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Four North Carolina State University students are getting national media attention after announcing they have developed fingernail polish that changes colors when a date rape drug is present.
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A recent forum clearly pointed out the parallels between the oppression of Palestinians, most of whom are Muslims, and the oppression of African Americans.
Daily JournalRichmond County Democratic Party Chairman Lee Quick asks for volunteers for projects including selling tickets for the Morrison-Deane-Goodman Dinner, working the dinner and manning the Seaboard Festival booth.
North Carolina lawmakers headed home Aug. 20 after a protracted short session in Raleigh that, for some, delayed campaigning for the fall elections as the possibility hung in the air that Gov. Pat McCrory would call them back this year to address unfinished business, like economic development opportunities he wanted the state to enact.
Shawn Leroy Butler, of Durham, was arrested on Mine Valley Road in Raleigh by members of the U.S. Marshals Service Joint Fugitive Task Force and the U.S. Marshals Service Violent Fugitive Task Force, police said.
As any real estate pro can attest, it's hard to convince sellers to declutter. Beth Smoot has found that the reason behind their resistance isn't a simple drive to accumulate.
Pegi frequently collaborated with Young on his songs, and often served as an inspiration for his music.
When two local duos can command back-to-back nights at two of the region's largest rock clubs, it's hard not to smile with hometown pride.
In Sanford, where the N.C. Mining and Energy Commission held a public hearing on a draft of the state's fracking regulations, opponents of the controversial drilling practice are waving small red flags, their ire given a menacing edge by protesters' thumping drums and whistles outside the Wicker Civic Center.
Daily JournalThe Tornado Building across the street from the Hamlet Depot Museum is not what some people believe it to be.
The top leader in the N.C. House during the mid-1990s is now atop a nonpartisan group's list of the General Assembly's most influential lobbyists.
Theatre In The Park closes its 2014 season with the world premiere of Raleigh playwright, Adrienne Earle Pender's Somewhere In Between .
A North Carolina environmental group has thrown its support behind state Sen. Gene McLaurin, who is seeking a second term in the N.C. General Assembly.
North Carolina environmental officials are moving to fine Duke Energy over groundwater pollution leeching for years from a pair of coal ash dumps at a retired power plant outside Wilmington.
At 77 years old, Merle Haggard is still the running kind - running from show to show at an age when most men might happily stick closer to home.
Developers of what will be the first Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel in the Triangle are about ready to break ground.
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