Hurricane season in the Atlantic begins in less than two weeks and, for the first time, the National Hurricane Center is using storm surge to gauge the strength of a hurricane.
Survivors and families of victims of American Airlines flights 3378 and 3379 gathered in Cary on Saturday to dedicate a new memorial at Carpenter Park.
There will be a little black dot will be on the sun Monday. Mercury will transit or pass in front of the sun from our vantage point here on Earth. Unlike total an eclipse, that's no invisible sun. Viewing this event safely requires a telescope with the proper filter.
Astronauts and scientists will visit the Research Triangle Region to share the accomplishments and research opportunities aboard the International Space Station (ISS). The roadshow makes stops in Chapel Hill, Research Triangle Park (RTP), and Raleigh May 3-6.
Shakespeare lived during a time when the medieval world of astrology, magic and superstition was being left behind and the Scientific Revolution was beginning.
Not only is the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences the oldest established museum in the state, it is the largest of its kind in the Southeast. We are very fortunate to have these resources right in our backyard.
Many people associate tornadoes with destruction and death, but the majority of storms don't typically result in fatalities.
Several conditions made April 16, 2011 ripe for a tornado, and on Tuesday, WRAL Chief Meteorologist Greg Fishel looked back at the ingredients that made for a devastating storm.