On the Record
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Who and what is behind the protests at the state legislature, and is anybody listening?
Claude Pope, the chairman of the state Republican Party, discusses his plans for the organization.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Alexandra Sirota of the NC Budget and Tax Center and John Hood of the John Locke Foundation about proposed reforms to the state tax system.
Congressman George Holding goes "On the Record" with WRAL News anchor David Crabtree.
Gov. Pat McCrory, Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane and Huntersville Mayor Jill Swain go On The Record about budget projections and how they will impact the state and its cities.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree goes 'On the Record' about the Opportunity Scholarships Act and recaps crossover week at the state legislature.
Chris Fitzsimon, with NC Policy Watch, and Becki Gray, with the John Locke Foundation, go On the Record about taxes, schools, medical care and guns in North Carolina.
Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, and Sen. Floyd McKissack, D-Durham, go On the Record about an eventful week at the North Carolina General Assembly.
Democrat Mickey Michaux and Republican David Lewis go On the Record to discuss the first 50 days of the 2013 legislative session.
Sen. Debra Ross (D-Wake) and Sen. Neal Hunt (R-Wake) go On The Record to discuss a nonpartisan redistricting plan in the North Carolina General Assembly.
Pat McCrory has established his leadership style and priorities and is ready to act on tax reform and other legislative priorities.
Republican Sen. Richard Burr sits down one-on-one with WRAL's Debra Morgan to talk about gun control, same-sex marriage, immigration, government spending, sequestration and other issues in the U.S.
Second District Congresswoman Renee Ellmers sits down one-on-one with WRAL's Bill Leslie to talk about gun rights, sequestration and a possible U.S. Senate run.
With a Voter ID bill making slow but certain progress in the state legislature, On the Record looks a little closer at the arguments for and against the requirement.
The Rev. Michael Battle talks about the significance of the selection of the next Pope.
Wake County Board of Education chairman Keith Sutton and Wake County Board of Commissioners chairman Joe Bryan go On the Record to discuss who should be able to build and control Wake County's school buildings. The school system says as many as 25 news schools will be needed in the next 10 years.
Becki Gray of the John Locke Foundation and Chris Fitzsimon of NC Policy Watch join WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie to discuss Gov. Pat McCrory's first State of the State address.
Michael Copps, former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, talks about changes to the broadcast industry.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie talk with North Carolina State Reps. Pricey Harrison, a Democrat who represents Guilford County, and Tom Murry, a Wake County Republican.
Rep. Deborah Ross, D-Wake, and Rep. Jim Fulghum, R-Wake, go On the Record about what has already happened in the early stages of this legislative session and what appears to be on the horizon.
WRAL goes On the Record with Sen. Phil Berger, the president pro tempore of the state Senate.
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr talks about efforts to reform the national immigration system and restrict gun rights, as well as the battle over former Sen. Chuck Hagel's confirmation as defense secretary.
The General Assembly returns to work in Raleigh this week with an ambitious agenda including tax reform.
WRAL reporter Scott Mason and photojournalist Chad Flowers discuss their recent trip to document rebuilding efforts in Haiti, which was devastated by an earthquake three years ago.
Television and radio talk show host Tavis Smiley says the U.S. needs to face the widespread poverty in the nation.
Union Theological Seminary professor Cornel West says young people need to commit themselves to integrity.
UNC's athletic sanctions and academic scandal, NC State's coaching change and Duke's football success were among the top sports stories in the Triangle in the year just ended. Jeff Gravley, Mandy Mitchell and Mike Maniscalco review the big news with David Crabtree.
Gov. Bev Perdue sits down with WRAL's Cullen Browder and Laura Leslie to discuss her time in office.
Theresa Kostrzewa and Cash Michaels go "On the Record" with David Crabtree and Mark Binker about the highlights of North Carolina politics in 2012 and what people might expect in 2013.
A special web-only On the Record for the season of giving. WRAL News Anchor David Crabtree sits down with Alex Gowen, founder of the nonprofit, non-denominational, non-political international aid and relief organization The Fishermen.
