Wintry precipitation on its way out of Triangle; refreeze possible overnight
Light wintry precipitation fell over the Triangle Friday afternoon, but the frozen weather didn't cause any major travel hazards.
ICE agents take 18-year-old into custody in Raleigh
United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents took an 18-year-old--Santos Geovany Padilla Guzman--into custody on Friday, the first reported case in Raleigh as ICE cracks down on women and children who recently crossed the United States-Mexico border illegally.
OK Go's anti-gravity video a creative use of zero G flight
OK Go is known for innovative music videos built around a meticulous planned continuous shot. The video released Thursday for "Upside Down and Inside Out" is no different.
Lawmakers to hold hearings in advance of redistricting session
Lawmakers will hold hearings on how they should redraw the state's Congressional districts if the U.S. Supreme Court does not stay a lower court order.
Deadly DWI crash resonates among Chapel Hill bar employees
A popular Chapel Hill bar, He's Not Here, won't be serving this weekend. The establishment is closed for three weeks, part of a punishment for serving 20-year-old Chandler Kania, who stands accused of the deaths of three people in a drunk driving collision.
WHO: Zika vaccines at least 18 months away from broad trials
Possible Zika vaccines are at least 18 months away from large-scale trials, the World Health Organization said Friday as it advised pregnant women to consider delaying travel to areas where the mosquito-borne virus has turned up amid concerns it may be linked to abnormally small heads in newborns.
Kroger to offer anti-overdose drug without prescription
Ohio-based grocery chain Kroger Co. said Friday it will make the overdose-reversal drug naloxone available without a prescription in its pharmacies across Ohio and northern Kentucky, a region hard-hit by deadly heroin.
Brazil minister says no doubt Zika connected to microcephaly
Brazil's health minister said Friday that authorities were "absolutely sure" that the Zika virus is connected to devastating birth defects and rejected criticism that the government was slow to investigate the surge of cases that set off international alarms.
Brazil, Texas state hospital reach deal on Zika vaccine
Brazil has signed an agreement with a Texas research hospital to develop a vaccine against the Zika virus, the country's health minister said Thursday, adding the goal is for the vaccine to be ready for clinical testing within 12 months.
No classes at Pennsylvania college as 192 students sickened
Classes and weekend activities have been canceled at Ursinus College in eastern Pennsylvania as the school deals with a mystery illness that has sickened more than 190 students.
Game Blog: Nestrasil goal pulls Canes even with Pens in 3rd
Andrej Nestrasil, who has had a solid game throughout, was finally rewarded as he whipped one past Fleury from the right circle.
Brownlow: ACC gives you something to love on Valentine's Day weekend
What do you love more than ACC basketball? Love itself, right? Well, it's Valentine's Day this weekend, and though this slate of games might feel like you're settling for less, you can find something to love about each and every one of them.
10 years later, Brind'Amour cherishes lone Stanley Cup championship
Sometimes a team just has the right mix of players that blend as one with a common goal -- 2006 Stanley Cup Champion Carolina Hurricanes were that team.
Payne: Williams' collapse helps reset UNC's season upright
Roy Williams' collapses caused by dizzy spells happen in some unfortunate places. His most recent spell was his most public, but helped his team in an unexpected way.
2006 Stanley Cup champs remember in their own words
From players to GM to the broadcast team, the men affiliated with the 2006 Carolina Hurricanes run to the Stanley Cup treasure the memory of a team with character, courage and confidence.
Jidenna talks snagging a Grammy nod and finishing his album
If ever you've laid eyes on Jidenna — the nattily dressed singer and emcee behind the Grammy-nominated anthem "Classic Man" — then certainly you remember him: He's straight out of a time machine with his fiery red hair, slicked into a dapper 1930s style, slim suits and a gold watch chain dangling from his pocket.
Kanye's lyrics about Taylor Swift ignite new controversy
Kanye West's new album, "The Life Of Pablo," has ignited a new controversy between the rapper and pop superstar Taylor Swift.
Mick Jagger on Grammy nod for James Brown doc, Amy Winehouse
Mick Jagger is getting Grammy love this year, but it's not for his music — it's for his film producing.
Alabama Shakes ready to rock at Grammy Awards
Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes remembers being a nervous, fresh-faced, first-time nominee at the Grammys back in 2013.
O'Farrill's Grammy-nominated CD expands US-Cuba dialogue
Arturo O'Farrill's Grammy-nominated "Cuba: The Conversation Continues" just happened to be made in Havana by American and Cuban musicians at a dramatic turning point in relations between the two countries.