A Durham County Superior Court jury found a man guilty Friday of fatally shooting his wife in the chest. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Travis Lamont Daughtridge, 28, was convicted of first-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a felon in the October 2011 death of 30-year-old Simeka Daughtridge at their home on Spruce Street in Durham.
Sylvia Hatchell says that she was unaware of academic fraud at North Carolina and that “no one had more academic integrity” than Jan Boxill, her top academic counselor and a former faculty chair who was heavily implicated in the scandal.
The murder of a Raleigh teen earlier this week sparked concern for those who often use online websites to purchase merchandise.
A tractor-trailer driver has been charged with failing to maintain lane control after he lost control of his vehicle crashed into a bridge guardrail on Interstate 85 North Friday morning.
A jury is expected to begin deliberating today in the first-degree murder trial of a man accused of shooting his wife in the chest during an argument.
UNC-Chapel Hill student Kelly Corish, a member of the swimming and diving team, said Thursday she was “absolutely” shocked about the findings of academic fraud in one university department released last week.
Another administrator from N.C. Central University has moved to a top job in county government, this time to head its Budget & Management Services Department.
The new budget director is Claudia Odom Hager, who was formally re-introduced to County Commissioners earlier this week.
Former co-workers of a bicyclist who died after being injured in a collision with a pickup truck want city leaders to help honor him by letting them sponsor a bike rack in his memory.
Financial information was released Thursday for athletics departments at Duke University and University of North Carolina.
The Durham Police Department is investigating an incident where a young boy was burned at a local motel.
The University of North Carolina has spent about $782,000 since May to hire an outside public relations firm to help with communications on the athletics and academics scandal, a university spokesman said Wednesday.
Sid Keith says the various treasures in his shop come from constantly collecting worldwide. He answers a business call and speaks in Russian.
Githens Middle School Principal Tonya Williams spent nearly an hour in her office Thursday chatting up her boss, Superintendent Bert L’Homme, who feigned a reason to visit.
After talking about her career in education, test scores, students and other such matters, Williams thought it odd that L’Homme didn’t want to take a tour of the school.
Residents in Orange County should call 919-732-5856 or use cell phone to dial 911. Residents in Person County 336-597-0545.