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Meet the Winners of the 2017 Indies Arts Awards

In one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory, we're especially grateful to those who made the Triangle's art scene better and more just.
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North Carolina Ranks 33rd Nationally in Health, United Health Foundation Says

North Carolina Ranks 33rd Nationally in Health, United Health Foundation Says

"Since 2012 drug deaths increased 14% from 12.3 to 14.0 deaths per 100,000 population, while the rates of cardiovascular deaths and cancer deaths each remained relatively steady," the study says. d
A Woman’s Place Is in the North Carolina General Assembly

A Woman’s Place Is in the North Carolina General Assembly

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Indictments Expected This Week in Wake County Register of Deeds Scandal

Indictments Expected This Week in Wake County Register of Deeds Scandal

From four to six indictments may result from the investigation, sources say.
Durham Attorney Scott Holmes Challenges N.C. Court Fees as Unconstitutional

Durham Attorney Scott Holmes Challenges N.C. Court Fees as Unconstitutional

Attorney Scott Holmes says fees are paying for the court system, not schools as required by the state constitution
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The Republican Power Plays at the Heart of N.C. Politics

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In <i>The Disaster Artist</i>, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

In The Disaster Artist, James Franco Does a Suspiciously Good Impression of a Bad Artist, but the Point Eludes Us

Franco's tribute to the making of a famously bad film, The Room, opens locally on Friday, Dec. 8.

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