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The North Carolina House voted 63-41 Tuesday, Aug. 31, on a final version of a bill increasing penalties for rioting. The bill now heads to the governor. more
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a high-profile bill that would have ended North Carolina’s pistol permit requirement. The governor also nixed a hotel safety bill. With his sixth and seventh … more
Red Hill Church Road is closed at Ashe Avenue while emergency crews respond to a three-car wreck, involving multiple passengers. A witness at the scene said a Toyota Tundra truck ran a stop sign, … more
Habitat for Humanity of Harnett County has finally solved its location riddle after more than three decades of moving from one ill-equipped or undersized building to another. more
JoCo Angels’ held its first Opioid Awareness Day event in Benson’s Singing Grove Sunday evening. more
Family members and lawmakers, in Washington, D.C., and Raleigh, representing North Carolina residents are mourning the deaths of a Marine and soldier who died in a terrorist attack while helping Americans and others evacuate from Afghanistan. more
Cumberland County deputies are investigating a shooting in a gun store parking lot that left a man with life-threatening injuries. more
Two judicial district bars gathered for a meeting Aug. 24 to vote on nominees offering to fill a vacancy that will be left behind by the Aug. 31 retirement of District Court Judge Caron H. … more
A three-car crash on Cumberland Street sent several people to the hospital Friday afternoon. A white, compact car attempting to turn left onto Sunny Avenue at approximately 1:30 p.m. Friday pulled … more
A new study commissioned by the North Carolina Cable Telecommunications Association warns that red tape regarding utility pole access could cost the state $3.5 billion in consumer value due to the … more
A bill that would prohibit public schools from promoting controversial viewpoints related to Critical Race Theory cleared the North Carolina Senate on Thursday. Debate about the bill featured rare … more
With the inaugural Overdose Awareness Day set to take place Sunday, members of the support group Parents of Addicted Loved Ones want to help residents learn about and access vital resources available in the area.  more
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