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21 hrs ago | The Charlotte Observer
DURHAM N.C. Central University police were justified in shooting a man to death last year after he shot at them and refused to drop a shotgun, Durham County District Attorney A. Leon Stanback says.
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Jeremy Taylor, 22, of Durham remained hospitalized from Sunday's accident between Horton and Holt School roads, according to Durham police spokeswoman Kammie Michael.
Sheriff's deputies arrested 24-year-old Rashad Ahmad Adams after a vehicle chase through East Durham late Thursday afternoon.
J.L. Potts, an off-duty Durham County Sheriff's deputy, heard an argument involving several people in the Northgate Mall parking lot on Thursday.
With about two weeks to go before empaneling jurors, a judge ruled Thursday there would be two trials in a defamation lawsuit filed more than a decade ago against North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper by a former political rival.
At least two men appeared to be in custody Thursday afternoon following reports of shots fired outside Macy's at Northgate Mall.
Director Joseph John said Wednesday that the reason for the delay in analyzing DNA is primarily because of a lack of manpower.
This Farrington Road church in east Chapel Hill will make room for two office buildings.
Hoping to forestall future evictions, Durham Department of Public Health officials say they want to work with local banks and the County Commissioners to create a program that would subsidize septic-system repair and replacement.
That will occur if the board approves a proposal it heard on Monday to build a new elementary school on the Wake-Durham border to accommodate the growing student population of the Brier Creek area.
The hotel developer behind the planned transformation of downtown's Hill Building on Corcoran Street into a boutique hotel is starting a search for a head chef for the hotel restaurant.
Wendy Wilson, 35, of 7th Street, was charged Monday by Surf City Police Department with three counts of uttering a forged instrument, two counts each of simple possession of a schedule II controlled substance and obtaining property by false pretense, and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon.
Bullard is an attorney with her own practice. She is the secretary of the Board of Trustees for Fayetteville Academy.