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Frankie Noles was taken into custody Saturday afternoon near Marion, about 24 hours after Jacob Pilkington was captured by authorities.

One man was found shot to death in the Westerly Hills area and another seriously wounded on North Tryon Street just north of the Brookshire Freeway.

On the day Patrick Cannon checked into prison, two city leaders decried the destructive role money can play, even in local politics.

Authorities say they found the body of a missing Virginia woman after arresting her boyfriend in North Carolina.

On Friday morning, Winthrop’s Board of Trustees board’s “committee on compensation” gave its initial approval to a list of responsibilities that includes reviewing any planned salary increase of 15percent or more for any Winthrop employee. The group also plans to review any “salary actions” for top Winthrop administrators and executive-level employees, including some athletic staff members.

For such a small, mostly invisible enterprise, a group of North Carolina deer farmers is making a high-profile push to expand their industry, raising the animals to sell as game and for their antlers and hides.

A Guilford County man who pleaded guilty to causing a boat crash that killed a pregnant woman and her 3-year-old son has avoided prison.

Cramerton Town Manager Michael Peoples has been named Gastonia’s new director of enterprise services, effective in January.

N.C. State University's trustees are recommending a 3 percent tuition hike for in-state students in each of the next two years.

High School football playoff results, next week’s schedule

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