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Jakeya Karynne Davis, 34, of Durham, is charged with murder in the death of Marcus Anthony Keith. Jakeya Karynne Davis, 34, of Durham, is charged with murder in the death of Marcus Anthony Keith.

Woman charged with murder after stabbing man in neck

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Police say a Durham man was stabbed to death Saturday during what appears to have been an argument. More>>

GOP presidential prospects tout faith in the national anthem

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Two possible Republican presidential candidates are touting the nation's religious heritage as part of a webcast marking the 200th anniversary of the national anthem.
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Teen hit by car on Raleigh Blvd. Video included

Police respond to a crash involving a pedestrian on Raleigh Boulevard. Police respond to a crash involving a pedestrian on Raleigh Boulevard.
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A teenager was taken to the hospital Sunday after he was struck by a vehicle on Raleigh Boulevard near Glascock Street. More>>

Families of NICU patients reunited with life-saving doctors Video included

UNC mascot Ramses holds a former NICU patient at the North Carolina Children's Hospital. UNC mascot Ramses holds a former NICU patient at the North Carolina Children's Hospital.
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Former patients of UNC Children's Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit were reunited Sunday with the doctors and nurses who cared for them.
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Disabled participates get a helping hand to finish Canes 5k

Volunteers with Ainsley's Angles help disabled participants finish the Canes 5k. Volunteers with Ainsley's Angles help disabled participants finish the Canes 5k.
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Volunteers with Ainsley's Angels helped more than a dozen people with various disabilities complete the second annual Canes 5k race. More>>

'Hard-working' neighbor killed in Sanford house fire Video included

Work boots sit outside the charred home of Jack Rollins, who died in an overnight fire. Work boots sit outside the charred home of Jack Rollins, who died in an overnight fire.
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A Sanford woman says her neighbor of 30 years died early Sunday morning in a house fire More>>

Groups aiming to help NC legislative Democrats

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Groups in the shadow of traditional campaigns are poised to once again attempt to influence N.C. General Assembly races through ads and mailers bought with millions of dollars largely from companies and politically-minded organizations. More>>

Man drowns Saturday while rafting the Ocoee River

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A man died while rafting on the Ocoee River Saturday afternoon in Polk County. More>>

1 killed in Durham Co. single-vehicle wreck

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One person was killed Sunday morning in a single-vehicle wreck on U.S. Route 70 in Durham, North Carolina State Highway Patrol officials said. More>>

Islamic State group's war chest is growing daily

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Islamic State militants, who once relied on wealthy Persian Gulf donors for money, have become a self-sustaining financial juggernaut, earning more than $3 million a day from oil smuggling, human trafficking, theft and extortion, according to U.S. intelligence officials and private experts. More>>

Miro exhibit opens at Duke University art museum

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An exhibition of more than 50 works by artist Joan Miro (hwahn meer OH') is opening at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. More>>

Arrest made in murder of 20-year-old Raleigh man Video included

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Raleigh homicide detectives have arrested and charged Darius Lamont Watkins, 19, with the murder of Casty St. Louis.   
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3 sought in UNC strong arm robbery Video included

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus police responded to a strong arm robbery early Sunday morning and the university is operating under an alert condition. The robbery does not pose an immediate threat to health or safety, campus police said. More>>

NC police find ID cards for ASU student with body Video included

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Police in the hometown of Appalachian State University say they're trying to identify a dead body found at the town's edge. More>>

1 dead, 1 injured after Hope Mills domestic disturbance Video included

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Cumberland County deputies are investigating a domestic disturbance that resulted in one death and one injury. More>>

Durham burglary suspect surrenders to police

Durham police are asking for assistance in locating 18-year-old Traquan Marquez Adams in connection with home break-ins. Durham police are asking for assistance in locating 18-year-old Traquan Marquez Adams in connection with home break-ins.
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Durham police are asking for assistance in locating 18-year-old Traquan Marquez Adams in connection with home break-ins. More>>

Willie Nelson among Farm Aid performers in Raleigh Video included

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The annual Farm Aid concert is in Raleigh with performances by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and others. More>>

Durham group targeting 'alcopops' in convenience stores Video included

Boone said around 40 percent of high schools students admit to consuming alcohol in the last 30 days. Boone said around 40 percent of high schools students admit to consuming alcohol in the last 30 days.
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A group in Durham is trying to cut down on underage drinking one store at a time.
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Man allegedly cooked dog, fed it to ex-girlfriend

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A Northern California man has been arrested after his ex-girlfriend said he cooked her dog and fed it to her. More>>

Hundreds cram last NC fracking hearing in west

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North Carolina officials hear more worries that opening the state to drilling for natural gas will leave water wells polluted by toxic chemicals. More>>

