The Raleigh community is fighting for racial justice after the violence that happened in Charlottesville this past weekend.
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She says the support she’s felt during the last two weeks is what’s helped her get through this nightmare.
Nine new school buses with the Durham fleet have seat belts this year.
The City of Durham invested millions of dollars into area neighborhoods, and new homes are being built.
One neighbor has collected more than 50 signatures and says the city plans to add sidewalks along Yadkin Drive.
City officials say safety is their No. 1 concern for Durham families.
The event is a program geared at building stronger relationships between police and the community.
In response to the deficiencies, the sheriff says in the letter policies and procedures will be updated.
“I had no idea until you all showed up these kids were missing since last Friday. I think Durham Police Department needs to do a better job …
The change comes down to the need to shift resources within the police department, officials said.