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Duke University opened an investigation into a second racial incident in as many weeks after officials learned early Wednesday that someone had tied a makeshift noose to a tree in front of the Bryan Center.
Hundreds of people gathered in the stands at Kelly-O’Riddick Stadium on the campus of North Carolina Central Thursday afternoon to mourn Tuesday’s death of senior Chekeria ‘KeKe’ Reid.
The Durham County Sheriff’s Office said investigators do not believe that any foul play was involved in the disappearance and return of two Durham County girls.
Biopharmaceutical company Argos Therapeutics has received $6.6 million from The National Institutes of Health Divisions of AIDS (DAIDS) to further studies on its immunotherapy for HIV.
Gathering outside the McDonald’s on West Morgan Street Wednesday, fast food workers and other protesters pushing for a higher minimum wage said they are preparing for the largest mobilization of low-wage workers in history.
The mayors of Chapel Hill and Carrboro recently collaborated with other gay Tar Heel mayors to send a letter to Governor McCrory regarding potential religious freedom legislation.
Kelton Breshon Fox, 17, the Durham teen accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Friday will not face the death penalty if convicted of the crime because of his age.
Researchers led by UNC chemists say they’ve come up with new 3D printing technology that works “in minutes instead of hours,” according to a report they’ve published in a leading journal. “What we’ve essentially done is increased the speed of 3D prints from 25 to 100 times faster than what you can get on today’s current printers,” said Ed Samulski, a UNC chemistry professor who co-authored the report in the March 20 edition of Science.
The Furniture Project, with a name that describes just what it is, is growing and needs volunteers. A ministry started by Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, the project collects furniture donations and distributes the furniture to those who need it most — once-homeless people getting set up in a new home.
When Tatiana Birgisson began brewing highly caffeinated teas in her dorm room at Duke University, she didn’t intend to start a business. But after she needed an entrepreneurial idea for school, she decided to explore bottling and selling her beverages under the name Mati Energy. Now, just a few years later, 25-year-old Birgisson will be the first consumer product entrepreneur to pitch at Google Demo Day in California Thursday, April 2 with the goal of raising several million dollars.
Duke University officials are investigating a noose discovered early this morning on a tree near the Bryan Center Plaza in the center of West Campus.
A crash that killed one N.C. Central University student and injured another on N.C. Highway 55 Tuesday night is still under investigation.
The Durham County Sheriff’s Office is reporting the two Durham County girls that were reported missing have returned home.
There is no evidence the juveniles were endangered and there were no signs of foul play, the sheriff’s office said in an early-morning release.
An N. C. Central University student was killed and another injured in a traffic accident Tuesday evening on N. C. 55 near Crete Street.