Dr. William Barber, director of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP, goes "On The Record" with WRAL News about the progressive agenda in 2013.
Gregory Poole, Anne Bander and Cherie Berry go "On the Record" about the latest developments in the plan to make the Dorothea Dix Hospital campus a Raleigh business park.
WRAL journalists Amanda Lamb and Chad Flowers share stories of devastation and hope from New York and New Jersey where Hurricane Sandy's impact was felt.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree goes 'On the Record' about a looming crisis for people in North Carolina's group homes. If the government doesn't step in, thousands of state group home residents could be out on the street by January.
Democratic Sen. Dan Blue and Republican Rep. David Lewis go "On the Record" with David Crabtree and Laura Leslie about Election Day and the next steps for the two major parties in North Carolina.
Republican George Holding and Democrat Charles Malone go "On the Record" to discuss a heated race for North Carolina's 13th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Republican Renee Ellmers and Democrat Steve Wilkins go "On the Record" to discuss a heated race for North Carolina's 2nd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Mark Binker, Laura Leslie and N&O columnist Rob Christensen go "On the Record" with David Crabtree about the tight political races across the state.
WRAL-TV sports anchor Jeff Gravley goes "On the Record" with David Crabtree about his one-on-one interview with former University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill football coach Butch Davis.
Democrat Mike McIntyre and Republican David Rouzer go "On the Record" to discuss a heated race for North Carolina's 7th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr says he's confident that Republicans will gain in Washington, D.C., and Raleigh in the November elections, and he expressed support for laws requiring voters to show identification at the polls.
Libertarian Barbara Howe goes "On the Record" with WRAL News about running for governor of North Carolina as a third-party candidate.
Former Charlotte mayor and Republican gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory goes On the Record with David Crabtree about the economy and more seven weeks ahead of Election Day.
Lt. Governor Walter Dalton, the Democractic candidate for governor in November's election, goes On the Record with David Crabtree about key election issues.
Republican consultant Marc Rotterman and Democratic consultant Scott Falmlen analyze the Democratic National Convention with WRAL News anchor Bill Leslie.
Republican consultant Marc Rotterman and Democratic consultant Scott Falmlen analyze the Republican National Convention with WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie.
WRAL anchor David Crabtree goes On the Record with the Most Rev. Michael Burbidge, the fifth bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina.
WRAL's goes "On the Record" about the laws and ethics of campaign finance.
Bill Leslie talks with school and legislative leaders about the need for a bond issue to update Wake County schools.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and WRAL Investigates reporter Cullen Browder go On the Record with state Department of Health and Human Services secretary Al Delia about Medicaid fraud on Aug. 4, 2012.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Jane Pinsky, director of the North Carolina Coalition for Lobbying and Government Reform, and Will Morgan, director of government relations for the N.C. Sierra Club, about a possible conflict of interest on the new state fracking oversight board.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree goes "On the Record" with WRAL Investigates producer Randall Kerr, Jerry Royal of the North Carolina Family Policy Council and John Hood of the John Locke Foundation about the North Carolina Education Lottery.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with state Speaker of the House Thom Tillis about the recent legislative session.
Rick Wiley, political director of the Republican National Committee, sits down with WRAL's David Crabtree to talk about the presidential race.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes On the Record with Wake County School Board member Debra Prickett, board chair Kevin Hill and Wake Education Partnership's Tim Simmons to determined what's next for students and parents concerned about the system's controversial assignment plan.
Rick Gannotta, COO of Duke-Raleigh Hospital, and Pam Silverman, with the North Carolina Institute of Medicine, go On the Record about what the health care law means for hospitals.
Darrell Allison, president of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina, and Rodney Ellis, president of the North Carolina Assocation of Educators, go On the Record with David Crabtree and Laura Leslie about how to improve education in the state.
Republican Sen. Buck Newton and Democratic Rep. Pricey Harrison go On the Record with David Crabtree and Laura Leslie about the budget and fracking.