20-year-old man shot to death in Raleigh Video included

Officers were dispatched to the 6300 block of Shadowland Crossing in the River Birch at Town Center apartments in response to a reported shooting at approximately 6:45 p.m Officers were dispatched to the 6300 block of Shadowland Crossing in the River Birch at Town Center apartments in response to a reported shooting at approximately 6:45 p.m
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Police are investigating a homicide that occurred Friday evening in Raleigh. More>>

McCrory approves $12M from taxpayers to NC factory

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Gov. Pat McCrory is approving $12 million in taxpayer money to help one of the largest industrial employers and worst polluters in western North Carolina get cleaner and stay in production. More>>

Woman impaled by flying pole outside NC school Video included

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A wind-blown fence post flew through a car's engine compartment and speared an unsuspecting motorist as she left a North Carolina high school. More>>

NC courts sort voucher law, students stay in class

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A North Carolina appeals court could rule as early as this week whether nearly $11 million in taxpayer money should pay tuition for hundreds of low-income children to enroll in private schools. More>>

Domestic violence underreported in US, a growing issue among men Video included

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The issue of domestic violence has taken center stage due in part to the release of a video showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his then-fiancée in the face in a hotel elevator. Women, though, are not the only victims. More>>

McCrory says he won't call NC special session Video included

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Gov. Pat McCrory says he won't ask North Carolina legislators to return to Raleigh to consider legislation left behind by this year's General Assembly session. More>>

Pickup collides head-on with Durham school bus

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Two children and one adult were taken to the hospital following an accident Friday involving a Durham Public Schools bus. More>>

2 Gray's Creek High students charged after threatening violence in video Video included

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Two students at Gray's Greek High School were charged after authorities said they posted a video online threatening to shoot other students. More>>

Red Springs officer arrested on drug charges

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The State Bureau of Investigation says a Red Springs police lieutenant is accused of fraudulently obtaining narcotic painkillers in four counties. More>>

NCSU police: Reported sexual assault did not happen Video included

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Campus police say that a kidnapping and sexual assault that allegedly occurred late Thursday night never actually happened. More>>

Charlotte-Mecklenburg officer arrested for assault

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police has arrested one of its officers on assault charges after they say he used excessive force on a suspect in custody. More>>

Calif. kids golf coach with Pinehurst ties wanted students killed

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A golf coach in Northern California who has been involved with a kids tournament in Pinehurst has pleaded guilty to molesting three of his students and then plotting to kill them from jail, according to the Associated Press. More>>

'Party mansion' owner convicted of tax and healthcare fraud

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A former Raleigh resident, known for the wild parties held at his “party mansion” in North Raleigh, was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison for tax fraud, healthcare fraud and money laundering crimes, according to a United States Department of Justice release. More>>

Fayetteville bicycle rodeo moves to Sept. 27

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A bicycle rodeo scheduled for Saturday in Fayetteville has been moved to Sept. 27 because of inclement weather. More>>

WNCN Blitz visits Cardinal Gibbons Video included

Students were energized during Friday morning's WNCNBlitz pep rally. Students were energized during Friday morning's WNCNBlitz pep rally.
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The WNCN Blitz team moved to Cardinal Gibbons Friday morning as the Crusaders get ready for their showdown with Broughton High School. More>>

Art Pope fires back at critics of new Raleigh grocery store Video included

"We're able to open up a store, bring jobs to the community, bring great value, great shopping within walking distance of the community." Pope said. "We're able to open up a store, bring jobs to the community, bring great value, great shopping within walking distance of the community." Pope said.
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Former state budget director Art Pope hopes his new grocery store will fill a void in a neighborhood with little access to fresh food. More>>

3 children injured when school bus hits truck

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Three children suffered minor injuries Friday morning when a school bus crashed head on with a pickup truck in Durham. More>>

NC Central to honor young alumni achievers

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N.C. Central University is recognizing its young alumni for outstanding achievement and leadership. More>>

Cooper on campaign to educate college consumers

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North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has launched a campaign designed to help college students become smarter consumers. More>>

Modern Oakwood home construction can continue, judge rules Video included

Some neighbors in Oakwood complained Louis Cherry's design is too contemporary for the historic neighborhood. Some neighbors in Oakwood complained Louis Cherry's design is too contemporary for the historic neighborhood.
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A judge says the owners of a "modern" home in the Oakwood neighborhood can finish building their dream home without interruption. More>>

