Police on Tuesday released more information about an officer-involved shooting at the Burton Apartments on Mathison Street that still has a man hospitalized in critical condition with a head wound.
Who would give up the Garden of Eden for an apple?
According to Dan Ariely, a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University, we’re all doing that sort of thing all the time.
The American Dance Festival program “On Their Bodies” offers a rare opportunity to see four award-winning, male choreographers, with their own companies, perform their new solos on the same program. Performances take place today and Wednesday at Durham Performing Arts Center.
By official records, this July has been rainy. The National Weather Service in Raleigh has recorded 6.98 inches of rain so far this month – 3.84 inches above average.
But depending on where you are in the Triangle, that 6.98 inches of rain might not have hit you, or you could have received more.
National Weather Service meteorologists describe rainfall like that as “localized.” Pockets of heavy rain can fall at one part of the city, and then on the other half there could be none.
Leaders of Durham’s 11th charter school, Reaching All Minds Academy, said Tuesday that the school is set to open Aug. 18.
A witness testified Tuesday that Laurence Lovette admitted robbing and fatally shooting a Duke University graduate student in 2008.
Heavy rains moved through Durham on Monday, dumping between 2 and 2.5 inches of rain in southwestern parts of the city and leading to flash flood warnings on Monday.
Scattered storms are expected throughout the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Mondays flooding followed last week’s rains that covered parts of Forest Hills Park with nearly two feet of water.
While UNC Health Care was affected by significant costs last fiscal year from its a new electronic health record system, the Chapel Hill-based health care system is expecting to be more flush in fiscal year 2015.
Not a single tear was shed in Deborah Jones’ pre-K class at Holt Elementary Language Academy on Monday after her busy 4-year-olds said goodbye to their parents.
The students found Jones’ cache of toys and not a one whimpered when their parents said farewell and headed for the exit, leaving them in Jones’ able care.
“I need to see you smiling,” Jones prodded anxious parents as they left the classroom.
A witness in the murder trial of Laurence Lovette testified Monday that he falsely told police after the slaying of a Duke University graduate student that he had been with Lovette that night.
A one-man sign campaign against Sheriff Mike Andrews could trigger a move by city officials later this year to rewrite Durham’s rules for placing non-commercial messages in public street rights-of-way.
As a group of high school students looked on from the river bank, professor Brent McKee stuck a tool into the bottom of the Neuse River to collect sand, leaves, sticks and dirt.
Then he carried the core sample back to the shore and instructed the students to spread it out in sections.
Programming for the American Dance Festival’s sixth week proves, once again, that the house of modern dance has many tenants (and tenets).
The party is over for more than 3,100 students who attend Durham Public Schools five year-round schools.