It was a busy week on Jones Street. David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On the Record with Cash Michaels and Mark Binker to analyze exactly what the General Assembly did.
Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx talks about preparations for the Democratic National Convention in September and the event's impact on his city.
Amy Laura Hall, a professor of ethics at Duke University, discusses the ethical issues highlighted by john Edwards' trial on campaign finance charges.
Name-calling and finger-pointing by adults - On the Record examines why state budget time can be so tense.
With five months before Election Day, the rhetoric is heating up as the Republicans try to hold their legislative majority and Democrats mount a challenge.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On the Record with Rep. Paul Stam and Sen. Floyd McKissick Jr. about the budget and what North Carolina voters can expect during the General Assembly's six-week work session.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On the Record with North Carolina State University's Steve Green and William Peace University's David McClennan about Tuesday's election results and what they mean for North Carolina.
A proposed constitutional amendment -- called the marriage amendment, amendment 1, the vote to ban gay marriage. Only 55 words, but they have created angst and sometimes anger.
Veteran PBS newsman Jim Lehrer talks about his career with WRAL News anchor David Crabtree.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On the Record with Tony Gurley and Dale Folwell, two of the leading Republican candidates in the race for Lieutenant Governor.
David Crabtree and Mark Binker go On the Record with Linda Coleman and Eric Mansfield, the leading Democratic candidates in the race for Lieutenant Governor.
CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer discusses his interactions with presidents over the years and his interest in baseball, country music and art.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On the Record Marc Rotterman, a Newt Gingrich advisor, and Theresa Kostrzewa, a Mitt Romney supporter, about North Carolina's role in the 2012 presidential election.
North Carolina's changing demographics make election season hard to predict. Kelcey Carlson leads a discussion of what issues sway Tar Heel voters.
Cullen Browder and Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Ron Woodard, Irene Godinez and Larry Wooten about illegal immigration and how legal changes could impact millions of North Carolinians.
David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go On The Record with Francis Deluca and Tom Jensen about the science of polling. Are polls reliable? Can they be administered without bias?
Dr. Dan Murrey, executive director of the Charlotte in 2012 committee, discusses the challenges and opportunities of hosting the Democratic National Convention in September.
David Crabtree and Cullen Browder go On The Record with former DHHS secretary Lanier Cansler about potential changes to the state healthcare system and how it will impact people in North Carolina.
David Crabtree and guests discuss the necessity for pre-kindergarten education and how to determine which students qualify for financial help.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Cullen Browder go "On the Record" with Jean Williams, of the Women's Center of Raleigh, Raleigh City Council member Mary-Ann Baldwin and Stan Hoke of the United Way to dicsuss Raleigh's invisible homeless population.
U.S. Sen. Richard Burr discusses his proposed overhaul of Medicare, the nation's energy policy and the presidential election.
Charter schools: What are they? Why do we have them? Who benefits and who doesn't? Do they discriminate? WRAL News anchor David Crabtree goes "On the Record" with Joel Medley, director of charter schools for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, about the state's definition of charter schools and a controversial charter school proposal in Research Triangle Park.
WRAL News Anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Dr. Patrick L. Wooden Sr, pastor at Upper Room Church of God, and Amy Laura Hall, professor at Duke University's Divinity School, about the proposed marriage amendment on the May ballot.
A Raleigh businessman who donates a lot of money to political candidates and causes is criticized by some, praised by others. David Crabtree goes "On the Record" with Art Pope.
David Crabtree and WRAL Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with William Peace University professor David Mclennan and political consultant Brad Crone about Gov. Bev Perdue's decision not to seek re-election in the fall.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capital Bureau Chief Laura Leslie sit down with Kim Strach from the N.C. Board of Elections and Damon Circosta from the N.C. Center for Voter Education for this week's On the Record. The election isn't until November, but campaign ads have already begun. Who can dominate the airwaves and why should we care?
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Democratic representative Deborah Ross and Republican representative David Lewis.
