State, defense rest in Laurence Lovette trial
Closing arguments in Laurence Lovette's first-degree murder trial were scheduled for Monday morning after prosecutors rested their case and defense attorneys chose not to call any witnesses.
- Autopsy: Woman found dead on Durham trail was shot
A woman found dead in May on Rocky Creek Trail in south Durham had been shot, according to an autopsy report released Friday.
- Crews recover body of worker killed in Bragg trench collapse
Recovery crews freed the body of a civilian construction worker who was killed Thursday in a trench collapse at Fort Bragg.
- Data: NC not among states that got most immigrant children
States with established Central American immigrant communities have received the most children released to sponsors this year after being arrested unaccompanied at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to federal data released Thursday.
- New vaccine fights mosquito-borne viruses
Clinical stage biotechnology company, Arbovax Inc., created a vaccine for Chikungunya, the company announced last month.
- Fayetteville Medal of Honor recipient to be immortalized on stamp sheet
Rodolfo "Rudy" Hernandez, a Fayetteville Korean War Medal of Honor recipient, will be immortalized on a Korean War Medal of Honor stamp sheet, the U.S. Postal Service announced Thursday.
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