Fayetteville man wanted for posing as doctor surrenders
A Fayetteville man accused of operating a fraudulent medical clinic and writing prescriptions using stolen credentials surrendered to authorities Thursday.
Flu deaths on decline in NC
Since spiking in late January and early February, the number of deaths linked to influenza has declined in North Carolina.
Authorities shut down fraudulent Fayetteville clinic
A 60-year-old man is accused of operating a fraudulent medical clinic in Fayetteville and writing prescriptions using stolen credentials.
Tiger begins road to Augusta with a limp
The last time Tiger Woods quit in the middle of a round because of an injury, he won his next tournament. And then he followed that with his highest score ever in the Masters, the ultimate measure of Woods these days.
Seven new flu -related deaths reported in NC last week
Seven more people died from the flu in North Carolina last week, according to data released Thursday by the state Department of Health and Human Services.
Education task force holds first meeting
The Educator Effectiveness and Compensation Task Force holds its first meeting. Members are expected to hear testimony from North Carolina school district officials for pay-for-performance plans.pay to teachers and classroom. With other cities. That would include seasonal flu teacher observations. Poor relations to Steve grant and performance data. And think about. With this news and Newton and created to compensation.
Eight more flu -related deaths reported in NC; total climbs to 74
Eight more people died from the flu in North Carolina last week, according to data released by the state Department of Health and Human Services.
Officials take precautions after student's death from meningococcal disease
Fourteen people who may have been exposed to an East Chapel Hill High School student with meningococcal disease are being treated with antibiotics, Orange County Health Department officials said Thursday.
Chapel Hill student dies from meningococcal disease
An East Chapel Hill High School student died from meningococcal disease Wednesday.
Before the story airs: Heroin making a comeback in NC
I spend every weekday morning at the Wake County Justice Center poring through arrest reports from overnight. I first started noticing an increase in the number of arrests related to heroin several months ago.