Cameras installed in 31 Durham Sheriff's Office vehicles Video included

Cameras were also put inside the vehicle to record the detainee compartment, the sheriff's office said. Cameras were also put inside the vehicle to record the detainee compartment, the sheriff's office said.
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The Durham County Sheriff's Office said Thursday it installed 31 in-car cameras in its vehicles. More>>

Mills Park parents irate about change to Cary schools Video included

Mills Park Elementary students hold signs opposing calendar changes at the school. Mills Park Elementary students hold signs opposing calendar changes at the school.
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Parents and teachers want to keep their Mills Park school on a traditional calendar. More>>

Activate Good helps turn 9/11 anniversary into a positive

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Activate Good helped turned the 13th anniversary of 9/11 into a positive in Raleigh. More>>

Man shot while sitting on porch in Fayetteville

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Police say a man is in serious condition after he was shot Thursday while sitting on his front porch in Fayetteville. More>>

AG Roy Cooper calls Republicans 'extremists'

Attorney General Roy Cooper is seeking the Democratic nomination to run in 2016 against McCrory, a pro-business Republican who worked at Duke for more than 28 years. Attorney General Roy Cooper is seeking the Democratic nomination to run in 2016 against McCrory, a pro-business Republican who worked at Duke for more than 28 years.
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Attorney General Roy Cooper says the next gubernatorial election will be a time for Democrats to take the state back from what he called "extremists." More>>

Puppies found in pillowcase on Blue Ridge Parkway

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Animal control officials in Haywood County are taking care of seven newborn puppies after they were found tied up in a pillowcase and left on the Blue Ridge Parkway. More>>

OSHA proposes fine against Cary company after plant accident

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Officials are proposing a $70,000 fine for a Cary company that owns a manufacturing plant where a machine crushed a worker's hand. More>>

Court case for Hornets' Hairston moves to Nov. 14

Former UNC guard P.J. Hairston said he plans to stay away from Durham after an altercation in the city attracted negative attention ahead of his rookie season in the NBA. (Charlotte Hornets) Former UNC guard P.J. Hairston said he plans to stay away from Durham after an altercation in the city attracted negative attention ahead of his rookie season in the NBA. (Charlotte Hornets)
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The assault and battery case involving Charlotte Hornets rookie guard P.J. Hairston has been rescheduled for Nov. 14. More>>

Motorcyclist hit, killed on S. Saunders St. in Raleigh

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Police say a man died Thursday after the motorcycle he was driving was hit by a van on South Saunders Street. More>>

Captured fugitive returns to NC after 1973 escape

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A fugitive captured in Iowa after decades on the run was returning Thursday to North Carolina, where he escaped from prison in 1973. More>>

St. Aug students reflect on 9/11 Video included

George Boykin III has vivid memories of that tragic day.  He was an officer in New Jersey when he got the call about the terrorist attacks.  George Boykin III has vivid memories of that tragic day. He was an officer in New Jersey when he got the call about the terrorist attacks.
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Students from St. Augustine's university gathered to remember 9/11 Thursday. More>>

McCrory, veterans react to Obama's campaign against ISIS Video included

Gov. Pat McCrory said he believes ISIS poses a threat to the security of the U.S. (AP photo) Gov. Pat McCrory said he believes ISIS poses a threat to the security of the U.S. (AP photo)
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On the 13th anniversary of 9/11, Gov. Pat McCrory and veterans in North Carolina react to President Barack Obama's address stating the U.S. will expand its military campaign against ISIS. More>>

Fayetteville officials hold mock hazardous waste spill exercise Video included

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Downtown Fayetteville was the scene of a mock hazardous waste spill Thursday morning as various agencies practiced their response.
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UNC student affairs completes probe into football 'incident'

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UNC said its Office of Student Affairs has concluded its probe into an Aug. 4 incident involving football players at Aloft Hotel. More>>

Road, bridge projects dot NC 12 on Hatteras Island

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Just how many road projects are in play on Hatteras Island?The state Transportation Department said this week that it's delaying construction of a bridge at Pea Island until the court case involving the longer span to the north, the Bonner Bridge, is settled.
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Facebook offers family $10k for calling photo of young heart patient 'scary, gory' Video included

Hudson Bond''s father and mother check on the 2-month-old at Duke Children's Hospital. (Hudson's Heart) Hudson Bond''s father and mother check on the 2-month-old at Duke Children's Hospital. (Hudson's Heart)
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Kevin Bond says Facebook offered him $10,000 in ad money after the website deemed a photo of his 2-month-old son "scary, gory." More>>

Hagan, Tillis support US airstrikes

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Sen. Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis largely support the plan President Barack Obama outlined to expand military airstrikes and help forces fight the Islamic State militant group. More>>

