North Carolina's Evening News
NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy - Solar Power
Jessica Jones reports on solar power for our series North Carolina Voices: Tomorrow's Energy.
NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy - Smart Grid Technology
As part of our series North Carolina Voices: Tomorrow's Energy, reporter Leoneda Inge has the story of one smart grid pilot project in Fayetteville.
Down Economy Could Help Drive Energy Efficiency
As part of our series North Carolina Voices: Tomorrow's Energy, reporter Leoneda Inge has the story of how communities are working toward energy efficiency.
Census "Spit" Urges People to Mail Back Forms
The Black Poetry Theatre held a Census Spit in Durham—yes, a spit—to remind folks to return Census forms.
NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy - Campus Power
As part of our series, North Carolina Voices: Tomorrow's Energy, Dave DeWitt looks at how college campuses are transforming to meet their future energy challenges.
NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy - Going Nuclear
As part of our series "NC Voices: Tomorrow's Energy" Dave DeWitt looks at the future of nuclear power in the state.
Asheville to Get UNC Pharmacy Program
Members of the UNC Board of Governors are giving the green light to a satellite pharmacy program in Asheville.
Primary Profile: Ken Lewis
Laura Leslie sits down with Chapel Hill attorney Ken Lewis, one of the democratic contenders for U.S. Senate.
Primary Profile: Elaine Marshall
Laura Leslie profiles Senate candidate Elaine Marshall.
Duke Wins Another Title
Duke students and faculty react to the men's basketball team winning the national title.
Primary Profile: Cal Cunningham
Laura Leslie profiles U.S. Senate candidate Cal Cunningham.
Clubhouse Program on the Chopping Block
State and local budget cuts could mean the end of a program for people with mental illness.
Songbird Genome May Shed Light on Human Speech
Researchers at Duke University have decoded the genome of a type of songbird they say can help shed light on how humans learn language.
V.A. Covers Treatment for Marine Exposed to Tainted Water
A former Marine who lived on Camp Lejeune in the 1980s will have his cancer treatment paid for by the V.A.
State's High Risk Pool Braces for Patients
Officials at the state's health insurance high risk pool are gearing up for what could be an influx of patients.
Miss Mail Lady
Greensboro's first female postal carrier
Biden Puts Cree on Pedestal
Vice President Joe Biden visited Research Triangle Park yesterday, touting the growing success of Cree Incorporated.
Telehealth Program Lets Providers Monitor Rural Patients
A groundbreaking program in the northeastern part of the state is monitoring people with chronic diseases over the telephone line.
Roots Music Exhibit Comes to Mount Airy
A new exhibit from the Smithsonian celebrating American roots music has just arrived in North Carolina.
Soul Census Ambassadors Work to Reach Undercounted
In Wake County, ministers at African-American churches have been deputized to help find some of the undercounted.
- Chapel Hill, NC