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When Polly Wilson of Alamance County was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease more than 10 years ago, her husband Richard had a lot of questions about what the future held for them as they battled the disease together.

Greensboro police say a man banned from Wesley Long Hospital has died after being arrested.

The Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center failed to provide proper care and follow-up treatment before a veteran killed his wife, then himself, according to a lawsuit filed last week.

Investigators say one firefighter was injured after a fire truck crashed and overturned in south Charlotte.

Wake County's chief prosecutor says he doesn't anticipate bringing charges against a man who was shot by a Raleigh police officer.

Robeson County authorities have arrested four people in connection with a fatal shooting at a Red Springs convenience store.

Gov. Pat McCrory and North Carolina legislators praised each other for the new method they approved last year to fund transportation projects they say is based not on who you know but more on reducing gridlock and creating jobs.

Greensboro Parks and Recreation is offering pontoon boat rides to watch for migrating and wintering waterfowl on Lake Townsend.

Clarence Ilderton still remembers the first day he started running.

A man has been sentenced to life in prison in the killings of two people in Halifax County, including a mother shot while she held her baby in her arms.

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