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Heide Alston guides students as they practice vowel and consonant pronunciations at Aycock Elementary School during the summer reading program.
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Fifth-grade teacher Christina Steele's students kept asking her last semester when they would get to do their walking audio lessons.
San Diego Comic-Con International officially opens on July 24, but for Triangle residents unable or unwilling to travel 3,000 miles to stand in line with thousands of other fans, there are a number of comic-related events coming up in the Triangle, ranging from visits from top creators to superheroes coming to "life" on stage.
"You see him and ask: 'Why is the statue still here? What was it he actually stood for?' This is the kind of debate that a public work of art makes possible.
Nolte, Chris, T. Otte, R. Pinder, J. Bowden, G. Faluvegi, AND D. Shindell. "Changes in US Regional Air Quality at 2030 Simulated Using RCP 6.0".
Today's Best Shot comes from Bill Page. Bill writes: "This photo was taken at our bird feeder at on Lindsay Street in Carrboro.
With graduations behind us, we are already working diligently to prepare for another great school year in 2014-15.
Barely one month after the rezoning of the Ephesus-Fordham redevelopment district, we already see an example of the questionable decision-making that many citizens feared might occur.
CHAPEL HILL North Carolina sophomore guard Nate Britt answered more than six minutes' worth of questions on Thursday about his decision to change his shooting hand from left to right.
Christopher Kearney's "Birds" is one of his sculptures on view as part of the show "In Pursuit of Shadows," at The Scrap Exchange.
Charlotte Hornets rookie P.J. Hairston said a chance meeting with the Cleveland Browns' Josh Gordon at a Triangle grocery store led to a car swap for the evening.
"I think this hearing is a useful cattle prod that we know the world is watching," Emmert said at a hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee.
I t's a classic story of American art - the unknown rock band that works hard, but can't make a living.
More than 190 youth and adults from churches in Ohio, North Carolina, Maryland and Georgia are rolling up their sleeves this week as part of Mission Serve's Charlotte 2014 project.
Nov 24, 2012; Chapel Hill, NC, USA; Maryland Terrapins head coach Randy Edsall reacts on the sidelines.
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