UNC Health Care joins with Charlotte’s Carolinas HealthCare
UNC Health Care, the Triangle’s largest health care provider, is partnering with Charlotte-based Carolinas HealthCare to create one of the largest nonprofit healthcare networks in the nation, employing some 90,000 people and running more than 50 h
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.
It's now going to cost $200 a year to park at a Wake County high school. The $30 increase isn't sitting well with students such as Jimmy Cvetkovski, a rising senior at Millbrook High School in Raleigh.
After a year of sanctuary in Durham, NC, Jose Chicas, a Raleigh pastor facing deportation to El Salvador, questions the authenticity of those in the faith community who have promised to support him. A private immigration bill is his last resort.
Built in 1925, and abandoned in the 1990's, Holton Wilkerson and his group CommunitySmith plan to convert the building that once housed the police, fire department and the jail into 16 one-bedroom units.
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.
Bodycam footage shared to Facebook by Las Vegas Metropolitan Police shows Officer William Umana pursuing two murder suspects in his car. The footage shows him chasing an SUV. Suspects reportedly shot at least 34 bullets at officers.
If you go to the SPCA on a weekend, long-time volunteer Jerry Kroll, 85, will ask you to greet a "Jerry Dog" as the staff now affectionately calls them. He brings hard to adopt dogs out to the lobby to help them perk up and hopefully find a home.
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.