David Crabtree has an in-depth discussion with N.C. Department of Commerce Secretary Keith Crisco about the use of tax incentives to draw businesses and jobs to the Tar Heel state.
North Carolina State University athletic director Debbie Yow sits down with David Crabtree and WRAL Sports anchor Jeff Gravley to talk about the state of NC State athletics and the broader issues that have generated discussion among fans and supporters of college athletics.
WRAL morning news anchor Kelcey Carlson WRAL.com managing editor Jodi Leese Glusco sit down with David Crabtree and Laura Leslie to go On the Record about the top stories of 2011.
North Carolina Central law professor Irving Joyner and N.C. House Majority Leader Paul Stam (R-Wake) go On the Record with David Crabtree and Laura Leslie to discuss the Racial Justice Act.
Amy Laura Hall, an ethics professor at Duke University Divinity School, discusses ethics in families and politics.
The United States military has been at war in Afghanistan for 10 years. WRAL anchor Ken Smith, photojournalist Chad Flowers and engineer Tony Gupton go On the Record to talk about their two-week stay with the 82nd Airborne.
There is no natural gas production in North Carolina, but that could change in the near future. WRAL reporter Cullen Browder discusses natural gas production with David Crabtree and guest Robert Jackson, a professor at Duke University.
For 10 days in November, Fayetteville will remember and honor the courage and sacrifice of Vietnam veterans in a long-overdue homecoming. The event includes celebrations, discussions, fellowship, and memories and culminates in the annual Veterans' Day Parade Nov. 11.
Andrew Taylor, a political science professor at North Carolina State University, and Bob Phillips, director of Common Cause North Carolina, join host Laura Leslie and WRAL News education reporter Mike Charbonneau for a look at the five school board races this year.
Recent budget cuts have left elections officials short of the resources needed to inform voters, run early voting sites and make sure voting machines work. Damon Circosta with the N.C. Center for Voter Education and former State Board of Elections member Bill Peaslee talk about how we pay for elections and what it could mean for 2012.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes on the record with Maxine Eichner, a professor at University of North Carolina's law school, and Robert Orr, former state Supreme Court justice, on a proposed constitutional amendment to protect marriage.
WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with state treasurer Janet Cowell.
WRAL anchor David Crabtree talks with Rev. Stuart Hoke, who was next door in an Episcopal church when the towers fell on 9/11.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes On the Record with Raleigh mayoral candidates Billie Jean Redmond, Randall Williams and Nancy McFarlane.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks with Raleigh Spy Conference founder Bernie Reeves and Michael Sulick, who retired from the CIA after 28 years.
WRAL's Laura Leslie and her guests go "On the Record" about the Dow's wild rollercoaster week.
Lawmakers will come back next month to consider amending the state's constitution. To outline what might be ahead, we visited with guest Democratic political consultant Gary Pearce, Republican political consultant Carter Wrenn and Mark Binker, capitol bureau chief for the Greensboro News and Record.
Duke and N.C. State professors go "On the Record" to explain what the debt showdown in D.C. really means.
WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner and two photojournalists go "On the Record" about covering hurricanes.
House Speaker Thom Tillis goes "On the Record" about the GOP's first year in control of the General Assembly.
WRAL's David Crabtree and guests go On the Record about the work of law enforcement authorities and the risk of abuse of power.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go "On the Record" about redistricting with former state Supreme Court Justice Bob Orr and Jane Penske, director of North Carolina Coalition for Reform.
Reps. Tom Murry, R-Wake County, and Marcus Brandon, D-Guilford, go "On the Record" with WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie about their first year in the General Assembly.
Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton goes "On the Record" about the state budget battle.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes "On the Record" with CBS correspondent and former WRAL reporter Jim Axelrod, who is in town to talk about his new memoir, "In the Long Run."
WRAL's Cullen Browder goes "On the Record" about the state budget with Reps. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, and Grier Martin, D-Wake.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" with Senate President Pro-Tem Phil Berger about the state budget battle.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go "On the Record" about debates over unemployment, the state budget and voting requirements at the state Legislature this week.
