'The Interview': Which Theaters Are Showing the Film on Christmas Day
Indie theaters around the country will screen Sony's comedy
Slain NYPD Officers Honored at NC Memorial
The Triangle Martin Luther King Committee held a memorial Sunday in honor of the two NYPD officers killed in an ambush last week to show their support for officers all across the country.
Gas Prices Continue to Dip in NC
A gallon of regular gas is now close to $2 in much of the state and it is being sold for even less in some other states. The national average price for a gallon of regular gas is about $2.29.
City Council postpones Fairview Road plans, approves Hazel Mill, Thompson Street
After lengthy public hearings, Asheville City Council members passed three controversial requests during a long Tuesday evening meeting Dec. 9. They approved apartment plans for Hazel Mill Road in West Asheville and on Thompson Street and Stoner Road near Biltmore Village but postponed a decision for a Fairview Road plan at the developer?s request. They also adopted changes [?]
Happy ending for NC man who lost memory, became homeless
RALEIGH, N.C. ? It?s a happy ending for a North Carolina man who lost his memory and became homeless in Raleigh. Charles Ray lost contact with his family in Fayetteville about 10 years ago, according to WTVD-TV. He suffered a stroke that affected his memory during that time, making it impossible for him to recall [?]
20 displaced in southwest Charlotte apartment fire
Fire officials say food was left unattended cooking on the stove, which is the number one cause of residential fires.
Raleigh Mayor's Breakfast Brings Citizens Together
The City of Raleigh's Human Relations Commission celebrated the 10th annual Mayor's Unity Breakfast Saturday morning.
Tom's of Maine Gives $500,000 to Inspirational Nonprofits Across the Nation
KENNEBUNK, Maine, Dec. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- 'Tis the season to give back. Today, 51 nonprofit organizations will be able to give back more in local communities as winners of the Tom's of Maine sixth ...
Capital Tonight Dec. 15: Racial Profiling Bill
On Capital Tonight: Recent protests over grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Miss. and New York City have brought to light issues with police behavior. We talk with Rep. Rodney Moore about his bill to curb racial profiling. Rob Christensen joins the reporter roundtable.
?The Interview? released on YouTube, in theaters Thursday
Sony released The Interview on three streaming services Wednesday afternoon, while small theaters prepared to release the film on Thursday. ? Update (12:15 p.m. eastern): Sony has officially announced that The Interview will be available online starting today, Christmas Eve, on Google Play, YouTube Movies, Microsoft?s Xbox Video, and www.seetheinterview.com. The film will be available [?] The ...