Settlement would prompt policy change at Durham jail after teen's death

Settlement would prompt policy change at Durham jail after teen's death

The family of a 17-year-old girl who took her own life while in jail in 2017 has reached a preliminary agreement with Durham County that could result in changes to how the county detains juveniles while in custody.
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Wake students seek safer bus stops, national prize

Holly Grove Middle School students are headed to New York City next Friday with a prototype they built of a sign that could make school bus stops safer for students and drivers. The group is competing in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest.
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NC doesn't test drinking water in schools for lead

Five years after Flint, Mich., became a national cautionary tale because of high lead levels in its drinking water, North Carolina still doesn’t require tests for lead, even at schools.
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Long-forgotten Duke Energy easement threatens Johnston neighborhood

Nearly two dozen homeowners in the Buffalo Creek subdivision near Zebulon are in the fight of their lives for their homes.
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Man shot in east Raleigh apartment complex

A man was shot overnight Thursday in east Raleigh, police said.
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First Wegmans Food Markets in the state taking shape in Raleigh

Family owned Wegmans, based in Rochester, New York, is expanding south and is poised to present stiff competition in the Raleigh grocery market place
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