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Prosecutor: 'Bias' shown by Baltimore officers in Freddie Gray case
Prosecutors announced Wednesday that all charges were dropped against the remaining three Baltimore officers involved in the Freddie Gray case.
It's Clinton's show, but Trump does his best to steal it
It's Hillary Clinton's show, but rival Donald Trump is doing his best to steal it.
Groups sue over Navy's plan for war games on Pacific islands
Community members and an environmental group sued the U.S. Navy, the Department of Defense and the secretary of defense Wednesday over a plan to turn two Pacific islands into live-fire testing sites.
Man wanted in northwest Charlotte armed robbery
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say the robber walked into the 7-Eleven in the 4800 block of Brookshire Boulevard, pulled out a gun and demanded property.
Water from Whitewater Center to be treated, released into Catawba River
The water tested positive for a brain eating amoeba earlier this month.
Judge: Reagan shooter can leave hospital to live in Virginia
More than 35 years after he tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in an effort to impress actress Jodie Foster, John Hinckley Jr. will be allowed to leave a Washington mental hospital and live full time with his...
Water line break leaves Statesville without water, under boil water advisory
A boil water advisory was issued for those who did have water, for at least 24 hours.
ALS-related gene found with help from Ice Bucket Challenge
The ALS Association is crediting money raised through the Ice Bucket Challenge for the discovery of a gene's connection to the progressive disease.
Two charged for breaking into local businesses
Two men have been charged for breaking into two local businesses in Salisbury.
Deadly shooting investigation underway at Monroe hotel
Officers were called to a shooting at the Relax Inn on W. Roosevelt Boulevard around 11:20 p.m.
Research at Kannapolis based MURDOCK study looks at aging and maintaining phy...
Research from the North Carolina Research Campus and the MURDOCK is finding some new information process and recommendations on how to better prepare for the inevitable physical decline.
Tiny US territories use conventions to highlight culture
While the convention's roll call nominating process is an opportunity for states to tout what they are famous for, the territories stand out for their colorful descriptions and dress.