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Brandon Lee Rumple, who has a history of arrests in recent years and was free on $1 million bond, was arrested again Wednesday on drug charges.

William Metts, 66, was convicted this week in Catawba County of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.

The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits surged 24,000 to a seasonally adjusted 329,000 last week, though the gain likely reflected temporary layoffs in the week before Easter.

Charlotte-based Park Sterling Corp. reported Thursday that its net income for shareholders grew 11 percent in the first quarter from the same time period a year ago, reaching nearly $3.6 million.

Police said Justin Reid Lawing, 29, was responsible for a series of wrecks Tuesday evening on Idlewild Road.

Judith McMurry was found stabbed to death in April 1993 at the office where she worked in northern Cleveland County.

An alleged robber walked into a Lancaster bank Wednesday afternoon, presented a note to a teller saying he had a gun and walked out with a loot of cash only to run into two police officers who were already staked outside, police say.

Three of the co-founders of CertusBank, who were fired earlier this month after investors raised concerns over spending, have filed a federal lawsuit protesting their dismissals.

U.S. Postal Service workers are planning a protest uptown Thursday, as they rally against a plan to sell more postal services at Staples without postal service employees.

Matthew Devore’s buddies will be wearing gold medals more often in the weeks to come.

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