Sheriff's office installs medicine drop box at Durham courthouse
There's a permanent location now in the Durham County Courthouse for anyone wanting to get rid of unwanted over-the-counter and prescription medications.
Kids Bowl Free registration open for 2014!
The annual Kids Bowl Free program is now open for registration for a few of the local bowling centers for the 2014 summer season! With this program, your kids can bowl 2 games for free each day all summer long!
Duke Energy denies stormwater violations
Duke Energy is asking the state Department of Environment and Natural Resources to rescind six notices of violation over stormwater discharges.
Roxboro officer solves four of NC's nameless dead cold cases
Roxboro police officer Jason Howe had a feeling he could solve at least one case. Using his fingerprint analysis expertise, he began combing through the 115 cases of unidentified people found dead in North Carolina since the 1970s. Maybe, he thought, he could help name one of those people. Fifteen minutes later, he had a match, and he didn't stop there.
Rain more likely than snow on cold, windy Tuesday
Snowflakes could mix with rain showers across the Triangle on Tuesday, but temperatures will be warm enough to keep the wintry precipitation from creating any issues on the roads, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said.
Rain moves out; sunshine returns Saturday
The low pressure system that brought cold, wet weather drifted off the East Coast as evening fell and leaves behind a much more pleasant weekend.
Roads wet for evening commute as winter weather moves in
Rain will move in to central North Carolina early Thursday evening bringing a wet end to a bitter day and giving fits to Triangle commuters.
DENR: Six Duke Energy plants lack stormwater permits
Duke Energy failed to get permits it needed at six power plants to discharge rainwater from those sites into nearby rivers and streams, according to notices of violation the state Department of Environment made public Monday.
Winter storm weakens, but threat of freezing roads strengthens
A winter storm that moved into North Carolina early Monday was weakening by the afternoon, diminishing worries about major sleet or snow accumulation along roadways in the Triangle and points north.
Silver alert issued for Roxboro man
A silver alert has been issued for Phillip Claradiese Herndon of Roxboro .