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Ask Nadia: Levemir insulin problems
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Dear Nadia, I injected Levemir insulin and now I have a ball. Is that normal? It itches as well. – Michelle Dear Michelle, Skin reactions to insulin injection are not new. Since the advent of insulin in 1922, people taking injections who experience adverse reactions was once estimated at 50 percent. This is believed to be a result of agents like
 
Star of ‘Loving’ on quietly changing the world
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Ruth Negga was born in Addis Ababa on Jan. 7, 1982, to an Irish mother and Ethiopian father. An only child, Negga was raised in Limerick, Ireland, from the age of 4, and attended Trinity College in Dublin, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in acting. Her body of work spans award-winning theatre productions, big-screen dramas, independent films and
 
St. Paul A.M.E. celebrates 40th Christmas Cantata
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
CHAPEL HILL – The annual St. Paul A.M.E. Church Christmas Cantata & Holiday Reception is always a memorable time for the Chapel Hill community, but the upcoming performance will hold a special significance. This marks 40 years of the annual musical event gracing the rafters of the 152-year-old church. The Cantata will return on Dec. 11 at 4 p.m.
 
Eagles score 4th straight win
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
COLUMBIA, Mo. – North Carolina Central closed out November with a wire-to-wire win Monday over Missouri 62-52, the Eagles’ first over an SEC opponent in the program’s history. The Eagles have now won four straight. Pablo Rivas (left) shot 100 percent from the floor for the second time this season, as he went 6-for-6 for 16 points and six
 
Judges order new legislative maps in March, special election
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
RALEIGH – Federal judges told the North Carolina legislature Tuesday to redraw its own districts by mid-March to replace ones the judges previously struck down and to hold a special election using the new maps in November 2017. The ruling means those elected to the state House and Senate a few weeks ago would serve just one year, not two as
 
NCCU's Mack named coach of the year
Monday, November 28, 2016
North Carolina Central coach Jerry Mack, who is the first Eagles coach to win 24 games in three seasons, was named the MEAC coach of the year Monday. Mack has led NCCU to a conference championship in all three years: the first two as co-champion and an outright title this year after defeating N.C. A&T on Nov. 19. The Eagles are headed to the Air Force
 
Black Lives Matter is what started it all
Sunday, November 27, 2016
DURHAM – Black Lives Matter. Shawna Williams says that is what started it all “As a retired educator, I believe that education is the first step in showing our children that black lives matter, that their lives matter,” she said. So she started the Mt. Calvary United Church of Christ tutorial program two years ago on a leap and a prayer.
 
Aggies see season come to an end
Saturday, November 26, 2016
RICHMOND, Va. – Both No. 17 North Carolina A&T and No. 12 Richmond entered the first round of the NCAA FCS playoffs with a disappointing loss the prior week. But considering each team had two very different goals at the outset of the 2016 season, it seemed as if Richmond had the easier adjustment as it advanced to the round of 16 with a 39-10 win
 
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Community says final goodbye to NCCU chancellor

DURHAM – Hundreds gathered Friday for a final celebration of the life of North Carolina

Gov. McCrory concedes re-election bid

DURHAM – North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory conceded the governor's race Monday, clearing the

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