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Past articles by Angelica:

Wake school board votes to keep new school on traditional calendar

The Wake County Public School Board voted in the rest of its 2018-19 assignment plan - electing to keep Buckhorn Creek Elementary on a traditional calendar - and it did not make parents in the room very happy. → Read More

Large reward offered for return of stolen Durham pet

A dog stolen on Thanksgiving Day remains missing, and his Durham owner is ramping up efforts to find her precious pet, distributing fliers offering a $5,000 reward for his return. → Read More

Hillsborough pastor pulls gun on suspect; suspect later apologizes

A pastor is thanking the Lord for protection and is grateful for the training he received for his concealed-carry permit. → Read More

Dame's Chicken & Waffles moving to new Durham home

Dame's Chicken and Waffles will have a new home for the new year in Durham. The spot for southern cooking isn't moving far, just a half mile away at Foster and Corporation, underneath the Liberty Warehouse Apartments. → Read More

One of two dogs stolen in Durham on Thanksgiving is back home

A dog stolen on Thanksgiving Day is back home with its owner, but a second dog stolen is still missing. → Read More

Durham police seek man using ice cream truck to lure, sexually assault kids

Durham police are trying to locate a man who is accused of sexually assaulting two young boys in an ice cream truck. → Read More

Carrboro Police evacuate area after report of suspicious package

Carrboro Police are investigating a suspicious package in the area of W. Weaver and Lindsay streets. → Read More

Carrboro police give all-clear, find no evidence of suspicious package

Several streets in Carrboro have reopened following an investigation of a suspicious package. → Read More

Heroes in the Park honors legacy of longtime Durham Mayor Bill Bell

Not every outgoing mayor gets a celebration with Kool and the Gang and a red carpet entrance, but that's the way Durham's Mayor Bill Bell is going out. Although he says it's really for the people of Durham. → Read More

TBH: What parents should know about this feel-good app teens love

To Be Honest is an app some describe as a nice pat on the back. But even apps aimed at positive experiences for teens can be used for bullying, experts warn. → Read More

Lions and bears...but still pretty cool: A visit to the Carolina Tiger Rescue

If you didn't already know, Pittsboro is home to a refuge for big cats who have spent their lives as entertainment acts or as pets. → Read More

Shelter animals evacuated from Puerto Rico land at RDU

The Humane Society of the United States has been on the ground in Puerto Rico working to evacuate all shelter animals and placing them in shelters across the country. → Read More

Water pressure increase in Cary causes pipes to burst and damage to homes

Several residents in western Cary are dealing with some heavy duty damage after a water pressure change caused pipes to burst in their homes. → Read More

How to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey is lashing Texas, but that doesn't mean the fearsome storm isn't having an effect here in North Carolina. → Read More

Hundreds protest UNC's Silent Sam statue; 2 arrests made

Hundreds of protesters gathered around the barricaded 'Silent Sam' at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Tuesday, calling for the removal of the Confederate statue. They then marched down Franklin Street. → Read More

Part of Franklin Street closed as protesters march in Chapel Hill

Chanting "tear it down," a group of protesters gathered around the barricaded 'Silent Sam' at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on Tuesday to call for the removal of the Confederate Statue. → Read More

Halifax County authorities identify quadruple murder victims, reward being offered

The Halifax County Sheriff's Office says four people, ages 67 to 88-years-old, have been killed in a home invasion along Fishing Creek Road in the Glenview community. → Read More

Teen bicyclist dies after Wake County hit-and-run

The North Carolina Highway Patrol is looking for a driver involved in a hit and run that killed 16-year-old Pablo Josue Banegas. → Read More

Water main repair causes Capital Blvd. detours to remain 'indefinitely'

Officials in Raleigh have shut down part of Capital Boulevard due to an emergency water line break, saying traffic detours will remain "indefinitely." → Read More

Cary residents flock to IKEA meet-and-greet at mall

There's plenty of enthusiasm for an IKEA location in the Triangle, but also some traffic concerns. IKEA reps say they are looking at vehicle flow and plans could include things such as adding turn lanes. They are also looking for input from town leaders. → Read More