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Randolph County deputies are investigating after a body was found inside a burning car.

Authorities say a 17-month-old boy has drowned after he managed to get into an above ground pool at his family's home in Columbus County.

Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson testified in a federal trial that his deputies only conducted traffic checkpoints on Sundays when they were necessary for public safety.

Experts have already noticed some fall color in the highest elevations of the North Carolina mountains around Boone, but they say that is no indication of what this year's fall foliage will be like.

State and federal agents continue to investigate a fire that killed six people inside a Sampson County mobile home.

Residents who live near a Cumberland County site being considered for a $113 million poultry plant are divided.

Union and civil rights leaders are joining together for a series of rallies and news conferences across North Carolina on Labor Day.

Verne McCombs' hands are in constant motion under the 1950 model electric grinder.

Investigators say one man was killed and a second critically injured in a shooting at a Burlington motel where several hundred people were gathered for a party.

A judge dropped a murder charge against a Burke County man accused of killing his stepfather because deputies couldn't find the snow globe the suspect said was thrown at him before the shooting.

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