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Hearing involving NC Racial Justice Act continues

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The first evidentiary hearing involving North Carolina's Racial Justice Act appears to be nearing the end in a Cumberland County courtroom. Full story...
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NC Racial Justice Act hearing continues

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The first evidentiary hearing involving the state's Racial Justice Act is scheduled to continue this week in a Cumberland County courtroom, where prosecutors plan to call four more current or former judges to testify. Full story...
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Two plead not guilty in Shaniya Davis death

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A Fayetteville woman charged with selling her five-year-old daughter as a prostitute has pleaded not guilty in her death, as has the man charged with killing her. Full story...
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Testimony continues in Racial Justice Act hearing

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A Tufts University professor is testifying in the first evidentiary hearing involving North Carolina's Racial Justice Act about what he calls unconscious or implicit racism. Full story...
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NC city council may halt police search practice

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The Fayetteville City Council could vote to put a temporary freeze on a type of police search that has drawn criticism as disproportionately focusing on black residents. Full story...
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Amber Alert ends as murder victim's kidnapped daughter found

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A little girl has been found safe in Virginia, but police are still looking for her father, who they suspect of killing her mother in North Carolina. Full story...
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Change in GI Bill affects NC veterans in school

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A recent change in federal law could mean huge tuition bills for hundreds of military veterans in North Carolina looking to attend college. Full story...
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NC city running out of patience with vacant hotel

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Fayetteville officials are running out of patience with the owner of a landmark hotel that's now without tenants, electricity and running water. Full story...
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Fayetteville police expect crowd for bike giveaway

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An annual Christmas tradition in Fayetteville has police concerned because of the number of people expected to show up. Full story...
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NC woman could lose car for speeding

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A Fayetteville woman has become one of the first in North Carolina to be prosecuted under a law that allows police to seize the vehicles of those who run from officers. Full story...
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Economic meeting scheduled for Fayetteville Tech

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A conference about economic and other issues facing North Carolina is being held at Fayetteville Technical Community College. Full story...
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Fort Bragg losing about 430 civilian positions

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Fort Bragg is losing about 430 civilian positions because of federal budget cuts. Full story...
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Cumberland County backs away from dog restrictions

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Cumberland County will not ban the adoption of so-called bully breeds of dogs. Full story...
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Police: Suspect in NC killings knew 1 victim

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Fayetteville police say a violent confrontation that left three people dead and two others wounded did not happen during a break-in. Full story...
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Shots fired at Fayetteville mall on Black Friday

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Authorities are looking for two suspects after gunfire erupted at a mall in Fayetteville early Friday morning. Full story...
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