. 5 at a retirement community.
It's been awhile but the "Phil Fills In" segment is back. Phil took a trip to Sergio's Pizza in Raleigh to find out the secret to some of the best pizza in the Triangle.
A respiratory illness outbreak is spreading throughout the Midwest and flooding hospitals with sick children.
A 19-year-old Goldsboro man was in jail Monday morning after being accused of raping a 12-year-old girl.
Four people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a fire broke out at a mobile home on Enfield Drive in Durham.
A Cumberland County family is demanding answers after their loved one drowned Sunday.
A car wreck on Cary Parkway and Waldo Rood Blvd. knocked down trees and had one person headed to the hospital.
A non-profit group is helping unemployed vets across the country go from the battle field to the farm. It's called the Farmer Veteran Coalition. The group has proved to be helped to Louisburg farmer Robert Elliot. He's been farming for a year and a half. It's an avenue he chose to explore after his service in the Marine Corps and getting laid off from the Department of Defense in 2011."I didn't really have any job pro...
A body has been found in a river just north of Fayetteville in Cumberland County, authorities confirmed Sunday night.
A rash of car break-ins have been occurring in both Wake and Johnston counties recently. Clayton is the latest victim of these break-ins.
A Raleigh man was killed early Sunday morning when his car, which had a flat tire, was struck from behind.
Last summer, Derek Torres found himself as the last man standing in T0W3RS, a psych-pop indie band out of Raleigh.
Some Johnston County residents are making sure that teens are safe while driving.
Some Johnston County residents are making sure that teens are safe while driving.
One person died in a two-vehicle collision in Fayetteville Friday night.
One of the recurring themes for the Hopscotch Music Festival is the effort that goes into highlighting local talent.
Spc. Brian K. Arsenault, a 28-year-old paratrooper from Northborough, Massachusetts, was a grenadier with B Company, 1st Battalion,
An app aimed at students is drawing the attention of local law enforcement.
Fayetteville police said Friday charges are forthcoming against a 13-year-old boy suspected of setting a church on fire.
A steady downpour didn't seem to dampen the spirits of anyone at the kickoff of the Hopscotch Music Festival on Thursday night.
Schools in two districts in Sampson County were put on lockdown temporarily Friday as law enforcement searched for a murder suspect.
A Durham couple was tied up when their house was robbed Friday.
Documents released Friday shed new details on the brutal murder of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth, and also showed the depth of the hunt for her killer.
Authorities are looking for two suspects involved in a home invasion early Friday morning in Orange County that lead to a chase through three counties.
Fort Bragg officials are investigating the death of Pvt. 1st Class Darrell Robinson after he was found dead on post on Aug. 31.
Three Harnett County schools will be closed Friday due to water pressure issues.
Durham City leaders met Thursday to discuss ways to stop racial profiling within the police department.
Part of Hammond Road in Raleigh is shut down after a sinkhole opened on the side of the road.
State regulators have raised the hazard classification for two dams at a coal ash pond in Lumberton.
Authorities released new information Thursday in the 2012 murder of UNC student Faith Hedgepeth.
New state-wide test scores released Thursday show that two-thirds of Wake County students are doing better in school now than they were two years ago when Common Core was introduced.
The ongoing battle to raise the minimum wage heats up in the Triangle today as fast food workers in our area will walk off the job not only to fight for higher wages, but union representation as well.
A Mount Olive minister was sentenced to 151 months in prison Thursday after he pleaded guilty to child pornography charges.
Mount Hope Cemetery in Raleigh held a ribbon cutting Thursday to celebrate the completion of repairs at the 34.3-acre, 142-year-old cemetery.
Two men are wanted in connection with the theft of more than $8,000 in lawn care equipment, the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office said.
A pedestrian was injured in a hit-and-run Wednesday near the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Calvary Drive in Raleigh.
Fayetteville police are looking for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a woman on Sunday in the Johnson Street corridor.
Orange County has had 19 cases of rabies this year, up from 12 in 2013 and 2012.
