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Zach Arn is checked by Dr. Ashley Jessup as he gets his diabetic check up at UNC's Children's Speciality Clinic in Raleigh on Wednesday.
The solemn remembrances of the United States military's dead begin at dawn Saturday in Chapel Hill, when veterans and Boy Scouts will place U.S. flags at the graves of more than 400 men and women buried in the Chapel Hill Memorial Cemetery on Legion Road.
A global quest to find the first World Wide Web page has led to an antique computer at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Roland L. Sargent, 94, of Givens Estates United Methodist Retirement Community passed away unexpectedly, but peacefully, Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at Mission Hospital Asheville.
A bill blocking a University of North Carolina policy allowing students to choose roommates of the opposite sex has found new life in the state Senate budget.
The Orange Water and Sewer Authority is among the first utilities in the nation to achieve the Directors Award in the Partnership for Safe Water's Distribution System Optimization Program.
Local off-year elections this season and the upcoming mid-term elections in 2014 will include several historic runs by openly gay and lesbian candidates across the state.
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Neurons can be cultured in one compartment of a microfluidic chamber and extend their axons through very small grooves into a separate compartment .
The cities and universities behind a project that hopes to wire Winston-Salem and several Triangle-area communities with ultra-high-speed broadband are well into the process of selecting one or more vendors.
About 100 injured military veterans and those on active duty are competing against each other this week in the Valor Games Southeast.
Supporters along Lane Street in downtown Raleigh cheer on the 57 protesters who were arrested after the fourth Moral Monday demonstration at the State Capitol on May 20.
Collier Reeves and Maryah Smith-Overman of Durham's Homegrown City Farms, which began in early 2012 with $2,000 borrowed through Slow Money NC.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development awarded $806,566 in a second round of grants to support 16 local homeless housing and service programs in North Carolina.
RALEIGH The head of the N.C. Democratic Party is facing questions about credit card charges made during a March trip to a Las Vegas casino to watch basketball games with his old college buddies.