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  • Raleigh slowly returns to life after snowstorm

    As the weather slowly warmed Saturday in Raleigh, trash trucks rolled, the power flickered back in the last darkened homes and nonprofits tended to those isolated by last week’s snowstorms. 24 minutes ago

  • Christensen: GOP divided over NC primary date

    There is a debate within North Carolina Republican Party circles on whether to stick with the February date for presidential primaries or to move it back to March 1, which would comply with party rules.

  • Former UNC official: Pressure led to improper graduate admission of athletes

    Cheryl Thomas, former admissions director of the UNC-Chapel Hill graduate school, said she was asked repeatedly to admit athletes who hadn’t applied on time, hadn’t taken the GRE or didn’t have sufficient grades. The athletes had eligibility remaining...

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Dance group performs, teaches art of flamenco in Durham

As part of Duke’s “Passion for Flamenco” series, the Spanish dance company Flamenco...

Powell: Meet North Carolina's new Senator No

Former N&O editorial cartoonist Dwane Powell returns to lampoon lawmakers and other folks in...

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