Prince Fielder begins rehab
Prince Fielder is focused on healing after neck surgery and not worried about when he will play again for the Texas Rangers.
How hot will your city be in the year 2100?
Science organization Climate Central has compiled their research to predict the average summer temperature of all major U.S. cities for the year 2100.
Man charged in Wilson dreadlocks wig robbery
Wigs falls off as man makes getaway from North Carolina State Employees Credit Union
When the CIA Keeps the President in the Dark
"Let's say you're recruiting the butler to the prime minister..."
Power outage in Cary leaves 1,500 without electricity
Duke Energy Progress reports a power outage in the area of Cary's Preston development has left about 1,500 customers without electricity.
Packers hold off Brett Favre return
Green Bay president Mark Murphy believes the relationship between the Packers and former quarterback Brett Favre remains strong, but there are no plans to retire Favre's No. 4 jersey this coming season.
LeBron Brazil-bound after Miami stop
LeBron James and Dwyane Wade flew back to Miami on Thursday night after the Miami Heat free agents had spent the day at the LeBron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas.
Calvin Johnson likes Lions' chances
The Detroit Lions have been a stranger to success, but some members of the 2014 version are bullish on their chances this season, including the team's best player.
Texas Massacre Suspect Falls To Knees in Court
Houston shooter Ron Haskell dropped to his knees in a court hearing just moments ago after hearing a statement from the sole survivor of his alleged rampage.
Letter still an issue for LeBron
One reason, if not the major reason, that LeBron James has taken so long to decide whether to play in Miami or Cleveland next season is the infamous letter Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert penned about James in 2010, sources said.
Threat reported at Rex Hospital in Raleigh
Raleigh police surrounded parts of the hospital Friday morning after someone reported a threat.
No freedom for man jailed for 20 years in Durham murder case
A Durham judge agreed to bail Friday for a man imprisoned 20 years after a double murder conviction - but case now goes to appeals court