Monday, September 22, 2014

My Sister’s Convicted Killer Was Innocent; 23 Years Later, I’m Still Waiting for Justice

My Sister’s Convicted Killer Was Innocent; 23 Years Later, I’m Still Waiting for Justice

But something pushed me to visit the convicted killer in prison and to eventually decide that he was not the man who beat my sister, Jacquetta Thomas, and left her body in a Raleigh, N.C., street. I was able to hug Greg Taylor and celebrate with him in ...

New Hope for Rural Areas Short on Doctors

RALEIGH, N.C. - A new plan to allow multi-state licensing for physicians could help fill the gap in areas without enough health-care services. If at least seven state legislatures agree to what's known as a multi-state compact, a licensed doctor could ...

W.Va. children's chorus adding 3 new groups

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- The Appalachian Children's Chorus has launched a new group in Putnam County and plans to establish two more in Kanawha and Raleigh County. The Putnam County choir, called Cantanti Valle, held its first practice last week.

Raleigh boy among top players at Pokémon World Championship

RALEIGH — In the weeks before the Pokémon World Championships, 10-year-old London Swan spent hours testing his moves as he prepared for video game battle against the best of the best. London would play online or challenge his brothers to a round or two ...

Clean Energy for Raleigh Forum

Clean Energy for Raleigh, a local program that makes the adoption of solar power and energy efficiency upgrades cheaper and easier, will present a free educational forum. The event will give the public an opportunity to learn more about the program.

BugFest crawls back to downtown Raleigh

Saturday, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences hosted its 18th BugFest, an annual event that attracts more than 30,000 visitors each year and offers guests the opportunity to admire, interact and even taste a variety of insects. Sonia Su, a ...

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