Congressional Gun Violence Prevention Task Force meeting
The Congressional Gun Violence Prevention Task Force meets Jan. 23, 2013, to discuss what steps Congress can take to reduce gun violence while respecting the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding Americans.
Tsunami debris washes up on Ore. coast
A huge dock washed ashore at Agate Beach near Newport, Oregon earlier this week. The dock is just one of millions of pieces of debris washed into the Pacific Ocean by last year's Japan tsunami .-- it took. Fifteen months ago is when the massive earthquake and tsunami devastated parts of Japan. The -- seven feet tall nineteen feet wide and 66 feet long is debris from that tsunami . Although some of the debris has turned up in Alaska this is the first this made landfall on the Oregon coast. It's
On the Record Extra: Lehrer discusses broadcasting career
Veteran PBS newsman Jim Lehrer talks about his career with WRAL News anchor David Crabtree.a difficult problem now because we've Britain have been hit of this tsunami . Information as a result a lot of technical revolutions it's all good. You got hurt. Which always happens when our revelations. That
Lynda Loveland: We came, we saw, we Disneyed
We earned our first set of mouse ears!
Couple's story inspires outpouring of support
A Raleigh couple opened their lives Monday, sharing their story of homelessness and struggle on WRAL News. In response, the community opened their hearts and wallets, triggering a tsunami of generosity that will help John and Lee Venable and others in similar situations.
Japan disaster triggers Lenovo plans to test PCs for radiation
Lenovo, the world's No. 4 PC maker, is preparing to test parts purchased in Japan for radiation and also expects to experience shortages that will affect the availability of multiple products this spring.
State: No elevated health risk from radiation in NC
State environmental health officials said Thursday that daily monitoring of radiation levels in North Carolina has found nothing to indicate any public health risk.
Carolinas utilities report radiation from Japan
Five former North Carolina prison inmates who served a combined 60 years in prison for crimes they did not commit want state lawmakers to keep in place protections for those wrongly accused.The human tragedy from the earthquake and tsunami in Japan continues to move this even though what happened halfway around the world. Now it turns out the radiation from the
a target="" onclick="EZDATA.trackGaEvent('topic-landing', 'navigation', 'external');" href="/business/story/9340916/" galabel="external" class="ez-title">Carolinas utilities report radiation from Japan
Utilities in North and South Carolina have reported trace amounts of radiation from a nuclear reactor in Japan that was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami .
Daily deals 3/18: donate to Japan relief with 100% match!
Today's deals include 2 ways to donate to the relief effort in Japan. Living Social is even matching contributions 100%! Other deals include pizza, salon, coffee house, yarn and pressure washing!