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The Amber Alert that was issued for 15-year-old Dustin Wade Shaver in Pittsylvania County, Virginia, has been suspended.
"So I went back and got my gun," he said. "And came back up here. Next thing I knew he backed back and kicked the door open, broke all that, and said 'I'ma get you.'
The quarter-cent sales tax increase would be used to give teachers a raise and possibly fund other education-related initiatives.
Wake County deputies say they are talking to an 89-year-old man who shot and killed his neighbor in Wake Forest.
Arrest warrants show that Earl Antroine Hamilton, 32, of 3806 Potecasi Drive in Raleigh, is accused of intentionally depriving food, water and/or medical care to an American Staffordshire terrier.
Howard Lee Guld known by many as "Papa Howard," was described by his family as luckier than a cat with nine lives.
The Republican 6th Congressional District runoff pits Phil Berger Jr., the district attorney in Rockingham County and the son of the state Senate leader, against Greensboro minister Mark Walker.
Efforts to eliminate extra pay for teachers who earn advanced degrees are gaining momentum in a small but growing number of U.S. schools, stirring a national debate about how best to compensate quality educators and angering teachers who say the extra training is valuable.
May has turned out to be a banner month for the food and beverage businesses along Hillsborough Street, the artery road connecting N.C. State University to the Raleigh downtown district.
A Rocky Mount man is facing local charges in connection with a shooting earlier this month as well as drug charges in Wake County.
Lee Phillips drove his tractor to Carpenter Farm Supply Co. in Cary on July 8 to fill a tank with fertilizer.
The Harward House, circa 1914, was assigned to the Apex National Register Historic District in 2012 using survey documents from Capital Area Preservation.
The Wake commissioners are scheduled to talk transit at a July 21 work session. According to an informal meeting plan distributed this week to county officials and civic leaders, the commissioners will be asked for quick approval of what are largely Coble's ideas for developing a new "transit investment strategy."
Students wash their clothes Ghanaian style in Kitase, a village in east Ghana. From left: Erin Gerber, 18, Peyton Cabot, 17, Parker Savage , 17, Jacob Asher, 17, Maya Copeland, 16, Taylor Morgan , 18, Emily Orander, 16, Sammie Asher, 17. - While kicking a soccer ball with dozens of students on a bumpy field in the village of Kitase in Ghana, three ... (more)
Graduating high school students in the Cary alumni chapter of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity's Cary Kappa League program celebrated recent achievements in May. The students were highlighted on a local radio program.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 01:27 am
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