Logging begins to take down the trees Monday, June 11, 2018, on a 15-acre tract at the corner of Estes Drive and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Chapel Hill. Landowner Kathryn Butler has submitted plans unsuccessfully to develop the property.
Satana Deberry explains why new progressive policies will not be soft on violent crime. Deberry is set to become Durham County's district attorney in January after winning the Democratic primary with no Republican opponent on the ballot this fall.
On June 1, Sandra McCullen and her neighbors, who live in a homeless camp at the intersection of West Chapel Hill Street and NC-147, received government notices that they were to leave the area or face arrest.
Tarish Pipkins, a.k.a. Jeghetto, a puppeteer based in Chapel Hill, felt strongly about creating art around lynching in America. "Just Another Lynching," an emotional performance, will be at The Arts Center in Carrboro on June 8th and 9th.
Whether someone has asked you for help or you sense someone is in distress, here are some general guidelines to help support possible victims of abuse, be it physical, emotional, sexual, psychological or financial.
Do you know what to do if you accidentally dial 911? Do you know what information is crucial in an emergency? Here's what you need to know in North Texas to get the police, fire or ambulance service you need fast.
Satana Deberry has said she plans to implement a policy in which unsecured bonds would be sought for people who commit some low-level, nonviolent crimes. How will she respond if a person let out on unsecured bond is arrested for another crime?
Rosemary and John Abram live on a fixed income. Their apartment building on Morehead Ave. in Durham, NC was sold to a company in Texas in 2017. On April 1, 2018 they were given 30 days to vacate or apply for a renovated, more expensive unit.
Loretta Prevo talks about her son Mark Stiles, who was shot and killed Thursday, May 17, 2018, near the J building at Camelot Village in Chapel Hill. Keon Tramel Council, 21, was charged with murder in the killing.
Orange County Commissioners Vice Chairwoman Penny Rich talked with media after a May 15, 2018, vote to approve new flag rules. Rich said she expects the community conversation about Confederate symbols and the Confederate flag to continue.