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Under new rules, Raleigh officials will limit operators to 500 scooters with a minimum of 50. [Read More]
The incidents took place between January and July and involved an 11-year-old, court documents say. [Read More]
There are more than 2,000 gang members in the city. [Read More]
Willie Hawkins, who was a teacher at Enfield Middle School, was arrested Oct. 12 and charged with child abuse inflicting serious injury, the Halifax County... [Read More]
Eileen Carter, 41, suffered 32 sharp force injuries. The autopsy shows nine head and neck wounds, 11 torso wounds — including six stab wounds of... [Read More]
The shooting happened in Sampson County in the Clement community off Maxwell Road. [Read More]
NCDOT said people that receive damage should file a tort claim to request reimbursement for damages. [Read More]
Maya Little says she plans on attending hearings Thursday for people arrested during the rallies in August and September at the site of the statue. [Read More]
James Edward Bullock was last seen in Durham on Sept. 30. [Read More]
Investigators estimated Marcus DeAngelo Richardson, 34, reached speeds of 90 miles per hour before he lost control of a Chevy Impala on Cross Street in... [Read More]
Before you rent a scooter, you want to read the rental agreement. [Read More]
An expert said it's important to remember that seeing more coyotes in the fall and early winter is expected. [Read More]
As the company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, Sears will be closing more than 142 stores across the country. Two of those stores are... [Read More]
Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top burger joints in Goldsboro. [Read More]
North Duplin's Rayanna Koch returns a shot during play in the 2018 Carolina 1-A Conference girls' tennis tournament contested at Herman Park in Goldsboro. [Read More]
Mackenzie Hinson made history Saturday night during the 44th annual Wayne County Fire Princess Pageant, becoming the first Dudley Fire Department fire princess to win... [Read More]
University of Mount Olive cross country athletes often are seen running along town streets. [Read More]
Don't expect shrieks, moans, groans or boos from the five "ghosts" who will haunt Maplewood Cemetery later this month. [Read More]
The Partnership for Children of Lenoir and Greene Counties will host its first Touch-a-Truck for Treats at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27. [Read More]
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