More Videos

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct 0:55

Panthers launch investigation into owner Jerry Richardson for workplace misconduct

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable? 0:48

Blue Line extension spurs development but is it walkable?

Salvation Army helps families 1:21

Salvation Army helps families

Sheriff during largest heroin and fentanyl bust in county history: 'One grain of the fentanyl can kill you' 1:51

Sheriff during largest heroin and fentanyl bust in county history: "One grain of the fentanyl can kill you"

How NC prison officers fuel corruption and abuse 11:00

How NC prison officers fuel corruption and abuse

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the 'John Boy & Billy' radio show 3:01

Remembering Robert D. Raiford during his retirement from the "John Boy & Billy" radio show

Meet the mother and son team behind 3 million Christmas lights 1:58

Meet the mother and son team behind 3 million Christmas lights

Ex-WWE celeb calls out Diddy on his name change 3:06

Ex-WWE celeb calls out Diddy on his name change

'Did this really just happen?' woman describes morning husband was picked up by ICE 1:36

'Did this really just happen?' woman describes morning husband was picked up by ICE

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse 1:15

Look at the overwhelmingly positive responses to #metoo, a hashtag for survivors of sexual abuse

  • You will be surprised to see what the candid critter cam caught

    By teaming up with local citizens statewide, the 'North Carolina Candid Critters' wildlife survey continues to increase scientists’ knowledge of mammal distribution in the state as the largest-ever camera-trap study of its kind.

You will be surprised to see what the candid critter cam caught

By teaming up with local citizens statewide, the 'North Carolina Candid Critters' wildlife survey continues to increase scientists’ knowledge of mammal distribution in the state as the largest-ever camera-trap study of its kind.
Jeremy Frieling and NC Museum of Natural Sciences