A busy morning at @wral
Gabrielle Union was a host for one year on "America's Got Talent" before her abrupt exit. She says she was let go after reportedly raising allegations regarding sexist and racially inappropriate incidents on set. . Union says she had a "productive" meeting on Wednesday with NBC network executives where she presented her "unfiltered truth." Click the link in our bio for more. . 📷 Trae Patton / NBC
Thanks @wralcameraman for the pic. Repost: Inside WRAL studios with my Road dog Nia Harden...She is letting you guys know which way you should travel.
Hit-and-Run in Raleigh on Anson Way and Sox Forks RD. Police say the suspect later crashed hitting a tree. The victim and suspect were taken to hospital. @wral
Former Speaker Boehner attends a ceremony to unveil his new portrait at the US Capitol. . 📷 Alex Edelman / @gettyimages
After years of criticism from LGBTQ rights advocates, Chick-fil-A announced Monday that its charitable foundation will no longer donate to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, which have been criticized for their views on homosexuality and same-sex marriage. Starting in 2020, Chick-fil-A said it will work exclusively with organizations that focus on education, homelessness and hunger. (📸: Getty Images )