Warrant: Ex-Durham teacher has tattoo of student's name
A former Durham teacher charged with having sex with a Charles E. Jordan High School student had a tattoo of the student's name and initials, according to a search warrant released Friday.
- UNC president on academic fraud: 'We will do more'
Days after an outside investigation revealed the breadth of academic fraud at the University of North Carolina System's flagship university, System President Tom Ross assured leaders that "we will do more" to prevent future cases in the 16-campus network.
- Did pols force voters to pay for coal ash cleanup?
Democrats and environmental groups say state House Speaker Thom Tillis and other Republicans have forced voters to pay for the coal ash spill. That claim ignores important parts of this summer's coal ash bill.
- Woman sentenced for lying to FBI in Wake Forest kidnap case
Federal authorities say a woman has been sentenced to three months in prison for lying to the FBI during a kidnapping investigation.
- GSK exec on Ebola vaccine trial: 'We only have one shot to get this right'
The World Health Organization says millions of doses of two experimental Ebola vaccines could be ready for use in 2015 and five more experimental vaccines will start being tested in March. And GSK is ramping up vaccine trial. Paul Allen chips in $100 million. But will all this be enough to stop Ebola?
- Ramp closures will affect State Fair traffic on final weekend
Fairgoers who plan to use Blue Ridge Road via Wade Avenue to drive to the North Carolina State Fair will have to use an alternate route on the final weekend of festivities.
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