Photos released in Cary gas station robbery

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Cary police on Thursday released photos and video of a man wanted for an armed robbery at a gas station. More>>

Greek Festival is this weekend in Raleigh

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Good food and music are some of the highlights of attending the 2014 Greek Festival, which takes place this weekend at the Jim Graham Building on the N.C. State Fairgrounds. More>>

Hagan, Aiken to speak at state AFL-CIO convention

Clay Aiken files for Congress on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014. Clay Aiken files for Congress on Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014.
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Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan and congressional candidate Clay Aiken are among the scheduled speakers at the annual convention of the state AFL-CIO in Raleigh. More>>

Community support needed to build brigade memorial on Fort Bragg

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The 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade is the only brigade on Fort Bragg without a monument honoring its soldiers who died in service. More>>

City threatens to cut off water, renters insist they paid dues Video included

Dozens of renters in Bentwood Park say they received a notice that the city was planning to turn off their water even though they say they've paid their dues. Dozens of renters in Bentwood Park say they received a notice that the city was planning to turn off their water even though they say they've paid their dues.
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Renters in a Durham complex say the city threatened to cut off their water because the homeowners association has not paid its utility bill. More>>

Facebook calls photo of 2-month-old heart patient 'scary, gory' Video included

Hudson Bond''s father and mother check on the 2-month-old at Duke Children's Hospital. (Hudson's Heart) Hudson Bond''s father and mother check on the 2-month-old at Duke Children's Hospital. (Hudson's Heart)
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A Greensboro father says Facebook rejected his ad because it deemed a photo of his 2-month-old son "scary, gory or sensational." More>>

Source says Rice video sent to NFL Video included

In this February 2014, file photo from a still image taken from a hotel security video released by TMZ Sports, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punches his fiancee, Janay Palmer, in an elevator at the Revel casino in Atlantic City, N.J. In this February 2014, file photo from a still image taken from a hotel security video released by TMZ Sports, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punches his fiancee, Janay Palmer, in an elevator at the Revel casino in Atlantic City, N.J.
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A law enforcement official says he sent a video of Ray Rice punching his then-fiancee to an NFL executive five months ago, while league executives have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week. More>>

US needs 'complex strategy' against ISIS, Duke prof says Video included

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The eyes of the nation will turn to President Barack Obama Wednesday as he will outline an expanded military and political effort to combat ISIS in Syria and Iraq. More>>

NFL commissioner visits Wake Forest High amid controversy Video included

Goodell's visit comes in the midst of a storm of controversy surrounding how he and the league handled the suspension of Baltimore Raven running back Ray Rice. (Emma Wright/WNCN) Goodell's visit comes in the midst of a storm of controversy surrounding how he and the league handled the suspension of Baltimore Raven running back Ray Rice. (Emma Wright/WNCN)
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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell paid a visit to Wake Forest High School Wednesday to discuss Heads Up Football with the Cougars football team. More>>

17-year-old girl missing from Durham found safe Video included

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Durham police are trying to locate a missing 17-year-old girl last seen at Northern High School around noon Sept. 3. More>>

NC groups remember Sept. 11

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Many organizations around North Carolina are remembering Sept. 11 through community service. More>>

McCrory orders flags to half-staff on Sept. 11

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Gov. Pat McCrory has ordered all North Carolina and United States flags to be lowered to half-staff on all state facilities on Sept. 11. More>>

Wake Forest businesses closed after possible fuel spill

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Several businesses are closed because of a possible fuel spill in Wake Forest. More>>

Lost in the Trees puts touring on hold for 'foreseeable future'

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Chapel Hill-based Lost in the Trees announced it will take a break from touring following its show at the Haw River Ballroom. More>>

NC State cuts Hofmann Forest sale price by $19M, has 2 potential buyers

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N.C. State University plans to sell most of the Hoffman Forest to a company that specializes in sustainable timber management. More>>

SW Raleigh community center receives 9/11 helping hand a day early Video included

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Employees from Mr. Handyman volunteered at the Garner Road Community Center on Wednesday.  More>>

CEO sleep out is Thursday in Durham

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The CEO sleep-over is Thursday night in Durham. More>>

Cleveland High hosts WNCN Blitz Friday Video included

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A fantastic and enthusiastic crowd came out at Cleveland High as WNCN Blitz's Friday morning pep rally moved to the Johnston County school. More>>

Durham adds T-mobile for 911 texting

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T-Mobile uses can now text to 9-1-1 in Durham.  More>>

Small fire put out at Harris Nuclear Plant

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A small electrical fire was quickly put out Wednesday morning at the Harris Nuclear Plant, said officials. More>>

