Students and faculty at North Carolina Central University gathered on the football field Wednesday to mourn and honor the life of a fallen student. Senior Chekeira Reid, or Keke as she was known to some, was killed in a car crash on Highway 55 near Crete Road on Tuesday evening. 08:28 PM
An election law from two years ago moved the presidential primary from May to just three days after South Carolina’s, which takes place in February. However, the February primary would break national Republican Party rules.
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The small community of Farmville is asking why justice hasn't yet been served for victims Nabil Almoganahi, Mokbel Almoganahi and David Alawi, the three convenient store employees shot and killed in a robbery at Hustle Mart on April 1, 2012. Four people are awaiting trial on murder charges.
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Students Rally After Noose Found on Campus of Duke University
Nearly 300 students marched across the Duke University campus Wednesday after a noose was found hanging from a tree overnight. The discovery was made around 2 a.m. in front of the Bryan Center. Updated 04:15 PM
One Person Killed in Fire at Raleigh Home Believed to be Vacant
Firefighters and police are investigating a deadly fire that broke out Wednesday morning at a home on Poole Road, near the intersection of Beverly Drive. Neighbors say no one has lived in the house for years but one person was killed. 04:30 PM
“Village Subway” of Cameron Village Reopening for One Night Only
The basement in the Cameron Village shopping center, called the "Village Subway", was an underground complex that featured restaurants and music clubs back in the 1970s and 1980s. 03:21 PM
Lawmakers Seek to Make Changes to NC Abortion Law
Some state House Republicans have filed a bill that aims to make more changes to North Carolina's abortion law. Supporters say this is an effort to increase safety and stop the use of taxpayer dollars. Opponents say they believe this proposal could be damaging. Updated 07:00 PM
Raleigh City Council Holds Special Closed Meeting to Discuss Dorothea Dix Agreement
The focus of the meeting was the ongoing Dorothea Dix property negotiations with the state. Raleigh mayor Nancy McFarlene told Time Warner Cable News that his particular meeting was to finalize the purchase contract. Updated 06:30 PM
Follow Duke in the Final Four on TWC News
You can follow the Duke Blue Devils all week right here on Time Warner Cable News. Duke tips off against Michigan State at 6 p.m. Saturday. Sports directors Mike Solarte and Jim Connors, along with reporters J.B. Ricks and Cristen Drummond will have live and on scene reports from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, as well as one-hour editions of Jersey Mike's Sports Night.
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Weather Conditions Increase Chances of Outdoor Fires
Preliminary reports from the North Carolina Forest Service counted 66 wildfires across 491 acres of private and state-owned land throughout the state on Tuesday. That was one of the highest tallies for the entire month of March. 06:19 PM
Pet Experts Express Caution Over Rabbits, Ducklings as Pets During Easter
It is the season for chicks, ducklings and bunnies, but many experts warn these so-called Easter pets don’t always make the best house guests. Animal Shelter workers and Southern Store employees warn that it’s a commitment. 04:49 PM
Talk it Out NC Campaign Aims to Prevent Underage Drinking
Two lives are lost every week in North Carolina to underage age drinking. The North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission launched a campaign four months ago called Talk it Out NC to battle the ongoing issue. 05:24 PM
Teen Charged in Death of Ex-girlfriend Appears in Court
A Durham High School student accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend to death made his first court appearance Wednesday. 10:04 AM
NC Central University Senior Killed in Car Wreck
The NC Central University community is mourning the loss of one of its own Wednesday morning after a crash killed a student Tuesday night. School leaders say senior Chekeria Reid of Greensboro died in a car wreck on Highway 55 near Crete Street in Durham. 07:18 AM