The Durham Police Department is still on scene at an apartment complex on the 4800 block of Danube Lane.
Kids at the N.C. Children’s Hospital applauded a one-man band and gasped at juggling and BMX tricks as performers from the N.C. State Fair brought their acts to the hospital’s play area.
Mark Dobson, a one-man band who plays 9.1 different instruments simultaneously, has toured around the world doing “every type of gig you can think of,” but didn’t get into the one-man band scene until about four years ago when he filled in for the only other one-man band in the country with a similar sound.
Justice might be blind, but sheriff’s deputies and a jury don’t need to be when a list of stolen property includes a limited-edition commemorative coin that honors the inventor of Braille, a N.C. Court of Appeals panel says.
Chapel Hill police received a call Tuesday afternoon of a body in the parking lot of the Lutheran Campus Ministry at 300 East Rosemary Street. They arrived and determined the unidentified person was dead.
RDU’s managers are poised to seek $2.1 million in local-government and business-sector subsidies to support new international flights, most likely to Paris or Frankfurt.
A Durham charter school that opened its doors only a year ago could already be in danger of losing its charter because of its poor performance on the recent round of state tests.
A Carrboro man who fatally shot his wife as she sat in a carpool lane at Mary Scroggs Elementary School in May 2012 was sentenced to 30 to 42 years in prison after pleading guilty Tuesday to kidnapping.
District Attorney Jim Woodall said in court Tuesday he won't seek the death penalty against Matthew John Reed, who is accused of murdering a Durham priest.
The attorney for former UNC-Chapel Hill learning specialist Mary Willingham is seeking to add Chapel Hill administrators to the retaliation lawsuit that she filed against the school and UNC system.
The N.C. State Fair, which opens Thursday and runs through Oct. 26 at the fairgrounds in Raleigh, is a safe place to be, N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler said Monday.
He cut to the chase during the N.C. State Fair media preview, addressing concerns about safety at the fair. Multiple people were injured on the Vortex ride at the fair last year, and the criminal case has not moved forward yet, Troxler said, but the fair is doing everything it can to keep people safe.
A family that refused to give up hope got a surprise last week: Their cat that was missing for four months had been found.
The 4-year-old long-haired cat known as Stewart (nicknamed Pickles) ran out of Sandy Boone’s RV on June 18 while it was parked at Duke Primary Care on Pickett Road. Her son, Griffin Winn, 17, was already in constant pain from a bone disorder. But when Stewart, whom he calls his “little brother,” slipped away, he was in emotional turmoil as well.
It only took five minutes to file the paperwork that was the first step in the culmination of a legal battle launched more than two years ago.
For the first time Monday, same-sex couples got marriage licenses from the government and were legally married in Durham.