Road near Raleigh dialysis center now open Video included

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Crews in Raleigh are working around the clock to clear flood water on Durham Drive near Tryon Road so dialysis patients can get the treatment they need Wednesday morning. More>>

Fayetteville man dies after being shot during robbery attempt

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Fayetteville police said a man who was shot Tuesday on Callahan Circle after he attempted to resist being robbed by two suspects died Wednesday morning from his injuries. More>>

NC offers bus tour of Civil War sites for 150th

The state Department of Cultural Resources is sponsoring a bus tour of important Civil War sites in North Carolina to mark the 150th anniversary of the conflict. More>>

Drivers worry Six Forks traffic trouble spot could get worse Video included

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Plans for a new 18-story office tower on Raleigh's Six Forks Road is already giving some people a traffic headache.
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Media outlets plan NC Senate debate without Hagan

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A television news outlet and North Carolina's two largest newspapers will hold a debate next month in the U.S. Senate race even if Democratic incumbent Kay Hagan doesn't participate. More>>

Water main break closes N. Columbia Street in Chapel Hill

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A water main break Tuesday in Chapel Hill has left residents on Carr Street without water until repairs can be completed. More>>

Reward offered for help in solving Durham armed robbery

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Durham police announced a CrimeStoppers reward is being offered for information that helps lead to the arrest in the armed robbery of a Subway restaurant Sept. 7. More>>

Man crossing tracks hit, killed by Amtrak train in Durham Video included

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Police say a man was killed Tuesday when he was hit by a passenger train in Durham.
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Fired St. Aug's football coach claims 'retaliation' by university Video included

Michael Costa was fired after 13 seasons as St. Aug's head football coach. Michael Costa was fired after 13 seasons as St. Aug's head football coach.
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St. Augustine's University's head football coach Michael Costa and defensive coordinator Tremayne Henry could hardly believe their eyes.
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Shooting suspect found in dryer after dreadlocks exposed Video included

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A man wanted for shooting three people was found Tuesday hiding in a clothes dryer with his dreadlocks hanging out of the machine.
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Combat aviation paratroopers leave Fort Bragg for Afghanistan Video included

The 51 paratroopers assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, will fill roles in Operation Enduring Freedom. The 51 paratroopers assigned to the 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, will fill roles in Operation Enduring Freedom.
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Dozens of paratroopers based at Fort Bragg said goodbye to their families and departed for Afghanistan on Tuesday. More>>

McCrory to allow NC coal bill to become law Video included

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Gov. McCrory will not sign a coal ash bill because of lingering concerns. More>>

Survivor of abuse says getting out is not simple Video included

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The Ray Rice video has sparked a national conversation about domestic abuse. More>>

NC health officials highlight Medicaid finances

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North Carolina health officials are celebrating a positive cash balance within the state Medicaid agency for the most recent fiscal year. 
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New college ranking has Duke No. 3

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Duke University is one of the best colleges in the country, according to a new ranking by the website College Factual. More>>

Apple reveals smartwatch and new, larger iPhones Video included

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Apple unveiled its long-anticipated smartwatch Tuesday, introducing a device that aims to put many of the functions of a smartphone onto a smaller screen that's never more than an arm's length from the wearer's eyes. More>>

Military wife launches eCommerce solution for busy moms Video included

Whitney Nordmoe, a military wife with a 3-year-old son, launched Dean & Grace for busy moms who struggle to find time for shopping. Whitney Nordmoe, a military wife with a 3-year-old son, launched Dean & Grace for busy moms who struggle to find time for shopping.
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Recognizing a growing need for quick and easy shopping, a military wife and mother said her busy schedule turned into a new business venture. More>>

North Carolinians warned of iTunes scam

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A scammer is trying to use Apple's iTunes to lure consumers into revealing confidential information. More>>

Police searching for man missing since Sept. 4

Damon Roderick Scott, 40, was reported missing Tuesday after his family have been unable confirm if he reached Ohio, police said. Damon Roderick Scott, 40, was reported missing Tuesday after his family have been unable confirm if he reached Ohio, police said.
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Fayetteville police are asking for assistance in locating a man last seen Sept. 4 after purchasing a bus ticket to Ohio. More>>

YOUNGSVILLE: Mother, son indicted on embezzlement charges

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A mother and son who worked for the Town of Youngsville were indicted on felony charges related to embezzling from the town. More>>

Appeals court sets quick date on NC voting law

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A federal appeals court decided Tuesday to hasten arguments in a case challenging a tough, new North Carolina voting law that critics say will suppress minority voter turnout in November. More>>

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Two vehicles fell into a swollen Reedy Creek Monday in Warrenton after waters washed away a 60-foot section of Airport Road. More>>

Missing Johnston County teen returns home

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A missing Johnston County teens returned home 24 hours after being reported missing. More>>

Fayetteville student busted for selling stolen gun

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Daniel Bollar, 17, of Lieber Street in Fayetteville was arrested Monday after police say he tried to sell a stolen pistol. More>>

Search on for missing Appalachian State student

Police at Appalachian State University are continuing their search for 18-year-old student Anna M. Smith who has been missing for nearly a week. Police at Appalachian State University are continuing their search for 18-year-old student Anna M. Smith who has been missing for nearly a week.

