More Highlights for WRAL-TV
Focal Point: Green Acres looks at how development is affecting ordinary people and places across North Carolina. It examines development trends that may hold the key to managing growth in a way that protects important green spaces and it looks at how conservation groups are scrambling to protect land in the face of rapid growth and skyrocketing land prices.
The program, hosted by WRAL News anchor Bill Leslie, aired Wednesday, August 9 2006.
WRAL-TV Meteorologist Aimee Wilmoth has never been so happy to see the ground as she was on Friday, September 29, 2017. Wilmoth joined the ranks of the WRAL personalities who have gone “Over the Edge” for Special Olympics. Although she
SKY 5 pilot Mike Allen finds two missing boy scouts and their scoutmaster clinging to trees after their canoes overturned in the Cape Fear River in Harnett County.
Since SKY 5 is not equipped with rescue gear, the National Guard helicopter was called to execute the rescue., while SKY 5 oversaw the direction.
WRAL News reporter Leyla Santiago and photographer Zac Gooch travelled to Cuba to explore the changing relationship between American and the island nation. Their trip yielded an award winning documentary titled, “Inside Cuba.”
On the day “Inside Cuba” aired, Leyla talked with WRAL Morning News anchors Michelle Marsh and Renee Chou about the people she met during her trip.
October 21, 2015
Locally-owned and operated Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC) announced today it has secured a long-term deal with DISH Network L.L.C. for retransmission of WRAL-TV, WRAZ-TV and WILM-TV in the Raleigh, N.C. and Wilmington, N.C. markets. The deal was completed months in