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In 2022, the annual celebration was marred by an unexpected tragedy when an out-of-control pickup truck plowed into a dance troupe of young girls, killing 11-year-old Hailey Brooks.
Heather Leah, WRAL multiplatform producer
Just in time for Halloween crowds, a private security force will begin patrolling parts of downtown Raleigh.
Lora Lavigne, WRAL anchor/reporter
Executives from FUJIFILM, Lenovo, SAS, and John Deere said cutting emissions can benefit the bottom line while improving our environment at the Raleigh Chamber's first sustainability conference Wednesday. Michael Regan, head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, called the market demand for greener products and policies a "win-win opportunity."
Liz McLaughlin, WRAL Climate Change Reporter
The outlook for the future of Raleigh remains positive. Ted Abernathy, the managing partner of Economic Leadership, said the Raleigh metropolitan area is expected to increase in population at the second-fastest rate in the nation, behind Austin, Texas.
The Raleigh Chamber and Wake County Economic Development hosted an event earlier this week, looking at what's next for the region.
Launch 2022 will include presentations on commercial real estate, economic development, the talent and labor market, and venture capital, organizers tell WRAL TechWire.
Adrienne Cole, CEO of the greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, talks with Wake Economic Development's Michael Haley and Ashley Cagle about recent announcements from Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies and Google in this YouTube interview.
The role of race in our society has been on the minds of many since the death of George Floyd last month. The conversation can be a tough one, especially for business leaders. The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce is trying to help local businesses navigate the tough questions ahead.
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce invited Ben & Jerry's CEO Matthew McCarthy to speak to local business leaders in an effort to discuss corporate activism at a time of social unrest.
Mandy Mitchell, WRAL reporter
Economists and business executives discuss how they think North Carolina and the Triangle economies will perform in 2020 during a Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce roundtable.
The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce is having a special event this week to celebrate first responders and their contributions to the community.
Sarah Lindenfeld Hall, Go Ask Mom editor
Six hundred people filled the Raleigh Convention Center on Friday to talk about diversity in the workplace, which organizers said is becoming an increasingly important issue.
Laura Leslie, WRAL Capitol Bureau chief
A former chairwoman of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce was released from federal prison Friday after serving almost six years for fraud.
The master plan is considered a starting point that could result in what is being called Raleigh's Central Park.
Sarah Krueger, WRAL reporter & Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
After more than a year of meetings and input from thousands of Raleigh residents, the planning process for the Dorothea Dix Park project has come to a close, and planners now want to show off the vision for the park.
Ken Smith, WRAL, anchor/reporter, Richard Adkins, WRAL photojournalist, & Matthew Burns, WRAL.com senior producer/politics editor
Speaking at the Raleigh Chamber's 2019 Economic Forecast event this Thursday, Charlie Dougherty, Wells Fargo Securities' vice president and economist, said he remains optimistic about the Oak City's prospects.