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Police used a decoy female police officer to make the arrest and police say the suspect attacked women before.
After a visit to Afghanistan, the famous Raleigh resident raised $181,783 from his fans for children.
The Raleigh native and famous CSI: Miami star returned to her high school to receive a special alumni award.
A woman and her daughter were shot and another woman was stabbed to death in Rleigh, say police.
A TV show host climbs a Wake County 1200 ft. radio tower on the "Hazard Pay" program that aired recently.
The massive new cranes that can lift up to 75 tons apiece have been dedicated and are now working.
During an immigration protest rally, Los Angeles Police Officers can be seen attacking TV camera crews.
From Yahoo.com: A man was accused of getting drunk and too amorous with his girlfriend on an RDU flight.
City of Raleigh Fire Inspector Jack Wall had served the city for 30 years before retiring.
The private school in Raleigh hosted over 600 Special Olympics athletes and will host the state games in June.
The report gives details on the botched case and is disturbingly different than what Nifong said last year.
Raleigh Police say they are searching for a man seen at the scene of a fatal shooting on Friday.
Police in Durham say that a teenager rolled over a car several times and a 16 year old was shot by a third car.
Raleigh Police say that they have arrested a man who used a pickup truck to smash into a Bojangles restaurant.
The NC political talk show talks about possibly taking investments away from Treasurer Richard Moore.
The incoming president of Bennett College called the players in the Duke case "bad apples" and said they lied.
Both US Senators Elizabeth Dole and Richard Burr have now publicly stated they oppose the Navy OLF site.
According to Raleigh Police, a man who robbed a Raleigh Blockbuster store twice has been arrested.
From WRAL.com: The former Durham officer was found guilty of beating and kicking a Raleigh fry cook.
From WRAL.com: The cuts represent around 20 percent of the total workforce in the Research Triangle area.
In our new Inside Hollywood column, read about Peter O'Toole. painter Thomas Kinkade, and American Idol.
Interstate 40 road work will begin this weekend and we present the latest schedule of proposed lane closings.
The popular horseracing and Raleigh society event has been cancelled this year, say the Raleigh Jaycees.
The soccer team will start their regular season against the Minnesota Thunder on Saturday April 21st.
To raise money for the Special Olympics, Wake County Sheriff Deputies are standing on a chicken restaurant.
The free tennis event will include instruction on how to beat the pros, improve your swing, rackets, and more.
The baseball team's bull head took a pounding for 13 seasons but finally blew its top from winds on Monday.
A local amateur athelete explains what it's like to run in a triathlon and she also shares some pictures with us.
OPINION: Columnist DG Martin takes a look at the good side and bad side of Don Imus.
UPDATED: Police are now saying they have found two bodies in a wooded area next to a burned area.
A suspect who shot a Cary store clerk in January is also believed to have shot a Raleigh worker Tuesday.
PHOTOS: Winds up to 60mph damaged homes and trees across the Triangle, knocking out power as well.
Governor Easley asked that all state and US flags be lowered to half staff in honor of the victims at VA tech.
Durham Police are asking the media to quit calling Crystal Mangum, who is not the woman in the Duke case.
Without a PC, in over 831 square miles in Wake County, there is only one place you can find official tax forms.
The well-known comedian on MTV and Saturday Night Live with the raspy voice is touring in Raleigh this week.
The home was built by Dr. Pope, who was also the first African American to be licensed as a physician in NC.
From WRAL.com: NC State auditors say that funds and sale of a property were mishandled at the 2006 event.
From CNN.com: A lone gunman shot and killed students and people at the VA university in this breaking story.
From ABC: The NC State Bar refused to drop charges of withholding evidence against Durham DA Mike Nifong.
Raleigh native Clay Aiken was in Afghanistan for the past week to see UNICEF health and education projects.
From Channel 15: In a quick decision, Horry Co. votes to ban all casino boats leaving from Little River, SC.
According to WRAL-TV, Roy Cooper said his staff was "offended" by Nifong's behavior in the case.
A California firm bought the apartment complex in Raleigh which was just completed four years ago.
The EPA says a Raleigh Superfund site that was first identified in 2003 near a lake will finally be cleaned up.
Durham Police say that a man was shot in the leg while working on his car in Durham.
Last weekend's freezing temperatures caused an estimated $111 million in crop losses across the state.
Highway 40 east and west of Raleigh will be affected as well as some roads in Cary, say highway officials.
Durham DA Nifong said he had to "take issue" with Mr. Cooper's characterizations of him in his lacrosse speech.
The attorneys for the Duke lacrosse players described the Herald-Sun as "cowards" and that they printed "lies."
NC Lottery officials say a winning Powerball lottery ticket worth $200,000 was sold in Wake County.
From Yahoo.com: The former Duke lacrosse players could file suit to recover legal fees.
Many local reporters were surprised to see the CBS News anchor at the Duke lacrosse press conference.
NC Attorney General Roy Cooper has dropped all charges in the Duke case and said they are "innocent."
