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Durham was host to some of the key moments of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The first "sit-in" of the Movement took place in Durham when young African Americans sat at "white-only" booths at the segregated Royal Ice Cream Parlor and refused to move. The city is also home to Duke University, one of the most renowned universities in the United States.

Population: 223284
Local Newspapers: The Herald-Sun The News & Observer
Local Sports Teams: Durham Bulls (International League)
Local Colleges: Duke University North Carolina Central University

Zip Codes associated with durham, north carolina: 27701 27703 27704 27705 27707 27712 27713
Towns/Cities near durham, north carolina : Chapel Hill Gorman Creedmoor Hillsborough Morrisville

Durham News
Man, 60, fatally stabbed in Durham parking lot

Around 1 a.m., officers with the Durham Police Department responded to the 2000 block of Avondale Drive, where they located a 60-year-old man suffering from stab wounds in the parking lot. The man, identified as Willie Lee Gibson, was transported to the hospital, where he died as a result of his injuries.

An Unlikely Friendship

This program chronicles a surprising friendship that emerged between an embittered Ku Klux Klan leader and an outspoken black activist. Told in their own words, this rich and compelling story is as sincere as the protagonists themselves.

Bagley available to play for Duke after missing 4 games Source: AP

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Police: 1 dead, 2 injured in crash on US 15-501 in Durham

Durham police said three vehicles were involved in the crash around 6:45 a.m. in the southbound lanes. The road remained closed around 9 a.m. between Morreen Road and the Durham Freeway.

Blue Cross just got a big tax cut; herea s when customers will see some of it

Blue Cross and Blue Shield just got a big tax break from the federal government but it doesn't mean the savings will trickle down to customers in the form of a refund or a rate cut. Instead, it means the state's biggest health insurer won't raise premiums quite as much next year.

UofL Coach David Padgett talks about loss of brother-in-law

Cards basketball Coach David Padgett might have gone through a rough week with the NCAA ruling and the recent ups and downs of the season. But he said on the phone from Durham, North Carolina Thursday night -- it is nothing compared to what his brother-in-law Scott Crawford has been going through.

City Council Members Aren't On Board With a Proposal to Cut Free Bus Service in Durham

Durham City Council members want to see fare-free bus service in the city improved, rather than eliminated as a proposal from the local transit agency recommends. The council heard a presentation from GoDurham staff Thursday about a proposed five-year plan that would eliminate the Bull City Connector, a fare-free route that runs from Duke to Golden Belt.

Durham schools answer federal discrimination complaint. What it means for your kids.

An agreement reached as a result of a 2013 federal complaint filed against the Durham Public Schools could mean more even-handed punishment for black students and those with disabilities. It was filed on behalf of students affected by a large disparity in suspensions, which ACS charged violated Title VI of the Civil Rights Act .

Five years old with a 'boo boo' in her head

VIDEO: The Neill family recently received a diagnosis for their five-year-old daughter Avery that changed the course of their lives. Avery's twin sister Rebekah and their little brother James struggle to understand the 'boo boo' in Avery's head.

a When I saw the fire symbol I knew I won something.a Durham woman wins $1 million lottery prize.

Sayanna Bragg's lunchtime stop for chicken wings and a lottery ticket on Wednesday resulted in a big win for the home health care worker. Sayanna Bragg's lunchtime stop for chicken wings and a lottery ticket on Wednesday resulted in a big win for the home health care worker.

Report: KKK chapters drop despite 'hate' surge15 minutes | Nation

The Southern Poverty Law Center reported a sharp increase in neo-Nazi groups, from 99 in 2016 to 121 last year. Demonstrators marched in the streets of Durham, North Carolina on Friday in response to rumors that the KKK would be holding a rally there.

College Rag

Commenter NicoleinNY says it made her question her decision to move the Triangle: "My husband and I are moving to the Triangle this year, and I feel like my realtor made a mistake sending this piece to us. Does anyone actually take an article seriously once phrases like 'woke AF' and 'toxic masculinity' are thrown around? This whole thing reads like a college rag.

Duke professor calls meetings with Rev. Billy Graham a 'mountaintop experience'

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Durham Confederate statue case: Where experts say the prosecution fell short

Durham County security manager Edward Miller shot this video on Aug. 14, 2017. It was one of two videos introduced into evidence in the first three Confederate statue-toppling trials held this week.

Heavenly Buffaloes wants to open new spot when wings are needed the most: March Madness

For the upcoming Chapel Hill location of crazy popular wing shack Heavenly Buffaloes, owner Mark Dundas has set a big opening target: The ACC tournament. He's 80 percent sure they'll make it.

GRUB in Durham has been renovated from an old Pure gas station on W. Chapel Hill St.

Just inside the front door, you're greeted by Velma and Betty and Faye and maybe a dozen others, all names that evoke a time and place when waitresses called all their customers "Honey." These are not actual people, mind you, but names on cards, one of which you'll be given to take to your table once you've placed your order at the counter.

Vandals Who Destroyed Confederate Monument Get Off Scot-Free [VIDEO]

The vandals who destroyed a Confederate monument in North Carolina got off scot-free in court on both Monday and Tuesday. Durham, N.C., Judge Frederick S. Battaglia Jr. deemed one suspect in the incident not guilty and annulled charges against two other protesters.

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