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  • Event Marks 10 Years, $5 Million for Kay Yow Cancer Fund

    Capitol Broadcasting Company serves as Media Sponsor for the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, and WRAL-TV Sports Anchor Jeff Gravley, a big supporter of the event, serves as emcee. The Kay Yow Cancer Fund, formed long
  • 1992 NCAA Basketball Final Four tournament Compilation of WRAL Sports Coverage

    Enjoy watching a compilation of newscasts featuring coverage of the 1992 NCAA Basketball Final Four and championship game. Spoiler alert! Duke University won the championship.

    WRAL sent a news and sports team to cover the excitement of the event. You’ll meet the student who was the Duke Blue Devil in 1992.

  • WRAL Sports 1st Extra Effort Award recipient HOWARD WATSON

    WRAL Sports anchor Tom Suiter delivered the first “Extra Effort” award to Howard Watson in September, 1981. He played defensive end for the Cougars at Apex High School.

    Little did we know in 1981, there was more than one connection Watson had with WRAL. Fast forward 34 years to 2015 when Jeff Gravley, now WRAL Sports Director/anchor, caught up with Watson at his old high school.

    Gravley played high school football at the same time as Watson. He was a quarterback at Webb High School and played against Apex High School. Watson admits he probably tackled Gravley back in the day.

    Watch and listen to what Howard Watson did after high school and what he is doing now.

    This story aired in November, 2015.

  • Reunited: WRAL Team Back from Rio

    They’re baaaaccckkk!  The Super Six arrived back in Raleigh on the evening of Tuesday, August 23, 2016, after over three weeks covering the Summer Olympics in Rio.  Thankfully WRAL-TV Anchors Debra Morgan, Renee Chou, Jeff Gravley & WRAL-TV Photojournalists Brad
  • Crossing the Finish Line in Rio: WRAL-TV Team Closes Olympic Journey

    It’s not how you begin, it’s how you finish.  WRAL-TV Anchor/Reporter Debra Morgan, Renee Chou & Jeff Gravley, along with WRAL-TV Photojournalists Ed Wilson, Keith Baker and Brad Simmons dealt with delayed flights, missed connections and lost luggage on their