WRAL's David Crabtree and NCCapitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie go "On the Record" about how social media is pushing into the world of politics.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks to Wake County schools superintendent Tony Tata and looks at Osama bin Laden's death, FEMA's response to the April tornadoes and the state budget debate.
Republicans and Democrats go "On the Record" about the state budget battle with WRAL's Cullen Browder and Laura Leslie.
Reps. Nelson Dollar and Deborah Ross go "On the Record" with WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie about the state budget, charter schools, voter IDs and a fox at the state Legislature.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Laura Leslie go "On the Record" about the state budget with Rep. Henry Michaux, D-Durham County, and Sen, Richard Stevens, R-Wake County.
Pat McCrory, the former mayor of Charlotte and 2008 GOP gubernatorial candidate, goes "On the Record" with NC Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie and WRAL's David Crabtree.
"On the Record" looks at new model for student assignment proposed by the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce and Wake Education Partnership.
"On the Record" looks at legal loopholes for DWI offenders, lawmakers' closed meetings with lobbyists, and the crash of a B52 bomber carrying nuclear bombs.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes "On the Record" about the 2012 Democratic National Convention coming to Charlotte.
Freshman state lawmakers go "On the Record" with WRAL's Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie and anchor David Crabtree.
WRAL's Capitol Bureau Chief Laura Leslie talks about how journalists will approach and present key issues for taxpayers.
New Wake County Superintendent Tony Tata goes "On the Record" with David Crabtree.
Whether your're facing foreclosure or thinking about buying a new home, get the latest tips from experts "On the Record" with David Crabtree.
Swede Boreen, of Pinehurst, recalls surviving the attack on Pearl Harbor that got American involved in World War II.
Gary Pierce, a reporter and political adviser, has written a biography of Gov. Jim Hunt. The pair talk about Hunt's legacy with WRAL's David Crabtree.
Rep. Thom Tillis, R-Mecklenburg County; Rep. Paul Stam, R-Wake County, and State Republican Party Chairman Tom Fetzer speak about the recent mid-term election results in "On the Record."
Rep. Mike McIntyre, D-District 7, and Republican challenger Illario Pantano go head-to-head in “On the Record.”
U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge, D-District 2, and Republican challenger Renee Ellmers go "On the Record" and debate health care reform.
Incumbent Brad Miller, a Democrat, and his challenger Republican Bill Randall discuss the issues in the 13th District.
Democratic Congressman David Price and Republican challenger B.J. Lawson face off over the issues in the upcoming election.
As political races and rhetoric heat up, On The Record looks at the candidates and issues.
WRAL assignment editor Jennifer Joyner goes “On the Record” about her battle with obesity and her new book, “Designated Fat Girl.”
Retired Gen. Hugh Shelton talks about his four decades in the Army and his new career as chairman of Red Hat.
WRAL's Crabtree goes "On the Record" to discuss home sales and the economy.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks about Triangle Flight of Honor, which helps veteran World War II survivors from North Carolina visit war memorials in Washington, D.C.
Rufus Edmisten, former state Attorney General, goes "On the Record" about investigating President Nixon and Watergate 36 years ago.
WRAL's Crabtree goes "On the Record" to discuss the death penalty and race in North Carolina.
Michael Alves, an educational consultant who believes Wake County parents can have more choices in their children's schooling without creating high-poverty schools, appeared on Saturday's On the Record with WRAL's David Crabtree.
Debra Goldman, vice chairwoman of the Wake County Board of Education, explains the position of the board majority in favor of a change to the student assignment policy. Five new members of the board voted in February to change that policy to emphasize neighborhood schools. Next On the Record: Michael Alves, an education consultant, outlines the opposition to that change.
George Hausen, the President of Legal Aid of North Carolina Inc., talks with WRAL's David Crabtree.
