Today, Wildin David Guillen Acosta of Durham faces what could be his last immigration court date in Charlotte. Acosta, now twenty, was detained as an eighteen-year-old on his way to school at Riverside High. He is among six North Carolina youth who had fled danger in Central America and were detained by ICE that same […]
Tuesday morning, in the parking lot of a Compare Foods in Durham, Wildin Acosta stood in front of a television news camera. This hasn’t been uncommon for him lately.…
Officers with the Raleigh Police Department were investigating a crash and a robbery Monday morning after a driver was hit from behind and had their car pinned to a tree near Capital Boulevard.
Blood banks really, really want more black blood donors. But is it racist to court one group of donors based on that group’s skin color? If you ask Britain’s blood … Click to Continue »