Sort by:
  • Name

Highlights for Newscasts

  • WRAL-TV Celebrates 60th Tower Lighting with Half-Hour Special, Client Reception

    WRAL-TV lit the 300-foot tower for the 60th time on Monday, December 3, 2018.  The evening began with weather reports from the fountain out front, continuing throughout the newscasts and culminating with a half-hour special at 7pm.  Several special guests
  • New Anchor for WRAL-TV: Brad Johansen Joins Team in April 2018

    WRAL-TV welcomes Brad Johansen to the WRAL news team, beginning in April of 2018.  Johansen will anchor a variety of newscasts alongside the current WRAL news team of Debra Morgan, Gerald Owens, Kathryn Brown and David Crabtree, who is set
  • SKY 5 Directs Boy Scout River Rescue

    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.

    Circa 1983.

  • WRAL News reporter Leyla Santiago talks about Cuba

    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

  • Hurricane Irma reported by WRAL reporter Ken Smith

    Hurricane Irma caused massive devastation to the US Virgin Islands during early September, 2017.

    In response, the US ARMY 602 medical company – based at Fort Bragg, North Carolina – deployed on recovery and medical mission to ST. Thomas. WRAL reporter Ken Smith and photojournalist Richard Adkins flew with the military team to document the effort.

    While there, another hurricane named Maria approached ST Thomas. The 602nd medical company had to temporarily suspend their activity and transfer to a Navy ship for safety until Hurricane Maria passed by.

    WRAL news anchor: Kathryn Brown
    Aired: September 17, 2017

1 2 3 39