Wildin Guillen Acosta, the Riverside High School student who was detained by immigration officials in January while on his way to school, will have an opportunity to argue against deportation in federal court.
Back before the Interweb took over, in the time before Snapchat, Facebook, Grindr, Findr and other social media sites, if you let a chance encounter pass, you were S.O.L.: sure out of luck. Your only hope was to take out a personal ad in the newspaper and hope he or she reads.
Tesfaye Mohamed, a law student at N.C. Central University, speaks at a rally Friday, July 8, 2016, in Durham's CCB Plaza. About 125 people attended a vigil for two black men killed by police this week. Mohamed started by reading a poem, "Dream Deferred" by Langston Highes
125 gather in Durham to protest police shootings
Rain doesn't dampen spirits as 67th annual Watts-Hillandale parade is held in Durham
A candlelight vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub
Sheriff Mike Andrews speaks about changes coming to Detention Facility