Thursday September 3rd 2015

‘Latest News’

After 29 years, Teaching Fellows ends

After 29 years, Teaching Fellows ends

The program encouraged thousands of college students to take jobs as teachers in North Carolina schools. [Read More]

UNC trying to keep students on campus

Many upperclassmen opt to move off-campus, but UNC is making moves to draw students back to campus. [Read More]

Local Cubans excited about diplomatic changes

A policy of isolation over 50 years old between the United States and Cuba has ended, and diplomatic relations are beginning once again. [Read More]

New employment center serves day laborers

El Centro Hispano opened a center in Carrboro that aims to connect prospective employees with workers. [Read More]

Bar owners say ALE enforcing more alcohol laws

Local bar owners say Alcohol Law Enforcement officers have started to enforce rules on private clubs. [Read More]

Students protest FDA blood rules

Students protest FDA blood rules

As the FDA reconsiders whether gay men can donate blood, a UNC student is protesting with an eight-foot sculpture on campus. [Read More]

Workers, professors fight for higher wages

The "Fight for $15" campaign came to UNC and Shaw University Wednesday, where hundreds gathered. [Read More]

Local restaurants boost employee wages

As the nationwide activism continues for higher wages, two local restaurants have already decided to pay their workers more. [Read More]

Hicks eligible for death penalty

Hicks eligible for death penalty

Hicks is the alleged gunman in the February shooting at Finley Forest Condominiums that left three people dead. [Read More]

Former UNC employee files whistleblower suit

A former housekeeping manager says he was fired after reporting a sex-for-jobs scheme in the department. [Read More]

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