State denies license for company that wants to house migrant children in NC

State denies license for company that wants to house migrant children in NC

The state has denied a key license to a company that hopes to house dozens of migrant children in Scotland County, further endangering the group’s hold on a $3.9 million federal grant. The denial was expected, and it can be appealed.
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As law enforcement nationwide faces scrutiny, cameras protect both public and officers

After Michael Brown was fatally shot by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, police departments across the country rushed to purchase body cameras for their officers in an effort to quench the public’s outcry for more transparency in policing. Five years later, departments in the Triangle who havSee Original Article

Durham police's 2-step focus after Ferguson: Build bonds to prevent crime, earn trust

In a confrontation still not fully fleshed out, Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown. It touched off emotional protests and tense encounters with police around the nation, including in Durham.
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Driver taken into custody, in hospital after crashing into display in front of business

A driver who hit the shrubbery and front display of a business in Raleigh was taken into custody and is now in the hospital.
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Local activist breaks barriers

Tru Pettigrew is bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community.
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High water bills in Harnett County leave consumers with sticker shock

Residents of Pattons Point subdivision in western Harnett County have seen higher than usual water bills.
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