Two Durham cops, deputy injured in motorcycle wreck
Two Durham police officers and one Durham County sheriff’s deputy, each riding a motorcycle, were involved in a crash shortly after 3 p.m. Tuesday on South Lowell Road in Bahama. All three riders were hospitalized. (NO AUDIO)
Michael Peterson entered a plea Friday, Feb. 24, 2017 resolving a murder charge that has lingered for 15 years. Through an Alford plea in which the Durham novelist refused to admit guilt, Peterson pleaded guilty to a manslaughter charge for killin
North Carolina Central University alumna Linda Pearce Thomas speaks during a Celebration of Life Tribute for NCCU Chancellor Dr. Debra Saunders-White at McDougald-McLendon Arena at NCCU in Durham, N.C., Friday, Dec. 2, 2016.
VIDEO: Two masked suspects caught on video during an armed robbery of a Han-Dee Hugo's at U.S. Highway 70 and Pleasant Drive in Durham on Jan. 6 and a single suspect caught on video robbing the same Han-Dee Hugo's on Jan. 11.
Durham Police Officer Matt Bouleris demonstrates how the Durham Police Department’s new use-of-force training simulator works. The system offers about 750 different training scenarios with more than 3,000 choice outcomes. The $60,000 low-light sys
Derrick Bridges, owner of Emerald City Ultra Bar and Lounge, responds to concerns expressed about his club at the Lakewood shopping center on Chapel Hill Road. Neighbors’ concerns about the club escalated after an early morning Jan. 28 shooting t
Herbert Davis, senior pastor at Nehemiah Christian Church in downtown Durham and a member of Durham CAN, discusses the importance of affordable housing in downtown Durham. Durham CAN is asking the city to support the construction of affordable hou
Keith LePage, who lives in the Lockhaven Hills neighborhood off Latta Road, explains why he is opposed to the Publix-anchored shopping center and residential development on the corner of Guess and Latta roads. Supporters say they welcome more groc