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A division Wall Street considered a drag on Cree’s business is now the centerpiece of its growth strategy.

Former Duke football player Braxton Deaver rants on Twitter about Maryland and the culture of the sport after the heatstroke death of Jordan McNair.

Developer Jeff Ammons on Tuesday showed off progress on the Wake Competition Center, which will offer training for athletes in gymnastics, volleyball, soccer and ice hockey. The Carolina Hurricanes are likely to practice there.

A Wake County baby sitter who served nearly seven years in prison for fracturing an infant’s skull in 2007 has been charged with murder 11 years later.

Durham police Cpl. Francisco De Vera Rodriquez filed a lawsuit against the Sheriff’s Office alleging negligence in oversight of Deputy Paul Aiken, who the suit claims caused a 2017 motorcycle crash.

For many growing up, summers used to mean camp, school vacation, part-time jobs, and internships. But for Millennials, specifically those in their mid-20s to early-30s who might have some more discretionary income, the word ‘summer’ can sometimes become synonymous with…

Some witnesses and Southeast Raleigh residents are questioning a Raleigh police officer’s decision to fire at a moving vehicle in the middle of the afternoon when bystanders were around. The vehicle was stolen.

Authorities have identified the worker who died last week after being trapped under construction equipment on Auburn Knightdale Road.

NYC-based designer Maggie Richmond's latest gut renovation is guaranteed to wow any small space dweller—especially those who love their kitchens. Here, peek inside a seriously serene, whitewashed Gramercy Park kitchen transformation.

East Carolina club baseball player Tanner Duncan is now part of the Houston Astros’ minor league system.

John Stonestreet—president of the Chuck Colson Center and Breakpoint Radio co-host—discusses how Christians can influence the culture by seeking and contributing to good at the local level.

This is an outcome civil society should encourage. And one of the best ways for them to do so is to find work. Unfortunately, for too many professions, especially in North Carolina, it's an outcome that occupational licensing boards have made unreasonably difficult.

Rachel Z. Ardnt writes in an article in Modern Health about the potential benefits of integrating telemedicine into treatment for patients with behavioral and mental health issues: But digital tools are opening up more vantage points and providers are…

Much like the community it’s named for, the Cool Springs Environmental Education Center is easy to miss if you’re not looking for it. But as

Recently, investors have been focused on the country’s political and economic crisis, especially given the plunging Turkish lira.

I remember a time when I was about 12 years old, when my friends and I had spent the day riding our bikes on dirt mounds by our house. By the end of the day, we’d taken several tumbles and were covered in dirt. One of my friends had some fake blood that he’d been planning to...

WLOS News 13 provides local news, weather forecasts, traffic updates, notices of events and items of interest in the community, sports and entertainment programming for Asheville, NC and nearby towns and communities in Western North Carolina and the Upstate of South Carolina, including the counties of Buncombe, Henderson, Rutherford, Haywood, Polk, Transylvania, McDowell, Mitchell, Madison, Yancey, Jackson, Swain, Macon, Graham, Spartanburg, Greenville, Anderson, Union, Pickens, Oconee…

The more you know about how your credit score operates and what can affect in, the easier it will be to get it back up to scratch. Here are 6 reasons why your credit score might have dipped.

North Carolina made history again Monday, the not-so-bad kind. If you were in earshot of Raleigh Monday, you might have heard: The

Durham houses near Jordan Lake and Southpoint mall on the Chatham County line are in Colvard Farms, which is expanding. Custom homes and land start at $950,000 for sale. Most of neighborhood is in Chatham.

In 2016, the Ford Foundation set out to give $1 billion in organizational support to nonprofits. We talk to the program’s director, Kathy Reich, and BUILD grantees about progress to date and grand plans to change the sector.

A poster created by the BlueNC blog and circulated by Wayne Goodwin of the NC Democratic Party claims the crime victims’ rights, aka “Marsy’s Law,” constitutional amendment will criminalize abortion.

Better than debating the minority view against contraception, writes Rich Barlow, is focusing on the globally restricted access to it.

A man who authorities say led police on a chase that ended in gunfire on a busy road Monday afternoon is suspected of stealing a GMC Terrain roughly 20 minutes earlier.

Pair of Chinese rosewood tiered stands form the late Qing/Republic period. Set with a floating panel on top with humpback supports further joined to two lower tiers.
Dimensions: 29'' X 16 1/4'' X 12 1/2''