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PHOTOS: Suspected Durham robber hits four banks

DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – Durham police are looking for a bank robbery suspect they believe may be behind four robberies. The robberies all occurred in Durham with the first happening in October 2021 and the most recent in July. Police did not say how much money was taken from any of the banks. No one was hurt an the incidents.
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Penny Hardaway hires nephew of Coach K

Andy Borman was a Duke basketball walk-on guard from 1999 to 2004, coinciding with the Blue Devils' third national championship in 2001. He's also the nephew of now-retired Hall of Fame Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski, for Borman's mom is the sister of Krzyzewski's wife, Mickie. Now, the ...
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Durham police investigating series of unsolved bank robberies

Durham police investigating series of unsolved bank robberies. Durham Police investigators are seeking public assistance in identifying the suspect in four unsolved bank robberies which are believed to be related. The first robbery occurred in October 2021, and the most recent occurred this past July.
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Attempted murder suspect arrested

On Friday, August 5, the Caswell County Sheriff’s Office arrested and charged 40 year old Yanceyville Township resident Shadome Rondell Stephens with the commission of the following felonious criminal offenses; (1) count of Attempted First Degree Murder, (1) count of Assault with a Deadly Weapon with Intent to Kill and (1) count of Discharge Weapon into an Occupied Moving Vehicle.
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Where is Guilford County putting the $41 million it got from COVID-19 grants?

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – Guilford County commissioners on Tuesday approved the distribution of another $41 million the county received from the American Rescue Plan. This distribution paid for seven projects that include a broad range of community facilities and infrastructure improvements that are designed to help communities across the county, officials said in a release. […]
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Eliminating Defensive Busts Through Simplification & Communication

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – In what would rank as arguably the greatest collapse in the history of the UNC-N.C. State football rivalry, former defensive coordinator Jay Bateman dialed up a sound play call on 2nd-and-long with 1:45 to play and his Tar Heels leading 30-21 at Carter-Finley Stadium last November.
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NC Town Closes Town Hall and Police Department Due to COVID-19

Pittsboro -- Due to staffing issues and COVID-19-related health concerns, the Pittsboro Town Hall, which is located at 635 East Street in Pittsboro, will be off-limits to the general public until. at least Monday, August 15th, 2022. Both walk-in and drive-through services are impacted by this shutdown. Call the front...
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National Night Out in Yanceyville is huge hit with community

Caswell Sheriff Tony Durden was good natured about working the dunking booth for half an hour last Tuesday at the National Night Out event sponsored by the Fraternal Order of Police, Caswell County Lodge. Durden got dunked quite a few times!. Youngsters had a blast making sure Sheriff Durden and...
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Film room: Analyzing Duke women's basketball guard Emma Koabel

After an up-and-down 2021-22 season, Duke returns to the hardwood this year with a handful of fresh faces and true grit. In this series, the Blue Zone analyzes the new signees’ film for the 2022-23 season. We previously looked at Kennedy Brown, Taya Corosdale and Ashlon Jackson. Next up is Emma Koabel:
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Durham Sheriff shares eviction resources with community

DURHAM – The Durham County Sheriff’s Office hosted an informational panel and discussion about evictions at the Durham County Library Tuesday night. Gary Chavis, a Legal Aid eviction attorney, and Darrin Corbin, a paralegal at the sheriff’s office and former magistrate, spoke on the panel while Sheriff Clarence Birkhead mediated the event.
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