Crime


Workers set up an automated display warning drivers on NC211 of the power outage in the area and how to approach the upcoming intersections in Southern Pines, N.C., Monday, Dec. 5, 2022. (AP Photo/Karl B DeBlaker)
Restoring Power After Moore County Shootings Could Take Until Thursday

As Moore County reels from the weekend attacks, Gov. Roy Cooper called for a thorough assessment of the state's critical infrastructure Tuesday morning.

The gate to the Duke Energy West End substation in Moore County, N.C. on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2022. Tens of thousands were without power in the county after what authorities say was an act of criminal vandalism at multiple substations. The Pilot newspaper in Southern Pines reported that infrastructure at the West End substation was damaged. (John Nagy/The Pilot via AP)
‘A Serious, Intentional Crime’: Shootings at Moore County Power Stations Leave 36,000 In the Dark and the Cold

Law enforcement says they have found no connection to anti-LGBTQ protests outside of a local drag show.

Numerous historically Black colleges across the nation, including Winston-Salem State University, have been the targets of the unverified bomb threats in recent weeks. (Image via WSSU)
‘Are They Trying to Get All HBCUs?’: Students, Families React to Bomb Threats at NC’s HBCUs

The FBI is investigating more than 20 bomb threats against HBCUs as racially-motivated hate crimes. Fayetteville State and Winston Salem State in NC were among the latest to receive threats.

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Swipe Left on Scammers This Valentine’s Day, NC’s Attorney General Warns. They May Be After Your Money.

Here’s how to avoid being taken advantage of when looking for love. 

Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC) speaks during a House committee in 2019.  (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
Third Wave of Bomb Threats Hit HBCUs As Black History Month Begins

Today saw a third wave of bomb threats to historically Black universities. The institutions have been diversifying the nation's industries for over a century.

People gather at the base of the U.S. Capitol with large IMPEACH and REMOVE letters on January 12, 2021 in Washington, DC. The group is calling on Congress to impeach and remove President Donald Trump on the day that Democrats introduced articles of impeachment in response to Trump's incitement of a mob entering the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for MoveOn)
Trump Takes No Responsibility for Terrorists as House Gets Ready for Wednesday Impeachment Vote

Trump faces a charge of "incitement of insurrection" for the deadly terrorist attack on the Capitol building.

People pass signs of support near the US Capital in Washington, DC on January 10, 2021. - Donald Trump faced fresh calls Sunday from some members of his own party to resign over the violent incursion into the US Capitol, as the threat builds for a historic second impeachment effort in his final 10 days in the White House. (Photo by Andrew CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
READ: Articles of Impeachment Against Trump Charge ‘Incitement of Insurrection’

"He will remain a threat to national security, democracy, and the Constitution if allowed to remain in office."