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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
A Duke-Durhamite on how jobs, housing interact with statement on police exchanges

As a Duke student, I think people usually have some preconception of who I am, and the education I hold. Probably snobby, has money, or will as soon as I graduate, working toward a Ph.D. in some academically dense field that's largely inaccessible to the public, entitled.

How does a tarantula burger taste? 'This is like the crunchiest jerky you've ever had.'

"You can't order the tarantula today," the man behind the counter at Bull City Burger and Brewery said to the front of the lunch rush line. Yes, Thursday's tarantula burger was already spoken for, claimed through a lottery by Mark Christmann, a cook from Greensboro who made his first trip to downtown Durham for the dubious privilege of eating the burger topped with crawly creature.

NCCU Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye is officially sworn in during ceremony on campus

Born one of 22 children in Nigeria, Johnson Akinleye said he learned early the meaning of "survival of the fittest." He walked three miles and back each day to elementary school, because, he said, "My parents gave no room for compromise when it came to education."

Where the candidates for Durham DA stand on bail reform, diversion and each other

Two people are challenging incumbent Roger Echols in the race for Durham County district attorney, with the political debates raising questions about bail reform, alternatives to prosecution and how much power the DA really has. Echols, 45, has been a prosecutor for 20 years, including serving his first four-year term as the district attorney.

Rise Biscuit and Donuts got its start in Durham. Now it's ready to head to the Midwest.

Rise Biscuits Donuts, the popular biscuit and doughnut chain that got its start in Durham, is expanding and is ready to conquer the Midwest. Rise Biscuits Donuts, the popular biscuit and doughnut chain that got its start in Durham, is expanding and is ready to conquer the Midwest.

Eviction 'crisis' in Durham: What will it take to fix it?

With about 900 eviction filings every month in Durham, city and county leaders are looking for ways to keep more people in their homes. A pilot program, the Durham Eviction Diversion Program, has started to make a dent.

North Carolina chancellor named in lawsuit over SUV buy Source: AP

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Women of Color Are 'Particularly Burdened' by Gentrification in Durham

Low-income women of color are "particularly burdened" by gentrification in Durham, according to a new report by UNC Chapel Hill students. The public policy students are UNC Capstone Fellows who have been working with WomenNC as part of the NC Coalition for CEDAW, which refers to the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women.

His and Her Knee Injuries Occur the Same Way

Women are more likely than men to suffer a knee injury called an anterior cruciate ligament tear. But -- surprisingly -- the injury occurs the same way in both genders, a new study reveals.

Education is a bridge. Leta s make sure all Durham kids have an on-ramp

Remember when you were a kid and your pals used to say, "I can't wait till I'm grown up and finish school and know everything"? When school ended, so would education. Now, of course, we recognize that education is a life-long process, but we also pretty much recognize that while getting you to adulthood is society's responsibility, afterward it's pretty much your own.

Fencing demonstration

Mrs. Marx battled her way to the 2017 Veterans World Fencing Championship gold medal in Maribor, Slovenia, during February 2018 in the 50-59 age epee division and was responsible for the match win that also gave the USA Team the gold medal.

Netflix orders more episodes of Michael Peterson documentary series 'The Staircase'

Michael Peterson reacted after entering a guilty plea Friday, Feb. 24, 2017 resolving a murder charge that has lingered for 15 years. Through an Alford plea in which the Durham novelist refused to admit guilt, Peterson pleaded guilty to a manslaug Netflix has ordered additional episodes of the French documentary series "The Staircase," which has chronicled the Michael Peterson murder trial and all of its many twists and turns.

Authorities searching for second car, relatives of man killed in Durham crash

Authorities said Cesar Leon Andrades-Pacheco, 31, of Raleigh, was struck just before 11 p.m. Friday on South Durham Freeway just south of Alston Avenue. On Wednesday, police said they also believe a Honda Accord, manufactured between 2003 and 2007, was also involved in the crash.

Durham police ask for help to find vehicle involved in fatal hit-and-run

Police are asking for information about a Honda Accord that they believe might have been involved in a fatal hit-and-run on the Durham Freeway last week. Police have said a 2012 metallic blue Jeep Cherokee is a "vehicle of interest" in the incident, which happened shortly before 11 p.m. Friday.

Four Duke professors took their research off-campus. Now they're reaping big rewards.

For a quartet of Duke University professors, graduation this spring isn't so much about caps, gowns and ceremony as it is about their off-campus biotech company taking off. Their firm, Element Genomics , is the focus of what may ultimately become a $30 million acquisition by the Belgian pharmaceutical maker UCB .

Saddle Up: County Fare Durham's Food Truck Rodeo Kicks off Today

Saddle up, partner. There's a food truck rodeo in town-and it's here to stay. Opening today in the Lakewood Shopping District, Country Fare Durham , is the Triangle's first food destination devoted solely to food trucks.

For Durham County District Attorney, the INDY Endorses Roger Echols

All believe in mitigating the harms that can come from contact with the criminal justice system. Defense attorney Daniel Meier has gotten lost in the starker choice between incumbent Roger Echols and Satana Deberry, the executive director of the North Carolina Housing Coalition whose candidacy has excited voters who don't think Echols has done enough to reform the office.

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