Police at Appalachian State University are continuing their search for an 18-year-old student who has been missing for nearly a week. More>>

New high-rise coming to North Hills Video included

The 18-story high-rise will be built next to the Captrust building which was built in 2009, during the recession. The 18-story high-rise will be built next to the Captrust building which was built in 2009, during the recession.
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The look of North Hills is about to change with the addition of a new $82 million high-rise tower. More>>

4th US aid worker with Ebola arrives in Atlanta

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A medical plane transporting the fourth American aid worker sickened with the Ebola virus has landed in metro Atlanta, and the patient will now head to Emory University Hospital for treatment. More>>

Henderson man pleads guilty in ax killing

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A Henderson man has pleaded to killing his uncle with an ax more than two years ago. More>>

Public input sought for proposed $73M Union Station project in Raleigh Video included

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A public input meeting will be held Tuesday night at the Contemporary Art Museum in Raleigh about the proposed $73 million Union Station Project.
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NC high court hears speedway's suit over $80M deal

One of the country's largest auto racing track operators gets one more crack at convincing North Carolina judges it should get $80 million in tax breaks offered by local officials. More>>

NC lawmakers holding health oversight committee

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This year's General Assembly session ended less than three weeks ago and lawmakers already are returning to keep tabs on how state government is operating. More>>

Agency gives $1M to help Robeson County babies

Two Robeson County entities are getting more than $1 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help keep babies healthy. More>>

Threat of enterovirus concerns Triangle parents, doctors say Video included

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Many in North Carolina are concerned about the enterovirus, although it has not reached the state yet. More>>

Driver walks away after flipping car into Raleigh pond Video included

A car flipped into a pond off Calvary Road in Raleigh. A car flipped into a pond off Calvary Road in Raleigh.
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The driver of a car walked away from what could have been a fatal crash Monday after the car flipped into a pond in Raleigh. More>>

Gun group demands Kroger, Harris Teeter ban firearms Video included

Newspaper ads showing two men, one holding a gun, the other holding a skateboard, read "One of them isn't welcome at Kroger.  Guess which one." Newspaper ads showing two men, one holding a gun, the other holding a skateboard, read "One of them isn't welcome at Kroger. Guess which one."
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Grocery store chain Kroger is getting a push from a group of moms to ban guns from its stores, which includes Harris Teeter locations.
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Ray Rice assault video shines light on domestic violence Video included

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An infamous elevator surveillance video of Ray Rice punching his girlfriend, and now wife Janay Palmer, is shining a spotlight on cases of domestic violence. More>>

Court rules for Yelp in suit over online ratings

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Online review site Yelp can lower or raise the rating of a business depending on whether it advertises with the company. More>>

NC Supreme Court weighs consumer place in Duke rates Video included

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The state Supreme Court took a new look at whether state regulators are doing enough to balance consumer protection against the pursuit of higher rates. More>>

Hagan, Tillis race could hinge on women Video included

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Both Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis are trying to appeal to women in their North Carolina Senate race. More>>

Cumberland family loses $16,000 in IRS scam

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Cumberland County officials say someone is claiming to be employees of the Internal Revenue Service attempting to collect back taxes. More>>

Fayetteville police continue search for 'extremely dangerous' man Video included

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The search continued Monday for a man Fayetteville police are calling armed and extremely dangerous.
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Families in need of diapers find support from Gov. McCrory

Huggies donated 26,000 diapers on Wednesday to the Durham-based Diaper Bank of North Carolina. Huggies donated 26,000 diapers on Wednesday to the Durham-based Diaper Bank of North Carolina.
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A growing national effort to help families in desperate need of diapers is well underway in North Carolina. More>>

Police search for missing Johnston Co. teen

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The Wilson's Mills Police Department said Lakeisha Bell was reported missing Sunday night by her family. More>>

As death toll grows, UNC team launches Ebola outbreak tracker

A team from UNC developed a website for tracking the spread of Ebola. A team from UNC developed a website for tracking the spread of Ebola.
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As WHO warns that thousands of new infections are expected in the coming weeks, a team from UNC has launched a website for tracking the spread of Ebola. More>>

