Did your favorite make the list? Here are the most popular toys since 1952.
Malls, mail, and Zoom could help get your list into Santa's hands!
Santa is still coming to town in 2020! Here are some festive options to get your wish list (safely) into Santa's hands this holiday season.
Not all Thanksgiving dishes are as they appear
While Thanksgiving gatherings might look different from other years, the feast won't likely get too off track. Here is a deep dive into some myths behind Thanksgiving's favorite dishes on today's 5 to Know.
These are some of the strangest items TSA won't let you bring in your carry-on bag.
Dreaming of the next time you can travel? You might be thinking of what you'd pack in your carry-on bag. Check out the weirdest things that TSA won’t let you take through airport security before you hop on the next flight.
Hormel has released a bacon-scented face mask so you can smell bacon all the time. You can get your hands on one for free. Would you wear it? Check out today's 5 to Know for more info.
Halloween 2020 will look surely different this year, but here are five spooky Halloween traditions and their origins to boost your spooky spirit.
People love to hate on in-flight meals. Whether you're choosing to travel or dreaming of the next time you can hop on a flight, here are some weird facts about airplane food that might surprise you.
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BETHLEHEM — There are at least 18 places named Bethlehem in the United States, including the one in Alexander County just across the N.C. 127 bridge.
“The friendship of the LORD is for those who fear him, and he makes his covenant known to them.” — Psalm 25:14
Waynesville resident Lewis Easton Cantwell used his cellphone to record fellow rioters attacking law enforcement officers and yelled, “Get the door open!” as he stood with others at an entrance to the Capitol, according to court documents.
A necropsy is being conducted to determine how long it has been dead and a possible cause, park officials said.
Hundreds of people were rattled by an earthquake late Wednesday in the North Carolina mountains 100 miles west of Charlotte, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The ripple effect was felt at least 271 miles away, in the southeastern part of the state, officials say. It happened at 10:23 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, and registered as a 2.7 magnitude, which is considered mild. No damage was ...
The Kaufmans are staying with family in Summerfield while waiting for news about when power will be restored to their home and their children's schools in Moore County.
Iredell County Sheriff’s Office detectives following up on a missing persons report found a body off Parkertown Road near Troutman on Thursday and the death is being investigated as a homicide, said Sheriff Darren Campbell.
There was a new face swinging the gavel to open the first meeting of the new Iredell County Board of Commissioners. The new chair, Melissa Neader, took over as Bert Connolly joined Scottie Brown, Gene Houpe and Brad Stroud Sr. after the November election winners were sworn in on Monday. Stro…
Councilman Joe Hudson, a former city staff member himself, took a moment to comment on an unnamed council member's recent comments at pre and regular council meetings, saying they had been sarcastic and insulting to the staff. He said the city staff handled it professionally, but noted it's …
The Iredell County Board of Commissioners swore in its recently elected members Monday morning, as Bert Connolly joined Brad Stroud Sr. and Gene Houpe on the governing body.