President Obama’s nominee to be the next attorney general could’ve been named Loretta Lynn instead of Loretta Lynch, and it’s still unlikely that North Carolina’s senators would have voted to confirm her.
Joseph Mitchell – after being found not guilty of killing his 4-year-old son because a jury concluded that he did it while sleepwalking and was thus not legally responsible – reportedly went to homeless shelters in Durham looking for a place to crash Wednesday night that wasn’t, for the first time in four years, a jail cell.
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Sam Jones, NC Central basketball alumnus and NBA star, came back to Durham last week to have his jersey retired. From Wilmington like Michael Jordan, Jones played on 10 NBA championship teams to Jordan’s six.
How Bobby Love escaped from the Triangle Correctional Center on Nov. 8, 1977, is a mystery, but he was captured Jan. 22, 2015, by the New York Police Department and FBI in the Brooklyn apartment he shared with his wife and children.
It is obvious that having a good time and spending about $30 million in Charlotte is more important for some CIAA schools than providing scholarships for deserving students who might not otherwise be able to afford college.
When the SBI begins its investigation and seeks to determine if SEANC board members were simply lax or in cahoots with former leader Dana Cope, they should begin by looking at their eyebrows: any board member whose brows are impeccable may have been in league with the now-deposed leader.
Aside from being such a stimulating conversationalist and dining companion, Thom Tillis is also no fan of irony: He’ll require a sign requiring businesses to tell us they don’t require employees to wash their hands.