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Secret court-approved wiretaps on alleged Columbia cocaine dealers’ cellphones prompted FBI agents to bust a large Lexington County facility used for training pit bulls to fight, authorities said Friday.

Zombies will take over downtown Rock Hill Saturday looking for human bait during the Old Town Zombie Crawl 5K and Fun Run. The fun run starts at 3 p.m. and 5K at 3:30 p.m.

More drivers have become concerned they might own defective air bags after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Wednesday urged vehicle owners to act immediately on recalls dating as far back as 18 months ago. Those recalls affect nearly a dozen automakers and millions of vehicles, regulators said.

A quiet lakefront community of upscale homes and neighbors who look out for each other was stunned Friday to learn that a couple who had lived there for decades had been gunned down in their home late Thursday.

Judicial campaigns, technically non-partisan, have become steeped in politics as lawsuits challenging laws and policies adopted by the legislature make their way through the courts.

The commission has identified potential legislation to stop companies trying to cheat on workers’ compensation and skirt labor laws. Community members and commission advisers met Friday to offer feedback.

Union County’s days of being among the national leaders in growth have receded, but that doesn’t mean the county intends to ignore growth management needs.

A proposed Love’s truck stop moved closer to opening near Interstate 40 Exit 154 in Statesville, after an Iredell County judge ruled against an appeal filed by the project’s opponents.

Gastonia police are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in a fraud case.

The prosecutor in Asheville plans to dismiss about 230 speeding tickets that were written by police officers using radar guns with out-of-date certificates.

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