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William Peace University president faces criticism

William Peace University president faces criticism

The president of William Peace University, Debra Townsley, is under fire from some students and faculty. Faculty at the school sent an eight pager letter to trustees saying they don't have confidence in Townsley. 9:55 AM

One person shot at Raleigh sweepstakes parlor

One person shot at Raleigh sweepstakes parlor

Police in Raleigh are investigating a early morning shooting at a sweepstakes parlor. The incident happened around 2 a.m. Wednesday in a strip mall just off of Crabtree Boulevard. 7:44 AM

Duke Energy updates state lawmakers on coal ash cleanup

Duke Energy updates state lawmakers on coal ash cleanup

Newton says two months after 35 million gallons of coal ash spilled into the Dan River the river's water quality has returned to normal. What hasn't returned to normal is concern over coal ash in the Tarheel state. 04/22/2014 09:18 PM

Two killed in Granville County home fire

Two killed in Granville County home fire

An elderly couple is dead after a fire tore through their home early Tuesday morning in Granville County. It happened around 2 a.m. on Hester Road in Creedmoor. The victims have been identified as Samuel Long and Madeline Long. Updated 04/22/2014 11:34 AM

UNC whistleblower announces she is stepping down

UNC whistleblower announces she is stepping down

UNC Chapel Hill researcher Mary Willingham said she is quitting from her job at the school. Willingham was the whistleblower on the academic fraud in the school's African and Afro American Studies Department. Updated 04/21/2014 08:35 PM

Abducted child found safe, father faces extradition to NC

Abducted child found safe, father faces extradition to NC

The weekend search for a 10-month-old baby girl is over and now her father could be extradited to North Carolina as early as Monday. Tamiyah Bryant was found in Virginia Sunday after an AMBER alert was issued Saturday morning. Updated 04/21/2014 03:33 PM

Organization working to send WWII Veterans to National D-Day memorial

Organization working to send WWII Veterans to National D-Day memorial

As the anniversary of the D-Day invasion approaches, one organization wants to make sure World War II Veterans get the recognition they deserve. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Linnie Supall explains what one group is doing to honor dozens of veterans 70 years later. 04/21/2014 01:31 PM

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