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Saying goodbye to Brooks 01:12

Saying goodbye to Brooks

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill 02:14

NC legislators discuss pros and cons of proposed tuition cut bill

Salutatorian values competition of honors program 00:43

Salutatorian values competition of honors program

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated 00:50

Valedictorian will be sad to see current honor system eliminated

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class 00:56

Women's Leadership Academy valedictorian proud of first graduating class

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee 01:18

Rahul Sachdev defeats brother to win Wake County Spelling Bee

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee 00:50

Cary fifth-grader headed to Scripps National Spelling Bee

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe 01:44

Future Teacher Colleen McIndoe

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained 00:47

New process for boarding Wake school buses explained

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms 02:39

Transgender teens petition for the right to use WCPSS bathrooms

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NC native delivers powerful speech at Harvard

North Carolina native and UNC graduate Donovan Livingston delivers a powerful speech at Harvard's Graduate School of Education's commencement. Livingston, a Fayetteville native was receiving his Masters. He received his undergraduate degree from UNC-Chapel Hill will return to UNC to pursue his PH.D.
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NC native delivers powerful speech at Harvard 05:47

NC native delivers powerful speech at Harvard

Batman gives cops help with recruiting video 03:58

Batman gives cops help with recruiting video

Raleigh veteran remembers bloody battle for Iwo Jima during WWII 04:28

Raleigh veteran remembers bloody battle for Iwo Jima during WWII

"We are not bound to repeat the mistakes of the past," says Obama in Hiroshima 17:13

"We are not bound to repeat the mistakes of the past," says Obama in Hiroshima