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An investigator for the Innocence Inquiry Commission testified Tuesday that a serial sexual offender repeatedly told her that two Robeson County men were innocent of a 1983 rape and murder.
Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas have selected Richmond, Va.-based Dominion Resources to construct a 550-mile pipeline to bring natural gas to Eastern North Carolina from the Marcellus Shale and other regions.
Another American missionary has contracted the often-deadly Ebola virus in Liberia, according to SIM USA, the Charlotte-based charity that sponsors the doctor’s work in Liberia.
An Orange County grand jury formally charged a man Tuesday in the murder of a 71-year-old Anglican church volunteer from Durham.
The four players UNC suspended for the Liberty game - Des Lawrence, Donnie Miles, M.J. Stewart and Brian Walker -- will play this weekend.
A man wounded Aug. 20 in a downtown shooting that killed another man was arrested Sunday on heroin trafficking and cocaine possession charges when he was released from WakeMed Hospital.
Raleigh and Cary police, in separate cases, charged two men with sex offenses involving 11-year-old and 15-year-old girls during the summer.
Matched up against an inferior opponent, Duke was appropriately dominant in its season opener. The Blue Devils rolled to a 52-13 win over the Elon Phoenix at Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham.
The Tar Heels were losing against the Liberty Flames midway through the third quarter, but then North Carolina scored 28 points in less than four minutes to take control of the game.
Led by a record-setting performance by senior wide receiver Justin Hardy, East Carolina picked up its first win as members of the American Athletic Conference by batting down NC Central 52-7 on Saturday in both team’s season opener.