Students at the Phoenix School in Chapel Hill help socialize puppies training to be assistance dogs to veterans with PTSD. Terry Henry and his dog Campbell speak to the group about how the dog has helped him.
Students help socialize service puppies
Farming together changes father-son relationship
Crowd advocates banning Confederate flag in school before board meeting
Orange County commissioner Earl McKee on the Durham-Orange Light-Rail Project
Durham-Orange Light-Rail Transit plan still on track
UNC students raise money and awareness of sexual violence
NAACP rally calls on Price for town hall meeting
Mexican immigrant tells her story at NAACP rally in Chapel HIll
DA says Copeland family wanted Suarez held responsible for death of their son
Attorney for Suarez says accident was human error and not related to immigration status
Occaneechi village will rise again in Hillsborough
President Obama works the crowd at Chapel Hill rally for Hillary Clinton
Republicans reopen Orange County headquarters after firebombing
Video: "Hey-hey, ho-ho, the Confederate flag has got to go," was heard echoing through the halls of Gravelly Hill Middle School before the Orange County school board meeting Monday evening May 22, 2017, in Efland, NC.
Members from Sigma Phi Society and Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority organized the fourth annual "It's On Us" rally to raise awareness of sexual assault and raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center on Wednesday April 12, 2017 in Chapel Hill, NC. Participants listened to a variety of speakers, signed a pledge, marched one mile around campus, received a meal, and engaged in discussion groups.
Defense attorney Bill Young speaks to reporters following the trial of Alejandro Suarez, the undocumented immigrant worker who left a construction truck unsecured before it rolled downhill, killing 5-year-old Everett Copeland.
Orange-Chatham District Attorney Jim Woodall talks with reporters following the trial for Alejandro Suarez, he undocumented immigrant worker who left a construction truck unsecured before it rolled downhill, killing 5-year-old Everett Copeland.
Republicans rejoiced Wednesday morning after reopening the Orange County Republican Party headquarters, less than a month after someone firebombed the building. N.C. GOP executive director Dallas Woodhouse said the reopening of the building has taken a “monumental effort” with the support of both Republicans and Democrats.
Chandler Kania, 21, of Asheboro, was found guilty of three counts of involuntary manslaughter. Kania drove the wrong way last year while drunk and crashed head-on into another car. Three passengers were killed in the other car – Darlene McGee, Felecia Harris King and King’s granddaughter Jahnice Beard, 6. King’s daughter, Jahnia King, now 11, was seriously injured. Kania, a former UNC student, was sentenced to 16 years in prison.
VIDEO: North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory walks through the firebombed Orange County Republican Headquarters Monday. A flaming bottle was thrown through a window of the office and a swastika and “Nazi Republicans leave town or else” were painted in black on the side of an adjacent building overnight Saturday.