Tuesday April 28th 2015

‘Latest News’

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]

New documentary sheds light on sexual assault at UNC

The Hunting Ground, a documentary about campus rape, focuses partly on UNC. [Read More]

Student fights back against false rape accusations

An Auburn student who says he was falsely accused of sexual assault has founded an organization that advocates for men. [Read More]

State seeks death in Hicks case

State seeks death in Hicks case

In a Durham hearing, a judge allows the capital case to proceed against the alleged killer of three young Muslims. [Read More]

As Hicks’ hearing approaches, UNC still mourns

As the accused killer in February's shooting faces a court hearing, students still struggle with the loss of three friends. [Read More]

Bill would require professors to teach more

A state senate proposal would sharply increase the course load of most UNC professors. [Read More]

UNC loans money to preserve historic neighborhood

UNC hopes the $3 million loan will protect the historically African-American Northside neighborhood from redevelopment pressure. [Read More]

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