Flushable wipes don't go down easy
Flushable wipes don't biodegrade and can clog sewer systems, despite manufacturers' claims that they do not.not biodegradable. And that is a big difference there clogging pipes from Raleigh he carried -- German beyond. They're causing millions of dollars in repairs for utility companies and consumers in fact a group of
Raleigh police following new leads in cold murder case
The family of Jamie DeBerry is hoping for justice after learning that police are investigating a new lead in his murder.
Flushable wipes causing costly sewer clogs
Flushable wipes aren't as flushable as they seem, causing clogged toilets, backed-up sewer lines and flooded basements throughout the Triangle and beyond.
N.C. strawberry farmers expect healthy crop despite cold winter
Despite record winter freezing temperatures and a spring cold snap, strawberry growers across the state expect a strong growing season.
Sweetbottoms hosts Great Cloth Diaper Change
The international cloth diaper changing event takes place at more than 275 sites in 17 countries and aims to break last year's Guinness World Record of 8,301 babies changed at one time.
'I have to go back to say goodbye'
WRAL producer/director Clarence Williams, 63, is leaving Wednesday to spend 13 days in Vietnam, where he served as a paratrooper in the war 44 years ago. He is going with current coworker Leonard Peebles and former coworker Paul Pope, who also served in Vietnam. Williams will blog about his travels, sharing photos and stories along the way.
Campbell president to step down in 2015
Campbell University President Jerry Wallace announced Wednesday that he will step down from the post following the 2014-15 school year.
NCAA Tournament weekend generates $4.2M for Triangle economy
Second and third-round NCAA Tournament games held in Raleigh's PNC Arena helped generate more than $4 million, according to the Greater Raleigh Sports Alliance.