Authorities have found the body of a Fayetteville man who apparently used Facebook while on the run from police to confess to the slaying of his daughter's grandfather.
The District Attorney for Bladen County issued a statement today about the 2014 of a Bladenboro teen a day after federal investigators said they had ended their investigation in the case.
Michael Boncek set out on a 2,200 mile journey to raise awareness to the 22-a-day suicide rate among the veteran community.
Police say a man who spent 19 years behind bars for a murder he didn't commit likely died by suicide.
A watchdog report says a suicide hotline operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs has allowed crisis calls to go into voicemail and that callers did not always receive immediate assistance.
At approximately 4pm today, Greenville Police responded to the 200 block of Pinewood Road for an apparent suicide.
Child safety advocates in North Carolina are worried because youth suicides have doubled since the start of the decade and increased by more than one-third between 2013 and 2014.
Camp Lejeune is providing resources to let Marines and their families know where to turn if they have suicidal thoughts.
The State Bureau of investigation is investigating a suicide at the Brunswick County Jail.
A recent study reveals there is a growing number of children, ages 5 to 11, killing themselves specifically black children.