Two statue-toppling arrestees discuss the role of their identities as queer women of color
Takyiah Thompson and Loan Tran, two leaders in the anti-racist movement in Durham, open up about the rising prominence of activists who identify as queer women of color. Four of the 12 arrestees in the statue-toppling case identify as such.
The death of a Durham man, William “Bill” Bishop, whose son said he was found him unresponsive with a dog leash around his neck has been ruled a homicide, according to N.C. Medical Examiner’s report. (No audio)
There are over 1500 species of spiders in the Carolinas. Most produce venom that can cause discomfort, but a spider bite is usually not harmful to humans. These, however, can cause serious pain and injury.
Hurricane categories are used by the National Hurricane Center to gauge a hurricane's strength and predict potential property damage with each storm. Here's how the NHC defines each hurricane category — and how much damage each strength can cause.
Chapel Hill food festival TerraVita will be held in October, the ninth year for the Triangle festival focusing on sustainability. The lineup traditionally has included well-known chefs like Vivian Howard and Ashley Christensen.
Hurricane Matthew swept into the Carolinas in 2016 and caused extensive damage in both states. But when adjusted for inflation the cost of Matthew pales in comparison to previous hurricanes. Here's a look at those costly hurricanes.
On June 19, 2018 Animal Control officers responded to a call about a 500-pound pig, now named Toby, that had collapsed on the side of I-40. He was later bought at a shelter auction and now lives at Blind Spot Animal Sanctuary in Rougemont, NC.
Karen Kellett, principal of Glenn Elementary School, is "100 percent sure" the low-performing school will meet or exceed the academic goals in Superintendent Pascal Mubenga's new five-year strategic plan.
The U.S. Coast Guard medevaced an 80-year-old woman from a cruise ship 150 miles from Wilmington, North Carolina. She was taken to the New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington for treatment. (Video has no sound.)
A 2,400-square-foot home on the Outer Banks is crumbling into the ocean near the Rodanthe Pier. Video shows part of the home's support structure being torn away by the waves. Video by Chicamacomico Banks Water Rescue