Bill Leslie interviews marathon winner
Paul Himberger praised the fans and atmosphere after he won the inaugural Rock 'n' Roll Marathon in Raleigh April 13, 2014.
UNC students campaign to end the use of the "r-word"
Students at UNC are working to spread the word to end the word. Jack Witty and Lily Stine are part of a campaign that asks people to pledge to stop saying the words retard and retarted as a starting point toward creating more accepting attitudes and communities for all people.some -- hill students are adding two more words to that list bill Leslie has more tonight good things report. Do you guys know it's spread the words and the lettuce with UNC students Jack Williams
WRAL Documentary: Bridge in Troubled Water
With a lawsuit stalling the bridge's replacement tensions have flared pitting state leaders against leading environmentalists and neighbor against neighbor. "Bridge in Troubled Water" debuts Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m.
Cemetery creates award for caregivers
For those who usher a family through the darkest days of a loved one's illness, Oakwood Cemetery has created an honor for the kindness they provide.laugh. I'll multifamily and -- out during some dark David duke hospital bill Leslie explains in tonight's good things. Henry Greene was -- happy Smart and adorable two year old boy developing normally. And that in
WRAL celebrates 'Renee Day'
WRAL's Bill Leslie announces that Renee Chou will be joining the morning news team permanently.
Marathon Jam to help military families
John Santa talks to WRAL's Bill Leslie about the 2014 Marathon Jam, an event to help raise money for the families of service members who hospitalized or recovering from injuries.
Best romantic restaurants in Raleigh
With Valentine's Day just a few days away, we decided to compile a list of our favorite date restaurants in Raleigh.
Popping the question this Valentine's Day? Some suggestions in the Triangle
Looking to propose this Valentine's Day weekend? We have a few suggestions for some places to pop the question in the Triangle.
Dual view: Newscast, Google Glass
Take a look at what the audience saw and what Bill Leslie saw in WRAL-TV's first experiment with Google Glass.
Google Glass: Bill's eye view
WRAL's Bill Leslie dons the new Google Glass for a unique view on the morning news.