In this week's episode of GameDay, Herald-Sun sports reporters Steve Wiseman and Harold Gutmann discuss Shaun Wilson's record-breaking performance; North Carolina's secondary vs. East Carolina's passing game; and Duke's focus on ball security for the Tulane game.
Students became miniature scientists Thursday afternoon as they donned lab coats and safety goggles to complete an experiment at the Hargraves Community Center in Chapel Hill.
Cameras that let firefighters see through smoke and darkness will be on their way soon to the Durham Fire Department, providing a tool that can save lives and property.
Wrapping up a review of the Durham Police Department sparked by racial-profiling complaints, City Council members signaled Thursday they intend to keep close tabs on the city staff’s follow-up work.
As the founders of Durham’s two newest charter schools plan for grand openings in August, members of the Durham Board of Education are preparing to ask legislators for the power to decide when the county adds a new charter school.
McDougald Terrace residents began a one-mile journey around their community with a spring in their step as a new walking trail opened Thursday.
Called the Healthy Mile Trail, the series of sidewalks winds through the public housing community, offering residents a convenient way to exercise at no cost.
Instead of relying on past videos alone to teach the history of hip-hop, Patrick Douthit brought history in the flesh into his class Tuesday.
To the excitement of students in his new N.C. Central University class “History of Hip-Hop,” Douthit brought in the rapper Big Daddy Kane. The North Carolina resident, whose real name is Antonio Hardy, talked about the power of hip-hop to deal with a wide range of subjects like relationships or style as well as about the use of profanity and gang references in lyrics.
Krzyzewski holds 30-minute press conference at Duke after returning from trip to Spain where the U.S. won another gold medal
The Riverside Pirates finally got in this season's win column with a Week 4 victory over Cedar Ridge.
Herald-Sun sports writer John McCann caught up with Riverside coach Chris Howell for this edition of GameDay. The two tackled the weighty issue of programs like Riverside losing players to strong football schools like Hillside and Southern.
When singer Ricardo Diquez talks about the salsa style of music, he speaks about a fusion of different rhythms that makes listeners want to move and dance. There also is another element – the communication among the musicians.
The Durham Arts Council’s 40th Annual CenterFest Arts Festival will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. A Saturday evening after-party will be held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at The Herald-Sun Stage and Beer Garden.
On their ReverbNation page, The Chit Nasty Band says of its sound, “Plain and simple, this band makes people happy.”
Duke University reported in its annual security report that nine robberies occurred on or near campus last year, reflecting an increase from the prior year.
Details into the death of a Durham volunteer pastor have come to light after the release of a State Bureau of Investigation search warrant.