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NC Supreme Court upholds school vouchers

The state’s Supreme Court last week upheld the Opportunity Scholarship Program.

Schools with higher minority populations tougher on discipline

Public schools with a high percentage of black and minority students are less likely to seek medical or psychological help for troubled youth.

NC kids with Medicaid become healthy adults

More than 1 million North Carolina children benefit from Medicaid coverage.

Cy Alexander completes recruiting class

Greensboro Dudley High School product Sam Hunt sat out last season after transferring from Jacksonville.


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Living a double life

Samantha and James lived very similar lives. As college friends, they took the same courses, had similar GPAs and graduated with honors. They both got married, had

Fakeness tarnishes hip-hop

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson recently filed for bankruptcy and testified in court that despite his flashy public persona, he is only worth $4.4 million.

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The Durham Center for Senior Life is hosting a


Graduation Ceremony

The Class of 2015 Summer Graduation Ceremony in



Raleigh-Wake Alumni Chapter of North Carolina

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Future filmmakers take a bow

Our School of Doc students premiered their final films recently to a packed house of family,

NC kids with Medicaid become healthy adults

RALEIGH – More than 1 million North Carolina children benefit from Medicaid coverage, and

Puppet masters returns to Chapel Hill

CHAPEL HILL – Award-winning and beloved puppet troupe, Paperhand Puppet Intervention,