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MIS-C is a rare, but serious inflammatory disease associated with COVID-19 that affects children and teenagers. more
A Fayetteville woman was killed and another was transported to the hospital after a Wednesday night crash on U.S. Highway 13 near the Cumberland County line in rural Sampson County. more
A Four Oaks man received a 48-month prison sentence for possession with intent to distribute one kilogram or more of heroin. more
As the calendar trudged towards June, unemployment numbers ballooned to more than one million, straining an employment commission that ran on short staff prior to COVID-19 due to a lack of demand. more
COVID-19 started wreaking havoc on the economy in March as businesses either closed completely or modified services to accommodate social distancing guidelines. Mass closures severely impacted … more
Lawmakers blasted the North Carolina Department of Transportation for careless overspending, suggesting the DOT is using the coronavirus to “cover up” irresponsible cash management. more
As the summer vacation season fast approaches, the State Highway Patrol is encouraging motorists to keep safety at the forefront throughout Memorial Day weekend. more
Brothers Rakim Moore and Tracy Moore told deputies they had stopped to change a tire on C.P. Stewart Road, outside Lillington, when a man with a laser-sight mounted rifle took aim and started shooting... more
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Daniel Marquioues McKoy was arrested in the case of Terrance Rashawn Ford, who went missing Dec. 12 and whose body was found in a shallow grave Friday. Derrick Wesley Brooks has been charged with murder. more
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper has scheduled a press conference in Raleigh at 5 p.m. today (Wednesday) along with members of his coronavirus task force. During the conference, Cooper is expected … more
In the Army, soldiers quickly learn the meaning of the words hurry up and wait. Harnett County officials learned it too, when it came to a donation of Army land along Ray Road referred to as the … more
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