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We Asked These Triangle Teachers Why They’re Protesting. Their Answers May Surprise You.

They work second jobs. They buy their kids’ school supplies. They’re losing support staff. They don’t have enough pencils.

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A State Law Orders Insurers to Cover Therapies for Children With Autism, But Many Families Are Still Going Without

The mandate only applies to 10–15 percent of plans in North Carolina

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They Hate Racists. They Love Assault Rifles. Meet Redneck Revolt.

An inside look at North Carolina’s leftist militia movement

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Why We March: Ten Thousand People Took to Downtown Raleigh Streets to Say Enough Is Enough

Here’s what we saw at the local March for Our Lives

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As the State Slashes Mental Health Funding, a Local Pilot Program Seeks to Keep People With Mental Health Issues Out of the ER

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A Program That Moved Four Homeless Durham Families into Housing Won’t Solve Durham’s Affordability Crisis, But It Could Be a Start

“It’s not just bricks and mortar. It’s not just services. But when they combine, now we have a winner.”

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Pedro Salmeron Was Deported From North Carolina in 2016. We Went to El Salvador to See What His Life’s Like Now.

He fled gangs in his home country, only to be hunted by ICE in the U.S.

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28 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

A Valentine’s Day love letter to the place we call home

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In Durham, Bail for the Rich, Jail for the Poor

Activists are urging Durham to join the growing number of jurisdictions eliminating cash bail

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67 People a Day: The Stories of Some of Wake County’s Newcomers

“How do we accommodate all the people that are coming here and preserve this sense of place, this quality of life that we like about Raleigh?”

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A Letter to My Rapist: When I Was Fifteen, You Assaulted Me. I’m Still Healing.

You’ll never face a jury, but I won’t let you win

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John Little and Other Developers Are Gentrifying Durham’s East End. They’re Not About to Apologize.

For all the shade thrown their way, they see themselves as providing a needed public service

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Thomas Farr, Jesse Helms, and the Return of the Segregationists

Donald Trump is remaking the judiciary in the Republican mold

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The Year in Pictures

Here's our pick of this year's pictures taken for INDY Week.

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The Most Important Local News That Will Affect 2018

We've compiled the seventeen local stories we think mattered most in 2017.

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How Raleigh’s John Pavlovitz Went from Fired Megachurch Pastor to Rising Star of the Religious Left

“One day you’re unemployed; the next day CNN calls”

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Thomas Farr May Have Known More About Jesse Helms’s Voter-Suppression Tactics Than He Let On. Should That Cost Him a Federal Judgeship?

Farr claims to not have known about intimidating postcards the Helms campaign sent to black voters in 1990. A former DOJ lawyer says he most certainly did.

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Alamance County’s Notorious Sheriff Hurt His Shin, and He Wants an Anti-Confederate Protester from Durham to Pay for It

Terry Johnson says Rann Bar-on struck his leg with a flagpole. Can Bar-on get a fair trial on Johnson’s turf?

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For the Last Five Months, Pastor Jose Chicas Has Been Hiding from ICE Inside a Durham Religious Center

Under a deportation order, he’s taking advantage of ICE’s “sensitive locations policy.”

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Duke Energy Wants to Build a $5 Billion Pipeline Through Eastern North Carolina. They’ll Have to Go Through Marvin Winstead First.

The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would traverse eight counties and 320 waterways in North Carolina

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