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First minority Fayetteville police chief takes over department

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) – There’s a new person in charge of Fayetteville’s finest, who looks nothing like any of those who have come before. Gina Hawkins will officially be sworn in Friday as the city’s police chief, but she began work Monday. She is the first female and first minority to serve as the head […]

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DOT consultant cites anger over I-77 toll lanes as possible deal breaker

N.C. Department of Transportation consultant Mercator Advisors says that intense opposition to the Interstate 77 toll lane project would be “potential justification” for canceling the project. The adviser says the state could back out of its deal with developer I-77 Mobility Partners, but doing so could carry a price tag of up to $300 million. […]

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Wells Fargo to pay $108M settlement over veterans’ loans

Wells Fargo & Co. will pay the U.S. government $108 million to settle a decade-old whistleblower lawsuit that alleged the bank charged military veterans hidden fees when refinancing mortgages and then concealed the fees when applying for federal loan guarantees. The bank, which is still reeling from a separate fake-account scandal and recent revelations that […]

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Mr. Oates served his last hot dogs over the weekend

For more than 30 years, Charles and Anna Oates served hot dogs and sausage dogs to hungry customers in Southeast Raleigh. But this week, the couple is packing up Scooby’s, … Click to Continue »

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