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Some Wake Commissioners Want to Make the School Board Responsible for School Funding. It’s Not as Simple as It Sounds.

And after a new Board of Commissioners is seated in December, the idea may be DOA

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N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham.

Durham County The company is more worried about a potential city requirement that it accommodate people without smartphones

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Here’s How You Can Help Those Hit Hardest by Hurricane Florence

North Carolina The Triangle got relatively lucky. A lot of other folks didn’t.

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Next Year, the Raise the Age Law Will Move More Teenagers Into the Juvenile Justice System. Durham Needs to Figure Out Where to Put Them.

Durham County Durham County officials are deciding whether to expand an existing facility or start over with a new site and new approach

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If Wake County Allows Fuquay-Varina to Expand Its Extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Jeff Bundine May Have to Give Up His Goats

Wake County He and eight thousand of his neighbors will also be subject to a slate of new zoning restrictions put in place by people they can’t vote for.

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After Dueling Protests Last Week, UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt Wants to Move the Toppled Silent Sam Permanently Out of Sight

Orange County That’s great—but why did the cops pepper spray peaceful antiracism protesters?

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Durham Officials Want to Make Sure No One Ends Up in Immigration Detention Because of Local Policies. Someone Should Tell the Sheriff.

Durham County Since 2014, the DCSO’s practice of complying with ICE’s detainer requests has led to more than one hundred people being handed over to immigration officials

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Two Decades Ago, N.C. Prosecutors Were Taught How to Remove Blacks From Juries and Get Away With It. That Might Save Russell William Tucker’s Life.

News Feature Tucker, on death row since 1996, argues that prosecutors’ illegal moves should afford him a new sentencing hearing

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To Keep Up With Growth, Durham Needs to Add Two Thousand Housing Units a Year. Its Rules Are in the Way.

Durham County Why planners want to make it easier to build so-called missing-middle housing

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This Summer, Bird Scooters Suddenly Appeared in Raleigh. This Fall, the City Could Regulate Them Into Extinction.

Wake County The city will soon introduce new rules; if riders don’t follow them, the scooters might be banned.

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Environmentalists Say a Developer Is Trying to Push Through a Plan to Build on Sensitive Land Before Durham Can Enact New Regulations

Durham County Beacon Properties has submitted a proposal to flatten twenty-five acres near New Hope Creek

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Eight Years Ago, Chapel Hill Enacted the Most Progressive Affordable Housing Policy in the Triangle. Here’s How It Failed.

News Feature In fact, thanks to the recession and state restrictions, mandatory inclusionary zoning might have made things worse

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Two Years After Being Dropped by MSNBC, Duke Alum Melissa Harris-Perry Isn’t Going Away

News Feature This weekend, she’ll be the keynote speaker at the Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People’s Founders’ Day Gala

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Silent Sam Is Gone. While Activists Celebrate, Politicians Wring Their Hands About Mob Rule.

Orange County Won’t somebody think of the public property?

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College Is Hard. We’re Here to Help.

News Feature Welcome to the INDY’s Campus Guide, your source for everything you need to know about collegiate life in the Triangle

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What Thirteen Months Hiding from Immigration Officials Inside a Durham Religious Facility Has Taught Jose Chicas

Durham County “I thought that when they told us that they were going to deport criminals, I never thought that I would be on that list.”

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Got Questions About College? Seven Current and Recent N.C. Students Have Answers.

News Feature They’ve been there and done that

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The UNC School of Government addresses the question of "mobility enhancement". In 2005 the NC Court of Appeals interpreted "mobility …

by ct on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

SCOOTERS...?

Awww...Let`s just pitch `em, and go with SEGWAYS instead !

Weren`t those widgets supposed to be 'The …

by Mike PALADIN on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

I would say that a scooter is used to enhance mobility. By design it maxes out speed at 15mph. Scooters …

by Rob E. Loomis on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

According to the UNC School of Government, NC statutory and case law (which the City of Durham cannot change on …

by ct on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

I also suspect the primary purpose of these scooters is collecting data from it is customers.

by terryboo on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

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The UNC School of Government addresses the question of "mobility enhancement". In 2005 the NC Court of Appeals interpreted "mobility …

by ct on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

SCOOTERS...?

Awww...Let`s just pitch `em, and go with SEGWAYS instead !

Weren`t those widgets supposed to be 'The …

by Mike PALADIN on N.C. Law Says Bird Scooters Are Mopeds. That Could Present a Problem in Durham. (Durham County)

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