A Durham woman wanted on numerous charges, including assault on a government official and felony hit-and-run, was arrested Wednesday evening in Raleigh.
Thousands of music fans from across the globe will once again descend on downtown Raleigh for one of the nation's most eclectic music festivals.
It has been more than three weeks since Ronald Reed Jr. died in a hit-and-run in Cumberland County, and his family is still waiting and hoping to find out who was responsible.
Two dogs were rescued from a garage of a burning home early Thursday morning in Durham.
Authorities took 25 animals from property in Warren County Wednesday after animal control found horses living in poor condition.
A woman reported to Cary police she, her son and grandchild were robbed at knifepoint Monday during a home invasion.
A Dunn man was sentenced to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty drug charges.
North Carolina's longest-serving death row inmate and his younger half brother walked out as free men Wednesday.
Despite reaching his fundraising goal to stay open, a Durham business owner says he'll still have to close his coffee shop and look for a new location.
A Durham-based company, which provided a life-saving drug earlier this year to a 7-year-old boy from Virginia, plans to discuss potential therapies and vaccines that could help with the Ebola outbreak.
A large tree limb fell on top of an SUV at a home on Murray Hill Road during a storm Tuesday evening in Fayetteville.
A Fayetteville family was able to escape from a mobile home fire early Wednesday morning.
Opponents of a possible chicken processing plant filled an informational meeting Tuesday night in Cumberland County.
North Carolina researchers are leading the charge in creating a vaccine for the Ebola virus.
To ease overcrowding, Wake County Schools may calendar changes at four elementary schools and one middle school for the 2015-2016 school year.
Raleigh police released photos taken in Dunn of two persons of interest in a 2010 Georgia murder.
A registered sex offender accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl in Spring Lake is expected in court Tuesday afternoon.
Durham's new district attorney will be sworn into office publicly Tuesday afternoon at 2 p.m.
Raleigh City Council member Thomas Crowder has testicular cancer and will resign from the council, he said Tuesday.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at N.C. State University will receive a $2 million gift from the daughter of a former Sampson County teacher.
Researchers from N.C. State University finds that non-native camel cricket species have spread into homes across the eastern United States.
More than 100 paratroopers assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg returned from Afghanistan Monday afternoon.
The state Court of Appeals has upheld the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's lifetime ban of a fan who allegedly harassed female soccer players.
The International Festival, a celebration of the rich variety of cultures that make up our region, returns to downtown Raleigh Sept. 19-21.
The Goldsboro Police Department was investigating a shooting Monday night after a 20-year-old man was killed.
One person is dead after a van flipped several times Monday morning in Johnston County.
A North Carolina Highway Patrol trooper was injured Monday in a single-car accident on Lake Wheeler Road.
Deputies say a woman was shot Monday evening at 2601 Andrews Rd. in Sanford.
Repairs are underway after a water main broke early Sunday evening outside Greenlaw Hall at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
The Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools district has turned to composting to cut the amount of trash it sends to the landfill by 90 percent.
Police say no charges will be filed in a pedestrian-involved crash Thursday night in Carrboro.
The mother of the football player involved in an alleged hazing incident at UNC said the family is "worried about justice" for her son.
UNC has announced new policies for dealing with sexual violence.
Chapel Hill Police said Wednesday that no incident report had been filed at a hotel where an incident involving UNC football players took place.
A Durham-based company's unique formula could be the key to saving customers hundreds of dollars if they decide to break their cell phone carrier's contract.
UNC is investigating a possible hazing incident with the football team.
UNC-Chapel Hill is launching a new app to help keep students and employees safe.
A WNCN Investigates report is prompting action after a Wake Forest family complained its tap water was brown in color.
A Cary family says they have their neighbor to thank for saving their home after they believe lightning struck their house.
Neighbors in the Crescent Ridge neighborhood say their water is discolored and often leaves behind a trail of sediment.
Traffic across downtown Durham will be disrupted beginning in September.
A 12-year-old girl and an 8-year-old boy were stabbed multiple times in the attack.
A 12-year-old girl and an 8-year-old boy were stabbed multiple times in the attack.