A crowd of perhaps 2,000 protesters filled CCB Plaza in downtown Durham Saturday, joining more than 800 local protests around the nation in conjunction with the national Washington, D.C., “March for Our Lives” rally.
Lucy Zastrow, a retired major with the Durham County Sheriff's Office, criticized the school board Thursday for its resolution asking Congress and state lawmakers to pass stricter gun laws. The school board unanimously approved the resolution.
Durham-based substance abuse program Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA) wants to expand to the Triad. But the nonprofit is going to need help from the state to make that happen.
30 minutes of exercise in short bursts like walking up stairs instead of taking elevator, found to be effective in increasing healthy life span by Duke University School of Medicine researchers. William E. Kraus discusses study findings.
Hillsborough is undertaking a West Fork Eno Reservoir expansion that will support residential and commercial growth into the future. The $16 million project will create 3 million gallons of water capacity.
Durham police are asking for the public to help locate the two vehicles seen traveling in the background of this video around the time of the fatal hit-and-run of a pedestrian in Durham on February 28, 2018.
Wavey Walker Alston used to take morphine three times a day for chronic back pain. Now he is down to once a day and with the help of doctors at the Durham Veterans Affairs Health Care System, plans to be off his pain medication soon.
U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-Durham, used his one-minute speech time in the U.S. House Wednesday, March 14, 2018 to congratulate his alma mater, N.C. Central University, for making the NCAA Tournament for the third time in its history.