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31 people made $12M off multi-state cigarette trafficking, money laundering, Cumberland County officials say

On Monday, the United States Attorney's Office announced the arrest of 31 people and one business entity involved in a cigarette trafficking and money laundering operation which made more than $12 million.

Bayer moving 500 jobs from North Carolina to St. Louis

Bayer is closing its crop science division headquarters in North Carolina and moving 500 jobs to the St. Louis area.

Frantic email over lost toy leads to sweet ‘reunion’ at Asheville Regional Airport

After losing her prized stuffed animal on a flight, a little girl was reunited with it, thanks to airline workers who made sure this story had a happy ending.

Police: Fort Bragg soldier wearing military gear opened fire into home

Authorities in North Carolina say an active-duty soldier wearing military-issued ballistic gear opened fire into a home and was then wounded by return gunfire and injured in a car accident.

NC House to restart hurricane recovery committee

The state House is reconstituting an oversight committee that will keep monitoring challenges state government has had in distributing federal long-term housing grants to hurricane victims in eastern North Carolina.

Sheriff: 5-year-old North Carolina boy killed by crossfire

A 5-year-old child was shot Wednesday night in the Red Springs community of Robeson County, according to Red Springs Police Chief Ronnie Patterson.

Man pleads guilty to shooting, killing uncle in Duplin County

A Duplin County man will spend up to 28 years in prison for shooting and killing his uncle in 2015.

NC priest explains why he cancelled speech by black lesbian

A Catholic priest has defended his decision to cancel a Black History Month speech by a high school's black lesbian alumna as well as his decision to cancel classes that day.

NC Rate Bureau wants to raise auto insurance rates

The North Carolina Rate Bureau submitted its annual auto insurance filing with the NC Department of Insurance and is requesting an overall statewide average increase of 7.6 percent, according to Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey.  

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Former Honda dealership property on S. College Rd. up for sale

Could new development be coming on South College Road in Wilmington? The location of the former Stevenson Hendrick Honda dealership is now up for sale.

The Finals are set: LeBron, Lakers will meet Butler, Heat

The matchup is now set, with the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Lakers emerging as the last two teams standing in the chase to be crowned champions of the most tumultuous season in NBA history.

NY Times: Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017

Trump's financial disclosures indicated he earned at least $434.9 million in 2018, but the tax filings reported a $47.4 million loss.

Yellow Dog Discs celebrates 20th year of business on “Record Store Day”

Saturday was Record Store Day, featuring dozens of new releases at record stores across the country.