Watch this 20 minute video as NC Attorney General Roy Cooper says that the charges have been dropped.
Text of NC Attorney General Roy Cooper speech at the RBC Center on Duke lacrosse charges being dropped.
A man who police thought was a murder victim was actually killed when he was hurled from his car.
Some Raleigh merchants wonder why the city of Raleigh is helping boost profits for a Durham beer magazine.
A new walking trail next to the Barwell Elementary School near Rock Quarry Road is open.
From WRAL.com: Two standout players from the UNC Tarheel basketball team will be returning next year.
Raleigh Police say they have arrested two young men in connection with eight residential burglaries.
From Yahoo.com: In a DNA test in the Bahamas, Anna Nichole Smith's baby's paternity is finally determined.
From WRAL.com: Luckily no one was injured in the blaze that burned down a $380,000 house.
Events included sunrise services, a crosswalk, and even a motorcycle ride to deliver Easter baskets to kids.
High winds, low temperatures, and snow light snowfall was seen instead of warm sun this past weekend.
Raleigh Animal groups join forces for their "Auction for Animals" on Saturday, April 21st with $20,000 in items.
NCSU Assistant Coach Larry Harris was arrested in Raleigh but has filed a complaint against police.
According to a local paper, it unwittingly ran an article on a police "ride-a-long" with fabricated portions.
Durham Police say they have charged a second woman in the stabbing death of an acquaintance.
From Independent Weekly: Indy weekly takes a hard look at some big changes inside the big daily's newsroom.
From Independent Weekly: A man who had loaned movies to the elderly and poor was found not guilty.
From WRAL.com: A man is accued of shooting four high school students at the Wal-Mart store in Wilson.
From Yahoo.com: The breath test machines have been questioned as to their reliability in giving readings.
The NC Museum of Art has a giant gaping hole out in front of its facilties where the new building will rise.
Raleigh's First Friday Art Walk, the Artist Studio Tour, and a discussion on What Is Art? take place in April.
Raleigh Police say that eight homes have been hit in the past month and the burglaries take place in the day.
The Cary Farmers' Market starts at 8am and lasting until 12:30pm at the Amtrak Station.
Forward Connally Edozien had the lone goal for the Railhawks with a goal in the 57th minute.
From WRAL.com: Fayetteville Street business locations in downtown Raleigh are filling up.
Governor Mike Easley welcomed the Barton College men's basketball team to the Governor's Mansion.
In partnership with Raleigh, Morrisville, and Garner, Wake voted this week to buy 270 acres of open space.
Duke said it did everything it could to keep highly successful Coach Gail Goestenkors from leaving.
Sadly, a young Duke University student who was a member of the swim team was found dead on Tuesday.
The winner decided to tell his brother that he won on April Fool's Day, says the NC Lottery.
The store was robbed once with a knife and two days later was robbed with a gun, say Raleigh Police.
From TJS: Part of the plan would be a $25 million facility to test feedstocks to be converted to biofuel.
From TJS: The tech networking event is the largest of its kind in the state of NC and will be held in Durham.
From WRAL.com: An unmanned tanker truck ran through a CVS Pharmacy just off of Glenwood Ave.
From WRAL.com: A preacher testified in court that three deputies cursed him and they beat him at a restaurant.
A US Navy spokesman says that Avitrol is not "a technique used for migratory waterfowl at all."
As work begins on the 32 story RBC Centura tower in Raleigh, the city can add another crane to its skyline.
A former high school dropout who is now an attorney enjoys Barton College's 2007 NCAA Championship.
Police say men charged with shooting thru a car sunroof have been also charged with shooting a 14 year old.
New anchor stores have opened in the large shopping center across from the Streets at Southpoint Mall
Durham Police say they seized 43 pounds of marijuana during two traffic stops last week from car searches.
Durham Police say they charged a Durham woman with stabbing a friend and say the motive was robbery.
The NC DOT will consider contracts totaling $140.4 million for bridges and highways in 15 counties.
The Moore Square Farmer's Market will add sandwiches from Whole Foods and will open April 4th.
From DallasNews: Hillary Clinton led the fundraising for Presidential candidates though with 36 million raised.
From WRAL.com: In the trial, witnesses say that deputies assaulted a man for taking up two parking spaces.
See some of the beautiful flora and fauna in bloom around the Triangle including flowers, trees, and ducks.
Andrew Britton, will be signing copies of his new book The Assassin. Britton has lived in Raleigh and the UK.
Police have made two arrests in three holdups but are still looking for a knife-wielding suspect in another case.
The NC State Fairgrounds will be transformed into medieval Europe complete with jousting on horseback.
Strange circling lights in the Raleigh night sky in recent nights seem to resemble a squadron of UFO's.
The man played the Carolina Cash Five game and won the large prize in the March 26th drawing.
Police are investigating a homicide late Sunday night on Driver Street that left a 14 year old girl dead.
Durham Police say they're searching for two men who fired at another car three times and then wrecked.
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