Don’t expect the wrecking balls to start swinging toward the Liberty Warehouse for another month, but the first stages of demolition have begun.
Durham police investigators are trying to locate Johnathan Robert Warda who is wanted on burglary and first-degree arson charges.
A UNC Board of Governors committee moved a proposal forward on Thursday to cap the amount of need-based aid that comes from tuition dollars in an effort to help working families. But others say it may hurt middle as well as low-income families and could lead to more student debt.
A Durham woman was sentenced Thursday to 30 months in federal prison for conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Justice Department and IRS announced.
Advocates conceded Friday that the N.C. Senate has blocked an extension past the end of the year of a state tax credit that’s subsidized the rehabilitation of historic properties like Durham’s American Tobacco complex.
Police and fire crews responded to a car crash on the 2700 block of Holloway Street about 9:10 p.m. Thursday that left four people with serious injuries.
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors approved Thursday a 15 percent cap on the share of need-based aid that is paid out of tuition dollars.
Speaking before a series of recommendations were released to address campus sexual assault, violence and drug and alcohol abuse, University of North Carolina President Tom Ross told the UNC Board of Governors on Thursday that the campuses “remain safe.”
Attorneys at the N.C. Attorney General’s office want the case brought by former athletics department learning specialist Mary Willingham against the University of North Carolina and the UNC-Chapel Hill moved to federal court.
After a jury acquitted Laurence Lovette on charges of first-degree murder and armed robbery Wednesday, Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez said the department will revisit the Abhijit Mahato case – six years after his death.
It was a somber celebration of life Wednesday night, exactly one week since the brutal attack took the life of Feng Liu, a University of North Carolina professor.
Colleagues, students, strangers and members of the UNC family came out to remember Liu, who many described as a loving husband, father and mentor.
Staging a mini-revolt against the chamber’s own leaders, the N.C. House Finance Committee agreed Wednesday to try once again to extend a state tax credit that subsidizes the renovation of historic buildings.
The search for a 4-year-old boy and a 27-year-old Durham woman came to a halt one day after the two were reported missing.