Over 100 Riverside High students, parents, faculty, and others gather on March 18 to protest the scheduled deportation of Wildin Acosta, a Riverside student who was taken into custody by ICE on his way to school.
Supporters protest deportation of Wildin Acosta
Listen to the 911 call that led to the daring rescue of two women trapped in their car in an icy creek
The sun warms things up, but snow keeps most people home
Snow means school's out for Orange County students
Chainsaws, shovels, brooms and sleds. The Bull City digs out from winter storm
UNC students celebrate a snow day in Kenan Stadium
Snow people pop up on UNC's campus
Snowstorm turns Durham and much of Triangle into a winter wonderland
Watch: A snow day means winter fun in Hillsborough
Members of the Congregation of Beth El Synagogue in Durham carry the Torah along West Trinity Avenue on Sunday, Jan., 14, 2018, en route to Trinity Presbyterian Church. Beth El Synagogue, 1004 Watts St., is about to undergo renovations, and Trinity Presbyterian, 972 W. Trinity Ave., offered the congregation space to use for worship until its own space is ready for their return.