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Police investigating double shooting in Durham

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — The Durham Police Department is investigating a double shooting they say happened early Saturday morning. At 12:08 a.m., officers were called to a home on Berkeley Street near the intersection of West Club Blvd. in the Walltown neighborhood of Durham. Police on scene said two...
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3 suspects run from car with multiple bullet holes in Durham: police

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) — An aggravated assault was reported to the Durham Police Department around 6:10 a.m. Thursday, according to a search warrant. In connection with the assault, witnesses told police they saw “multiple people shooting” from a car before jumping out of it and fleeing. The...
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Baby dies in Mebane after being left in car by father, police say

MEBANE, N.C. (WGHP) — A baby died after being left in a car in Mebane by their father, according to a Mebane Police Department news release. Around 12:23 p.m., members of the MPD responded to the Armacell at 7412 Oakwood Street when they got a call reporting cardiac arrest. Upon arrival, CPR was being administered […]
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BREAKING FRIDAY AFTERNOON: Baby found dead in hot car

Mebane police report that they were unsuccessful in resuscitating an unresponsive 12-month-old found in an employee’s car at the Armacell plant, 7412 Oakwood Street Extension, Mebane. Police responded earlier today at about 12:23 p.m. based on a reported cardiac arrest. Upon arrival, CPR was administered to an unresponsive 12-month-old...
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BREAKING: Four-Star WR Christian Hamilton Selects UNC

HARRISBURG, N.C. --- Four-star wide receiver Christian Hamilton announced his commitment to North Carolina during a ceremony held at his high school on Friday evening. Hamilton, a star receiver and defensive back at Hickory Ridge High, selected the Tar Heels over fellow finalists Clemson, Penn State, and South Carolina. Two dozen other schools also offered the 6-foot, 175-pounder.
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1-year-old dies after being left in car, says Mebane police

Mebane, N.C. — The Mebane Police Department said Friday it is investigating the death of a 1-year-old child that had allegedly been left inside of a vehicle. Police said officers responded to reports of a cardiac arrest at Armacell on Oakwood Street Extension in Mebane Friday afternoon. According to...
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Could North Carolina be on their way out of the ACC?

With USC and UCLA making their way to the Big Ten, is it only a matter of time before North Carolina is heading elsewhere as well?. The college sports world recently received major news, as two of the Pac-12 eldest members have announced their intention to join the Big Ten Conference.
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Infants killed days apart in hot car deaths in North Carolina and Georgia

Two babies died in consecutive days this week after being left in hot cars in North Carolina and Georgia while their parents went to work, according to reports. In the most recent tragedy, a man in the Tar Heel State left his 1-year-old daughter in his vehicle in Mebane on Friday afternoon amid 90-degree heat, according to WTVD-TV. First responders were unable to resuscitate the baby after receiving a 911 call around 12:30 p.m., according to the report. A day earlier, cops were called to a Walgreens in Danielsville, Georgia and found a 12-month-old unresponsive in a car as outside temperatures reached 90 degrees around 1:30 p.m., according to WAGA-TV. The baby’s mother works in the drug store and it was unclear how long the child was left in the car, the station said. Investigators were probing both deaths and considering charges against the parents. The senseless tragedies were the ninth and tenth hot car deaths in the US so far this year, according to the non-profit advocacy group Kids and Cars. Temperatures inside cars left in the sun on hot days can easily and quickly soar north of 150 degrees, experts warn.
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