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Fayetteville woman nearly threw out lottery ticket worth $200K :: WRAL.com
Fayetteville, N.C.— A trip to the store to buy some soap led to a $200,000 lottery win for a Fayetteville woman.
2 Navy SEALs and 2 Marines charged in Fort Bragg soldier's death
Two U.S. Navy SEALs and two Marines have been charged in the strangulation death of an Army Green Beret while the service members were stationed in the African country of Mali last year, the Navy said on Thursday. Charging documents describe a situation in which some of the nation's most elite milit
Relentless rains bring constant flooding to Hope Mills residents
"I've been here 16 years and every time we get a big rain, the water just settles here," said Moore.
Cumberland County group distributes 'boxes of love' for Thanksgiving
"We have a packing operation. We call it Thanksgiving boxes of love," said organizer DeWayne Webb. "Each box of love has a complete Thanksgiving dinner minus the turkey, which we have in the freezers."
Kidnapping of NC teen Hania Aguilar featured as FBI’s most wanted case of the week
The greenFord Expedition was found abandonednear Quincey Road, about eight miles from the mobile home park, on Nov. 8.
State attempting to revoke license of Raeford psychiatric facility, report alleges staff abused patients :: WRAL.com
“Management and staff at Canyon Hills take very seriously the care and treatment of clients in our care. The complaints referred to in the state’s report, some of which the state determined could not be substantiated, have been appropriately addressed through our own internal review,” Canyon Hills C
Rainy days have residents concerned in flood-prone areas of Cumberland County
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) - The Cape Fear River is on the rise, and although county leaders don't expect major flooding, some say it doesn't need to be for their houses to flood.
Crime down, says Fayetteville police chief :: WRAL.com
Fayetteville, N.C.— Overall crimes committed in Fayettevile during the first nine months of the year have dropped compared to the same period last year - with the exception being aggravated assaults, recent figures show.
Fayetteville family upset their search, not police, found man's SUV and body
Within 20 minutes, they say they tracked down his SUV in the woods off Shaw Mill Road, about two miles from where he was shot. His body was inside, family members said.
Hope Mills continues Thanksgiving meal tradition for those in need - Up and Coming Weekly
A tradition that startedin 2009 at the HopeMills ALMSHOUSEwill continue thisThanksgiving Day,Nov. 22, as volunteersat the ecumenicalcommunity ministrywill again serve a traditionalThanksgivingmeal to those in needin the community.
A Fayetteville man's life is saved at Duke after NC's first abdominal wall transplant | News & Observer
A former Army drill sergeant leader has a belly button again - and a new life - thanks to a teenage organ donor and a team of doctors at Duke University Hospital. Johnathan Nauta, 37, of Fayetteville, received a simultaneous abdominal wall and bowel transplant on Oct. 12 at Duke that lasted 14 hours
9 days missing: Reward in Hania Aguilar case increases to $30K :: WRAL.com
Lumberton, N.C.— Nine days after someone kidnapped Hania Aguilar from the yard outside her Lumberton home, officials with the FBI have upped the reward for information to $30,000.
Spring Lake residents brace for more flooding along Little River :: WRAL.com
"It never did anything like this, but in the past two months, it's been like one thing after another. I don't want to see no more water," she said.
Fayetteville church celebrates 60 years of 'World's Largest Spaghetti Dinner'
Organizers said they sold more dinners this year than last, a total of more than 9,000 plates at the carry-out extravaganza.
Fayetteville neighborhood complains as Florence debris continues to accumulate
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) - Flooded debris from Hurricane Florence is still lining the streets in Fayetteville, but some residents say people are illegally dumping the trash in their neighborhoods.
Mountaire Farms to provide 7,500 Thanksgiving meals | Robesonian
The employees will be packing 7,500 boxes, each with a complete Thanksgiving dinner for a family, as part of the Thanksgiving for Thousands event. Each box will include a Mountaire Farms plump chicken roaster, corn, string beans, yams, cranberry sauce, stuffing mix and a brownie mix for dessert.
'Not a monster' Parents defend man who admitted to killing family
Watts, who grew up in Fayetteville, admitted to police he killed his 34-year-old wife, Shanann in a "fit of rage," after he claimed he walked in to see his wife strangling their two daughters.
Shocked Lumberton residents remain 'hopeful' missing girl found safe
Evidence inside the stolen SUV, which was used to kidnap Hania, is being examined for clues to her abductor.
Family of Cumberland County man killed in hit and run seeks answers, justice
The family of 19-year-old Jesse Adams is distraught after he was struck and killed on his walk home from work last week. The State Highway Patrol said Adams was walking home on Gillespie Street in Cumberland County when he was hit by a driver who kept going. The family is pleading with that driver t
'My husband, he went crazy,' woman says in 911 call after 3 killed in Johnston County
Prosecutors charged Martinez with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted first-degree murder, and felony larceny of a vehicle.