Posted: 04/09/2007 - School is back in session in Wake County today, a result of the 2004 law that changed the school calendar.
Posted: 04/09/2007 - East Carolina will be the new home for the 2007 Conference U-S-A baseball championship.
Posted: 04/09/2007 - Travelers on Interstate 40 in Durham County will experience slow downs at night and some weekends as contractors repair bad concrete along ten-point-four miles of the highway.
Posted: 04/09/2007 - Fire has caused heavy damage this morning to the food pantry of the Durham Rescue Mission's men's campus.
Posted: 04/09/2007 - Elizabeth Edwards has yet to meet her Republican neighbor across the street from her Orange County home -- and she's in no hurry to see him.
Posted: 04/09/2007 - Wilson Police have now charged four people with attempted first degree murder for the early Friday morning shootings of four teenagers.
Updated: 04/09/2007 - Transportation Officials say it's taking longer and longer to evacuate the Outer Banks.
Posted: 04/08/2007 - The state Senate's apology for slavery last week at the General Assembly had many legislators talking about past racial injustices.
Updated: 04/08/2007 - The most expensive construction project to date is getting under way on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Posted: 04/08/2007 - The commission that gave a ``Gold Seal of Approval'' to the VA hospital in Salisbury has questions following disclosure of suspicious deaths at the medical center.
Posted: 04/07/2007 - The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports a voluntarily recall of Disney Princesses Easter Baskets sold at Wal-Mart stores nationwide.
Posted: 04/07/2007 - Some 22 students from Chapel Hill High School who were aboard the Sea Diamond are expected to return home tonight.
Posted: 04/07/2007 - Jim Early thinks North Carolina hasn't done enough to show its love for barbecue.
Posted: 04/07/2007 - Former state Senator William N. Martin died last night at his home of a heart ailment. He was 61.
Updated: 04/08/2007 - Snow fell briefly in parts of North Carolina, but didn't linger Saturday after below-freezing temperatures descended on most of the state, breaking at least one record.