Silver alert canceled for missing Chapel Hill man

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A silver alert for Richard Leslie Silva Chapel Hill man last seen Sept. 5 at a retirement community was canceled Monday. More>>

What parents need to know about Enterovirus

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Dr. Nancy Snyderman of NBC is reporting on the Enterovirus challenge in many states.  More>>

Hedgepeth's dad calls UNC ceremony 'heartwarming' Video included

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Students at UNC Chapel Hill will observe a moment of silence to mark the second anniversary of the death of Faith Hedgepeth. More>>

2 killed, 1 critically injured in Moore Co. crash

Two people were killed Monday morning and another was critically injured when a car turned into the path of a tractor-trailer truck. (Frank Staples, Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue) Two people were killed Monday morning and another was critically injured when a car turned into the path of a tractor-trailer truck. (Frank Staples, Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue)
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Two people were killed Monday morning and another was critically injured in a crash involving a car and a tractor-trailer truck. More>>

Husband kills wife, then self in Sampson Co. murder-suicide

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The Sampson County Sheriff's Office says a 55-year-old woman was killed Friday by her estranged husband, sparking a manhunt that led to schools in two districts being put on lock down. More>>

Dog Olympics are Saturday at NC State

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NC State's annual Dog Olympics are Saturday at the vet school. More>>

2 injured in Smithfield drive-by shooting

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Two men were shot outside a house while walking down a street late Sunday night in Smithfield after an exchange of words with a group of men in a car, police said. More>>

DURHAM: 2 suspects sought in Chick-fil-a armed robbery

2 suspects sought in Chick-fil-a armed robbery

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A reward was being offered Monday for information leading to the arrests of two suspects wanted in connection with an armed robbery at a Durham Chick-fil-a. More>>

Fuquay-Varina man killed in I-40 car with flat tire

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Rickie Neal Richardson Jr. of Fuquay-Varina was killed in a tragic wreck on I-40 early Sunday morning when the car he was riding in had a flat tire and then was hit from behind. More>>

Chapel Hill police searching for 90-year-old man

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Chapel Hill police are asking for assistance in locating a 90-year-old man suffering from a cognitive impairment last seen Sept. 5 at a retirement community. More>>

Winston-Salem considers domestic partner benefits

A Winston-Salem City Council committee is to consider whether to offer benefits to same-sex domestic partners. More>>

Phil Fills In: Sergio's Pizza in Raleigh Video included

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It's been awhile but the "Phil Fills In" segment is back. Phil took a trip to Sergio's Pizza in Raleigh to find out the secret to some of the best pizza in the Triangle. More>>

Goldsboro man charged with first-degree rape of a child

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Brian Christopher Willis on Friday, Sept. 5 and charged him with first-degree rape. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office arrested Brian Christopher Willis on Friday, Sept. 5 and charged him with first-degree rape.
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A 19-year-old Goldsboro man was in jail Monday morning after being accused of raping a 12-year-old girl. More>>

4 taken to hospital after mobile home fire in Durham

Four people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a fire broke out at a mobile home on Enfield Drive in Durham. Four people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a fire broke out at a mobile home on Enfield Drive in Durham.
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Four people were taken to the hospital Monday morning after a fire broke out at a mobile home on Enfield Drive in Durham. More>>

Purported KKK fliers from NC found in 2 NY communities

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Authorities say fliers, purportedly recruiting for the Ku Klux Klan, have been found on private properties of two Long Island communities. More>>

Family wants answers after Cumberland Co. drowning Video included

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A Cumberland County family is demanding answers after their loved one drowned Sunday. More>>

Hagan, Tillis test new lines in debate

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Hagan and Tillis are locked in a close race for a North Carolina Senate seat. More>>

Reddit bans page that had nude celebrity photos

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Administrators of the social networking site Reddit on Saturday banned the page where many hacked photos of naked celebrities landed when they flooded the internet almost a week earlier,  More>>

Cary driver hits trees, smashes car

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A car wreck on Cary Parkway and Waldo Rood Blvd. knocked down trees and had one person headed to the hospital. More>>

Ex-Marine thrives as Louisburg farmer after losing job Video included

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A non-profit group is helping unemployed vets across the country go from the battle field to the farm. It's called the Farmer Veteran Coalition. The group has proved to be helped to Louisburg farmer Robert Elliot. He's been farming for a year and a half. It's an avenue he chose to explore after his service in the Marine Corps and getting laid off from the Department of Defense in 2011."I didn't really have any job pro... More>>

