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Mayor Bill Bell Has Overseen a Bull City Renaissance. So Why Has Durham’s Poverty Rate Gone Up on His Watch?

The two stories of the mayor’s legacy: a special report

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A Bill to Regulate the Practice of Hunting Deer with Dogs Stalls, But the Contentious Debate Continues

HB 648 would require hunters to prevent their dogs from entering private property where they do not have documented permission to hunt

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After Being Detained at RDU Under Suspicion of Being a Predator, a Local Gay Dad Is Fighting Back

A United Airlines flight attendant reported him for cuddling with his adopted son.

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Inside the Guess and Latta Road Rezoning Fight That Has Set a North Durham Neighborhood on Edge

Why are all these people so pissed off over a grocery store?

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A Wake Schools Program Helps White, Asian, and Male Students Advance in Math. Black, Hispanic, and Female Students? Not So Much.

There are startling disparities in the three-year-old single-subject accreditation program

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Critics Say Duke Energy Is Trying to Roll Back Regulations and Corner the Market on Solar Development

The utility giant threw its weight between a legislative effort that would give it a big say over how solar develops in North Carolina

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The Non-Prophets: At a Harvard Conference, America’s Top Political Analysts Say the 2016 Election Wasn’t Their Fault

They assured us Trump couldn’t win. Trump won.

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Lipstick on a Pig: Fifty-three Weeks of HB 2, and the Day That Gave Us HB 2.0

North Carolina got its NCAA championship games back. Is that worth compromising on civil rights?

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For Congressional Republicans, Repealing Obamacare Is Political Theater. For These Tar Heels, It’s a Matter of Life and Death.

The Republicans’ alternative may have died an ignominious death last week, but that doesn’t mean they’re going to give up.

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Trump Isn’t Hitler, Local Jewish Leaders Say. But They’re Still Worried—And Not Only for Themselves.

Amid a rising tide of anti-Semitism, including a bomb threat at the Sandra E. Lerner Community Day School, the Jewish community rallies to protect the marginalized.

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Born in the Shadow of N.C. State, Steeped in Parties and Punk Rock, Raleigh’s Historic Maiden Lane Will Soon Perish in the Name of Progress

In its place: another fifty-foot-tall apartment building

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After Fifteen Years, the Michael Peterson Case Concludes But Provides Little Closure

Peterson pleaded guilty but maintains his innocence. Kathleen Peterson’s daughter and sisters don’t believe him.

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From Skater to Hater: General Michael Flynn’s Epic Wipeout

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Fourteen Years Ago, Michael Peterson Was Convicted of Killing Her Mother. Now, Caitlin Atwater Breaks Her Silence in an Exclusive Interview.

This is not the story of a murder. This is the story of a victim—and the victim’s daughter, a legacy, and fading memories.

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Michael Peterson Will Plead Guilty to Manslaughter, But He Still Claims He Didn’t Do It

The bizarre tale that captured America's imagination is coming to an end. (Also, what’s up with the owl?)

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Michael Peterson’s Defense Blames SBI Misconduct for His 2003 Conviction

While Peterson is pleading guilty, he is also maintaining his innocence. This is the defense’s theory of the case.

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The Peterson Case: A Timeline

A quick guide to one of the longest legal sagas in the Triangle’s history.

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The INDY’s Coverage of the Michael Peterson Case

For the last fifteen years, the Michael Peterson murder case has been a saga unlike anything the Triangle has seen. From the 2003 trial to the 2017 manslaughter plea, here is the INDY’s reporting and commentary on it.

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Felipe Molina Mendoza’s Story Shows How Arbitrary America’s Immigration System Can Be—And It’s Only Going to Get Worse

The Durham resident came within a few days of being deported after his political asylum application was denied

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Meet the Triangle Refugees Who Donald Trump Believes Pose a Threat to the United States

They came here in search of a better life. In light of Trump’s “Muslim ban,” will those who want to follow be allowed to join them?

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