Blue Cross & Blue Shield North Carolina's new CEO Brad Wilson goes "On the Record" with WRAL's David Crabtree.
Take a look at what’s in the just-passed state budget and what’s left on lawmakers’ plates. Also, take a look at the spreading obesity among children in North Carolina.
The runoffs are over, and the ballots have been set for the November 2010 elections.
New technology is changing journalism and putting it in the hands of everyday people. WRAL’s David Crabtree, WRAL.com's Jodi Glusco and NCSU’s Dr. Robert Schrag discuss.
WRAL's David Crabtree explores why one out of 10 children are being bullied - and what can be done to stop it.
Two Republicans are vying for the nomination to challenge Rep. Brad Miller, D-13th District. They go On the Record with David Crabtree.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks with a man who was abused by a Catholic priest as a child.
WRAL's David Crabtree goes on the record about efforts to combat illiteracy in North Carolina, where about 1 million people can't read or write.
Sen. Josh Stein, D-Wake, and House Minority Whip Rep. Thom Tilli go "On the Record" with WRAL's David Crabtree about the state budget.
AIDS continues to be the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time. World Vision Experience: AIDS is working to make more people aware of the disease.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks to the three leading Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate before Tuesday’s primary.
WRAL’s David Crabtree explores the campaign against puppy mills in North Carolina.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks with new N.C. State University Chancellor Randy Woodson.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks with Dr. Lawrence Wheeler, director of the North Carolina Museum of Art, about the museum’s new building, which includes 362 skylights, louvers and aluminum and glass walls.
WRAL News reporter David Crabtree, photographer Keith Baker and engineer Tony Gupton traveled to Haiti this week with Global Medical Outreach to report on the aftermath of a devastating earthquake and medical relief efforts.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks with the original writers and director of "Good Ole Girls." The musical debuted in Chapel Hill 10 years ago and is now a hit on Off-Broadway.
David talks to two local experts about the recession and where jobs can be created.
WRAL's Bryan Mims, Tom Normanly and Tony Gupton talk with David Crabtree about their experiences in earthquake-devastated Haiti.
WRAL's Cullen Browder talks with a man who lived through the earthquake in Haiti and those who are helping the victims.
David visits with the dean of the new Campbell Law School in downtown Raleigh
CHAT with WRAL's David Crabtree LIVE at 1:30 p.m. Monday about how health care reform will impact businesses and the health care industry.
Host David Crabtree chats about 2009's top stories with WRAL's Kelcey Carlson, Brian Shrader and Dane Huffman.
WRAL's David Crabtree and Dr. Allen Mask and UNC's Dr. David Webber cut through the misinformation, myths and confusion surrounding the H1N1 virus and the seasonal flu.
Vietnam veterans talk about their return trip to the country where they waged war decades ago.
WRAL's David Crabtree talks about the latest development in the health care debate with Bob Gretchen, CEO of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina.
Chat with David Crabtree LIVE Monday at 1:30 p.m. He's talked about the Easley investigation with State Board of Elections head Larry Leake, Easley legal counselor Tommy Hicks and Joe Sinsheimer, Democratic consultant and political watchdog.
WRAL's Cullen Browder takes a look into the unfolding state and federal investigation into former Gov. Mike Easley’s campaign finances.
Hear from a survivor of domestic violence, and learn what you can do about it. Chat with WRAL's David Crabtree about the subject LIVE at 1:30 p.m. Monday.
With four new members, how will the Wake County Board of Education change public schools? Chat with the "On the Record" host LIVE at 1:30 p.m. Monday.
The Oct. 6 election could change long-standing policies about diversity, busing and neighborhood schools.
Do recent angry, outbursts indicate the decline of civility in the U.S.? Read the chat with WRAL's David Crabtree and GOLO's Angela Connor, and hear from St. Augustine's Dr. James Seymour and UNC's Dr. Chris Lundberg.
The governor discusses the budget, the economy and the state's future. Replay David Crabtree's talk with viewers about the interview with Bev Perdue.