Growers at the State Farmers Market in Raleigh offer some answers about the possible shortage of Christmas trees this season. The economic challenges of the last recession and a shortage of seedlings ten years ago will affect the supply and prices for the next few years.
Larry Wheeler has served as director of the North Carolina Museum of Art for almost 25 years. During an interview on Monday, November 20, 2017, he discusses his accomplishments, the search for his successor, and his plans for his final year as director.
Tornado warnings were issued for communities in North and South Carolina on Sunday, October 8, as the remnants of Hurricane Nate pushed north after hitting the Gulf Coast over the weekend, local media reported. This footage was captured by a Caldwell County Sheriff dashcam in Lenoir, North Carolina.
GRAPHIC CONTENT: Body cam footage obtained by the Charlotte Observer through a court order reveals that CMPD shot and killed Rueben Galindo, 29, who had called 911 and said he had a gun but no bullets. A dispatcher told officers that a Spanish-speaking man had called and wanted officers to help him. This officers who fired were Courtney Suggs and David Guerra. The 911 audio call between Galindo and the dispatcher in real time reveal the final moments of his life.
Hurricane Maria is expected to track 100 to 150 miles offshore of the North Carolina coast Tuesday and Wednesday. Tropical storm force winds of 45 mph and gusts up to 60 mph are expected along the coast beginning Tuesday afternoon and lasting through Wednesday night. The core of the storm was producing 80 mph winds with stronger gusts Monday morning,
A Central Carolina Fair worker who had climbed on top of the Ferris wheel trying to free a jammed car fell as onlookers watched on September 15 in Greensboro, NC. The worker was taken to a hospital with minor injuries and later released.
Video: Keaton’s Barbecue features fried chicken dipped in hot or mild sauce, served with choice of sides that include hot vinegar spicy slaw. The restaurant, founded by B.W. Keaton in 1953 is located in rural Rowan County.
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.