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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
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Boy in critical condition after Charlotte-bound Amtrak train hits truck Source: WSOC

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Go inside a burning house with Durham firefighters as they search for trapped victims

Helmet camera footage from Durham Engine Co 2 at a recent house fire shows what firefighters face when battling a house fire while searching for possible trapped occupants. All occupants made it safely out of the fire.

Discovery Charter gets OK, but fight over Durham County charter school may not be over

In a hearing with as many twists and turns as a country road, the Board of Adjustment all but cleared the way Tuesday for construction of the proposed Discovery Charter School in northern Durham. The BOA was expected to rule on the permit for the 59.8-acre school site located on Orange Factory Road last month but rescheduled the hearing because the required public notice wasn't in compliance.

Cheers to the Land of the Long Leaf Pine: Appalachian Mountain Brewery and The Longleaf Alliance Partner to Help Restore Thousands of Longleaf Pines in the Southeast

Appalachian Mountain Brewery's Long Leaf IPA is helping The Longleaf Alliance restore thousands of longleaf pines across the southeast. BOONE, N.C.-- --Apr 24, 2018--The longleaf pine was once the dominant tree species in the Southeastern United States, covering more than 90 million acres and supporting nearly 900 different plant species.

Police: Woman surrenders in connection to fatal Durham hit-and-run crash

Chelsea Ann Raposa, 28, of Zebulon, was arrested and charged with felony hit and run, according to Durham police. She surrendered to police and was given a $20,000 bond.

New Charleston fire chief to be officially appointed Monday

Curia is currently the fire chief in Durham, North Carolina, where he worked decades for the city's fire department. In his years or service in Durham, Curia was a firefighter, fire technician, fire captain, and chief officer.

Critics offended by portraits of black people painted with white...

CAM Executive Director Gab Smith walks through the exhibition "Painting the Roses Red" by painter Margaret Bowland on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at CAM Raleigh. "Dust Up" and "Tangled up in Blue" are part of a series of large-scale paintings by Bowland on exhibit through June 17, 2018.

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Eateries are always looking for new dishes to entice customers, but the Bull City Burger and Brewery in Durham, NC may have gone a dish too far when it added Tarantula Burgers to its menu.

Durham woman punched, spit on police officer at Southwest ticket counter, court doc says

A Durham woman is accused of screaming at a Southwest ticket agent, letting her dog snarl at employees and customers, attacking an RDU police officer, and then resisting arrest, a Wake County Magistrate's Order obtained by CBS 17 says. Evian Villegas, 29, is charged with felony assault on a law enforcement officer inflicting serious injury, misdemeanor disorderly conduct at terminal, and misdemeanor resisting public officers.

Woman who was jailed after dog incident at RDU lashes out in Wake County courtroom

A 29-year-old Durham woman who reportedly became upset last week that her dog could not get on a plane with her yelled and cursed during her first court appearance Monday. Evian Gabrielle Villegas told the judge that detention officers at the Wake County jail have denied her right to make a phone call.

Will endorsements, jail conditions and immigration, decide Durham County sheriff race?

Nearly four year ago, Durham County voters had a very similar choice to the one they have in this year's sheriff's race. Now they face off again, with just them on the ballot.

The Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive Is Supposed to Help Distressed...

Seven Durham census tracts are being nominated for designation as opportunity zones under a buried provision in the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act designed to encourage investment in low-income areas. The seven Durham tracts were among 252 statewide r ecommended by Governor Cooper last week to the U.S. Treasury Department, which is expected to rubberstamp the nominations.

With fewer than 300 red wolves alive today, three rare pups born at NC museum

Their eyes are still tightly shut and they can't quite howl just yet, but Durham is welcoming three new wolf pups to the highly endangered pack. Fewer than 300 red wolves are alive today.

In wooing Amazon, North Carolina offers HBCUs as diversity fix

North Carolina has a not-so-secret weapon in its hunt for Amazon and Apple's new campuses, and for any other companies in a tech industry that says it is hungry to reverse a poor track record on diversity: arguably the nation's largest system of historically black colleges and universities. North Carolina has more HBCUs than any state but Alabama and a particular reputation for technology programs.

Law and Disorder North Carolina city bans any training with Israel police or IDF

Durham, North Carolina, has become the first city in the United States to ban training and exchanges between the city's police department and the Israeli military. Durham City Council unanimously voted 6-0 to adopt the policy that resulted from a petition by a coalition of activist groups called Demilitarize! From Durham2Palestine which includes Jewish Voice for Peace.

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Two boats carried locally-elected officials on a tour of Jordan Lake...

Fran DiGiano loves to show off a water meter cover he found during a clean up four years ago at Jordan Lake. It's stamped Greensboro.

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