Thousands attend Pearl Harbor anniversary ceremony
Cooper: 'I cannot wait to get started'
Wednesday starts cold but it's not the week's 'big chill'
A-Maze-ing weather photos
Holliday: Can ACC bowl season match the regular season?
ACC Panic Room: Fedora is sticking around
Duke survey: Finance exec optimism surges after Trump victory
Innovation or monopoly? Panel looks at ATT-Time Warner deal
Editorial: Trump and the truth need closer relationship
Editorial: Keep Caswell Square public - our heritage isn't for sale
Editorial: End the gerrymander games now
Amazon launching new store where you don't have to check out
Parents stress over hard to find holiday toys
Drone use 101: DOT offers tips on how to fly safely
Study: 'Obamacare' repeal-only would make 30M uninsured
From fluoride to lead, how to know what's in your family's water
Bhavana is now hiring in downtown Raleigh
Out and About TV airs Wednesday
WRAL WeatherCenter Forecast
'Christmas in Ireland' tour celebrates holiday season in Raleigh
Learn more about the 'science of cheese' at NC Museum of Natural Sciences
Cooper to be sworn in as governor on New Year's Day
— Gov.-elect Roy Cooper says he doesn't plan to wait until his Jan. 7 inauguration to take office, announcing that he will be sworn in on Jan. 1.