Burglary, attack on soldier sets Fayetteville neighborhood on edge
Neighbors were anxious Monday as Fayetteville police continued to search for two men in the weekend attack on a Fort Bragg soldier in his home.
Seeking Safety: Can preschool help fight crime?
Most children who participate in early education programs are more prepared for kindergarten - academically, socially and emotionally - than those who don't. Studies have indicated that early education translates into higher graduation rates, better paying jobs and a lower tendency to get in trouble with the law.
WRAL News REWIND: July 19-25, 2014
WRAL News recaps the murder of a UNC professor on a Chapel Hill street, the death of a 7-year-old in Wilson and the pressure for young athletes to play sports year round.to be reviewed and corrected. Traditional calendar students fulfill the hallways and Cumberland county near the end of August but there is a shortage of teachers with special skills. The superintendent says the shortage is part
Man severely beaten in Fayetteville break-in; one arrested, two sought
Fayetteville police have arrested one man and are searching for two others in connection with an assault that happened in a home on Vista Drive.
Man, 29, charged in Fayetteville bank robbery
Fayetteville police have charged a 29-year-old man in connection with a robbery at a PNC Bank location on Ramsey Street.
Today @NCCapitol (7/25): It may be technical, but is it a correction?
The state House will take up a technical corrections bill Friday that eliminates the legislature's Child Fatality Task Force. The Senate will hold a skeleton session.
Anti-violence youth gunned down, but not silenced
Dressed in jeans, a low-neck T-shirt and white sneakers, 19-year-old Ravon Jordan strode confidently to the podium to address the city council.
Fayetteville red-light cameras to return
Fayetteville's red-light cameras will likely reappear soon after lawmakers approved a change to how the program will be paid for.
Senate approves sales tax cap
The Senate gives final approval to an economic development bill that also caps local sales tax rates.
Fayette-Mom: Weekend family fun in Fayetteville
Here are a few upcoming kid-friendly events in the Fayetteville area.