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Durham mayor floats plan to repeal House Bill 2

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — Though the push by some to repeal House Bill 2 hasn’t changed, Durham Mayor Bill Bell says the circumstances have.

“There really is no downside,” Bell said. 365 more words

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Dozens at NC State rally against travel ban

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Several dozen students came together for a rally at N.C. State University Monday night.

Their message was unity and solidarity in the wake of a temporary travel ban. 174 more words

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Ex-Moore County school resource officer facing sex charges involving student

ABERDEEN, N.C. (WNCN) — Authorities in Moore County say an ex-school resource officer was charged Monday with sex crimes involving a teen student.

Joshua Matthew Evans, 35, of 884 Colonial Avenue in Aberdeen is facing seven sex crimes and other charges involving a 16-year-old girl, Moore County Sheriff Neil Godfrey said Monday evening in a news release. 92 more words

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At least 9 Wake Forest businesses hit by 'high quality' counterfeit money

WAKE FOREST, N.C. (WNCN) — At least nine Wake Forest businesses were recently hit by criminals using “high quality” counterfeit money, police say.

Wake Forest police issued a warning to businesses and residents on Monday after “numerous reports” of counterfeit $50 and $100 bills. 176 more words

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AR-15, body armor, stolen from Chatham County Sheriff's Office vehicle

SANFORD, N.C. (WNCN) — An AR-15 rifle, two 30-round magazines and body armor were stolen from an unmarked Chatham County Sheriff’s Office vehicle in Sanford, Chatham County authorities said Monday night. 89 more words

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SBI searches Hoke County government offices

RAEFORD, N.C. (WNCN) — The State Bureau of Investigation executed a search warrant Monday afternoon and evening at the offices of Hoke County’s government, Raeford Police Chief Kemp Crumpler confirmed. 227 more words

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Raleigh to use chlorine-only disinfection for water system

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The City of Raleigh will switch to a chlorine-only disinfection method for its water system starting Tuesday.

The change comes at the recommendation of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality. 82 more words

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