Settlement of $ 2 million + Closure of the exit of the belt line + Challenge of the judge


Today we have news of a settlement by the City of Raleigh, a call for recusal, students fighting back, and exciting research and expansion in Raleigh. Check out all of it, the events and more below.


Today’s weather, 10/01: Generally sunny and pleasant. High: 80 Low: 56.


Here are the best stories in Raleigh today:

  1. The City of Raleigh accepted a $ 2 million settlement which will go to more than a dozen black men unjustly arrested and imprisoned on drug charges. The 15 men were arrested for selling heroin to a confidential informant, but after the drugs tested negative for the controlled substance, a lawsuit was filed alleging that the men were target by the informant. At the end of August, the informant, Dennis Williams Jr. was charged with five counts of obstructing justice. (WRAL)
  2. A team of researchers from NC state, supervised by the assistant professor Bryan ormond received a $ 500,000 grant from the CDC to help determine the extent to which various face masks job. The team has scheduled a animatronic head and placed different masks on it while imitate everyday movements. The team has already helped develop a standard that mask makers must follow and face mask standards for acceptable performance. (CBS17)
  3. 2A output on the Beltline at West Boulevard will close for good. Loopback exit is used to get to West Raleigh as good as North Carolina State University. Drivers will now be prompted to use exit 2B which has been updated with a traffic light which allows drivers to turn left on Western. The new interchange is a step towards widen this stretch 440 from 4 lanes to 6. (abc11) Raleigh is also planning to expand Route des Six Fourches from Rowan St. to Lynn Road. (WRAL)
  4. Students who have withdrawn from St. David after a cell phone video sparked controversy, are considering legal action against the school. The cell phone video captured the two students singing a song featuring the N-word Many times. After an online petition won nearly 800 signatures pushing for expulsion, students were told they had to withdraw Where to be expelled. Now they are struggling to get into another school and are considering taking legal action. (WRAL)
  5. The Supreme Court of North Carolina issued an order on Tuesday ordering the parties in the event of NAACP v. Moore and Berger submit new briefs addressing issues relating to the challenge of judges. The North Carolina Code of Judicial Conduct calls for the recusal of judges when an individual in the three degrees of relations is party to the case. Complainants moved for judges Phil Berger, Jr. and Tamara Barringer to recuse themselves from the case because of their interests in the case. (INDY week)

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  • It is World Vegetarian Day and if you’re in the area, you know you can enjoy some amazing meat-free options in downtown Fiction Kitchen!
  • The Blood connection organizes a blood drive at Brüeprint Brewery with COVID-19 antibody tests available. (4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.)
  • If you are interested in the urban legends and raleigh lost story, Matthieu House created a book for you. Discover The Hole, The Joint and The Subway. (WRAL)

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