Fort Bragg's acting commander has approved the conviction and death sentence imposed on Timothy Hennis after a court-martial in April 2010.
Hennis, a former Fort Bragg soldier, was convicted of killing a woman and two of her daughters in Fayetteville in 1985.
The Department of Defense says more than 6,000 soldiers with units at Fort Bragg in North Carolina and Fort Stewart in Georgia are heading to Afghanistan in the spring.
A soldier accused of trying to bring powerful explosives on a flight from Texas to North Carolina has been freed on bond.
A former Army acquisition official from
Colorado has been sentenced to six years in prison for extorting
money from companies looking to provide stretchers to military
The Army has dedicated a new building to serve as the combined headquarters of Forces Command and US Army Reserve Command at Fort Bragg.
A spokesman for the special forces school says the shooting death of a government contractor last summer at Fort Bragg was an accident.
The Army is opening a tornado assistance center at Fort Bragg to help service members recover from the weekend's vicious weather.