Teen drowns in Little River near Fayetteville

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A body has been found in a river just north of Fayetteville in Cumberland County, authorities confirmed Sunday night. More>>

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    GOP presidential prospects tout faith in the national anthem

    Sunday, September 14 2014 7:40 PM EDT2014-09-14 23:40:08 GMT
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    Two possible Republican presidential candidates are touting the nation's religious heritage as part of a webcast marking the 200th anniversary of the national anthem.
    Two possible Republican presidential candidates are touting the nation's religious heritage as part of a webcast marking the 200th anniversary of the national anthem.
  • Groups aiming to help NC legislative Democrats

    Groups aiming to help NC legislative Democrats

    Sunday, September 14 2014 3:52 PM EDT2014-09-14 19:52:20 GMT
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    Groups in the shadow of traditional campaigns are poised to once again attempt to influence N.C. General Assembly races through ads and mailers bought with millions of dollars largely from companies and politically-minded organizations.
    Groups in the shadow of traditional campaigns are poised to once again attempt to influence N.C. General Assembly races through ads and mailers bought with millions of dollars largely from companies and politically-minded organizations.
  • NC courts sort voucher law, students stay in class

    NC courts sort voucher law, students stay in class

    Saturday, September 13 2014 10:12 AM EDT2014-09-13 14:12:58 GMT
    A North Carolina appeals court could rule as early as this week whether nearly $11 million in taxpayer money should pay tuition for hundreds of low-income children to enroll in private schools.
    A North Carolina appeals court could rule as early as this week whether nearly $11 million in taxpayer money should pay tuition for hundreds of low-income children to enroll in private schools.
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    Sunday, September 14 2014 9:40 PM EDT2014-09-15 01:40:44 GMT
    With the deadly ambush on a state police barracks in the Pocono Mountains, law enforcement in eastern Pennsylvania went on high alert and officers from throughout the region, including New York and New Jersey,...
    A Pennsylvania state trooper who was injured when a gunman ambushed him and killed another trooper outside a police barracks is conscious and talking for the first time since he underwent surgery, a spokesman said Sunday.
  • Britain mourns slain hostage; another under threat

    Britain mourns slain hostage; another under threat

    Sunday, September 14 2014 6:20 PM EDT2014-09-14 22:20:50 GMT
    Prime Minister David Cameron is summoning military and security chiefs for an emergency meeting in response to the beheading of a British hostage and a threat against another.
    Now it's Britain's turn to mourn.
  • Edouard strengthens to hurricane in the Atlantic

    Edouard strengthens to hurricane in the Atlantic

    Sunday, September 14 2014 11:59 AM EDT2014-09-14 15:59:39 GMT

    Hurricane Edouard becomes the fourth named storm in the Atlantic to reach hurricane strength.

    Hurricane Edouard becomes the fourth named storm in the Atlantic to reach hurricane strength.

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    Boy, 4, stung by venomous puss caterpillar

    Wednesday, September 10 2014 1:40 PM EDT2014-09-10 17:40:53 GMT
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    The may look fluffy and cute, but these caterpillars are anything but, and this week a 4-year-old North Carolina boy learned that the hard way.
    The may look fluffy and cute, but these caterpillars are anything but, and this week a 4-year-old North Carolina boy learned that the hard way.
  • 3 infants found dead amid "deplorable conditions"

    3 infants found dead amid "deplorable conditions"

    Friday, September 12 2014 7:27 AM EDT2014-09-12 11:27:19 GMT
    The bodies of three infants were found in a Massachusetts house filled with vermin and piled high with soiled diapers, where four other children were removed by authorities last month, a prosecutor said. Detectives investigating a case of reckless endangerment of children found the bodies Thursday at the house in Blackstone, about 50 miles southwest of Boston along the Rhode Island border. Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said the house was in "deplorable condition." He sai...
    The bodies of three infants were found in a Massachusetts house filled with vermin and piled high with soiled diapers, where four other children were removed by authorities last month, a prosecutor said. Detectives investigating a case of reckless endangerment of children found the bodies Thursday at the house in Blackstone, about 50 miles southwest of Boston along the Rhode Island border. Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said the house was in "deplorable condition." He sai...
  • Sex Offender with Dangerous Past Wanted in Chatham County

    Sex Offender with Dangerous Past Wanted in Chatham County

    Thursday, September 11 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-09-11 22:43:49 GMT
    Benjamin Kinlaw is wanted by Chatham County Sheriff'sBenjamin Kinlaw is wanted by Chatham County Sheriff's
    Benjamin Kinlaw is wanted for failing to register as a sex offender and a felony probation violation
    Benjamin Kinlaw is wanted for failing to register as a sex offender and a felony probation violation
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