At 7 on WRAL: Get answers to your coronavirus questions — WRAL News gets answers to coronavirus questions from Ralph Baric, a microbiologist and epidemiologist at UNC-Chapel Hill, so people can ...
wral.com These are the faces of some of the US coronavirus victims Those lost to the coronavirus include a former New York fire marshal who sprang into action on 9/11, a mother to six who was battling breast cancer, and four members of a New Jersey family.
The content on this page is best viewed on a tablet or desktop computer. wral.com. RALEIGH • DURHAM FAYETTEVILLE
Contact us WRAL-TV ★ I need help from 5 On Your Side How do I send an email to a WRAL reporter? Can I make WRAL-TV the default channel on my cable box? How do I get WRAL2? What's on WRAL-TV?
Cloudy with rain likely this evening and overnight. Lows in the mid 40s. Mostly cloudy start this morning with a small chance for rain in the southern counties then cloudy with rain across the ...
Program Alert. At 7 on WRAL: Get answers to your coronavirus questions — WRAL News is getting answers to coronavirus questions from SAS Chief Operating Officer Oliver Schabenberger and the U.S. Attorney Robert Higdon so people can address the pandemic with facts, not fear. more
Program Alert. At 7 on WRAL: Triangle mayors answer questions about coronavirus response — Raleigh Mayor MaryAnn Baldwin, Durham Mayor Steve Schewel and Chapel Hill Mayor Pam Hemminger discuss local response to the coronavirus outbreak and answer residents' questions during a roundtable discussion on WRAL's "Coronavirus: Facts, not fear" special.
Get the latest Raleigh area news, weather forecasts, I-40 traffic, ACC and high school sports, strange news and blogs for Central and Eastern North Carolina, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, Rocky Mount and Wilson.
Program Alert. At 6: Greener plastics, greener farms and greener cosmetics! How two UNC students are using a locally grown plant to help reverse climate change — Greener plastics, greener farms and greener cosmetics! At 6, WRAL's Mandy Mitchell introduces you to two UNC students on a mission to reverse climate change.
Walk MS brings together a community of passionate people for one powerful cause: to end MS forever. And with every step we take and every dollar we raise... we're that much closer.