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Grinch steals Christmas decorations in Garner neighborhood
One Garner neighborhood has a little holiday cheer after thieves stole most of the subdivision's Christmas decorations.
Suspects in Pennsylvania Craigslist killing have Harnett ties
Married couple Elytte Barbour, 22, and Miranda Barbour, 18, moved from Harnett County to Pennsylvania shortly before police say they killed a man they met on Craigslist.
Afghan deployment means troops to spend holidays elsewhere
Hundreds of Fort Bragg troops are deploying to Afghanistan only weeks before the holidays.
Some have success signing up for health coverage online
The government's updated HealthCare.gov website has been getting mixed reviews, but many people are finally able to get online and sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
Nonprofit defends questionable purchase program for state workers
The head of the 55,000-member State Employees Association of North Carolina is defending the group's decision to offer an employee-purchase program that appears to over-charge customers - something he says just isn't the case.
Research suggests 'megalopolis' for NC in decades to come
North Carolina is expected to grow by at least a million people a decade for the next few decades, and researchers are beginning to get a sense of where they're all going to end up.
Lane closures to begin this week on I-440W
The long-awaited daytime lane closures associated with the Fortify road project are scheduled to begin on Interstate 440 West early this week, according to state Department of Transportation officials.
Audit: DHHS ill-equipped to handle troubles with Medicaid billing system
The state Department of Health and Human Services doesn't have a plan to address the range of problems with its troubled Medicaid billing system, according to a state audit released Monday afternoon.
Gas line rupture prompts evacuations in Apex
Authorities evacuated areas around Dixie Pipeline Co. in Apex after a 2-inch gas line ruptured Monday morning, Apex police said.
Parents and educators discuss Durham school suspension rates
Parents and educators came together in Durham Saturday to talk about solutions to reduce school suspension rates. The Office of Civil Rights is investigating the district after complaints that the district suspends black students and students with disabilities more than others.