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Erin Williams

The DA has some candid comments about life in Durham and the privilege of Duke students. Read more

Ninth Street Journal

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In a hearing about the seventeen-year-old boy accused of killing his father, lawyers on both sides accuse each other of “fishing expeditions.” Read more

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Alexander Bishop's attorneys say he is the victim of shoddy police work. Read more

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Steve Oliva

For the next month, Bull City residents age thirteen and up can vote on how they want their money spent. Read more

Durham County

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The seafood restaurant was condemned after an April 10 explosion nearby at Kaffeinate coffee shop. Read more

Durham County

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Bob Karp

“It will get people reenergized about their community to feel like they are not being rejected or disregarded by the city. That has been a prevailing attitude because, well, we have been.” Read more

Durham County

There will be crafts. There will be cake. There will be an inflatable bulls race. Read more

Durham County

“You all started a culture of activism on campus that has kept the university accountable for the last fifty years.” Read more

Durham County

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Durham Public Schools

Parents and teachers want to know more about how the system will create “a safe school environment that supports the whole child.” Read more

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According to a new report from Disability Rights North Carolina, disabled Hurricane Florence survivors were frequently unable to access transportation and services at shelters, and were occasionally turned away from shelters altogether. Read more

North Carolina

Chancellor Carol Folt’s final meeting with the Board of Trustees took another step toward inclusiveness. Read more

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