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  • WRAL-TV Wraps 5th Annual CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship Program

    WRAL hosted 12 student journalists from across the country as part of the fifth annual CBC-UNC Diversity Fellowship. Each spring, WRAL teams up with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to welcome the students to participate in a
  • Recollections of President Kennedy’s 1961 visit to NC

    October 12, 1961 President John F. Kennedy visited the campus of University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Later that day, the President traveled to Fort Bragg near Fayetteville. UNC Chancellor William Friday shared his recollections of that historic day with WRAL News reporter Scott Mason.

  • Man on the Moon

    In 1963, WRAL News director and anchor Bill Armstrong landed an interview with NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong, no relation, at the Morehead Planetarium in Chapel Hill. Neil Armstrong and other astronauts were there January 28-30, 1963 learning about celestial navigation.
  • WRAL Staffers Create App to Make UNC Academic Fraud Records Available to Viewers

    When the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill posted 200,000-plus pages of public records on its website last month, it allowed the public to read some of the 5 million pages of emails, memos and other documents collected as part
  • Stuart Scott introduces Tar Heels

    ESPN star Stuart Scott introduces UNC team at Late Night with Roy event. Scott was a WRAL-TV reporter who gained fame as a network sports anchor.