Should protesters be worried about COVID-19? State health director weighs in
As North Carolina continues to reopen, we asked Dr. Betsey Tilson, the state health director, a few questions in wake of the recent civil unrest and protests that have largely thrown coronavirus cautions to the wind.
Defense Secretary reverses plan to send Ft. Bragg troops home from D.C. amid protests
Love of kids drives Gray's Creek baseball coach's positive influence
Latest Weather News
Rare derecho kills 3, cuts power to more than half of a million people in mid-Atlantic
A weather phenomenon known as an 'inland hurricane' swept across the mid-Atlantic on Wednesday, causing widespread damage and leaving hundreds of thousands in the dark.
Record-breaking Cristobal could approach US Gulf Coast as a hurricane
Coastal communities from Texas to Florida were being urged to stay vigilant on Wednesday -- even though a possible strike from Cristobal is still days away.
Daily coronavirus briefing: WHO reverses stance on controversial drug
The top official at the World Health Organization made a major announcement about hydroxychloroquine Wednesday in Geneva. And in the U.S., the NBA reportedly set a date and location for its season to resume.
AccuWeather School: Ahh, the smell of rain, but what are you actually smelling?
Everyone loves the smell of rain, but do you know what you are actually catching a whiff of? The answer from AccuWeather School may surprise you.
Seasonal plants that keep warm weather bugs away
Did you know seasonal plants can keep bugs from bothering you in spring and summer? Explore the indoor and outdoor plants that repel those annoying flies.
How does powder sunscreen work?
Powder sunscreen has a following because it does not affect oily skin and can be worn under makeup. But does it effectively protect your skin and keep you safe?