Cumberland County

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Principal Accused Of Forcing Students To Walk Outside For Hours For Not Wearing Their Uniforms

An elementary school principal allegedly ordered students to walk outside for more than two hours as punishment for not wearing their uniforms.


Appeals court overrules judge who said Larry Stubbs served enough time for a 1973 burglary. (Getty Images)

Court Keeps Life Sentence For Convicted Burglar

Appeals court overrules judge who said Larry Stubbs served enough time for a 1973 burglary.


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Sheriff: La. Teen Was Source Of High School Threat

Authorities in Cumberland County say an online threat against Pine Forest High School was made by a teen in Louisiana.


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Cumberland County Warns Elderly Of Telephone Scam

The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office is warning elderly people of telephone scams that promise contest prizes.


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Man Gets Death Sentence For Killing 5-Year-Old

Jurors deliberated for less than 40 minutes Wednesday before deciding that a man convicted of killing a 5-year-old Fayetteville girl in 2009 should die for the crime.


Rifles on Display at the National Shooting Sports Foundation's 34th annual Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show (Photo Credit: Ethan Miller / Getty Images)

Court Rules Weapons Center Run By Ex-Delta Force Members Not A School

Shooting ranges and a training center built by former Delta Force members to train police and troops as next-generation warriors doesn’t qualify as a school, a designation local officials accepted in allowing construction, the North Carolina Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday.


NC Doctor Accused Of Soliciting Child For Sex

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (AP) — Detectives in Cumberland County have charged a Greensboro doctor with seeking sex from someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

CBS Charlotte–01/31/2012

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Prosecutors Want Black N.C. Judge Removed From Racial Bias Case

Prosecutors in the first case being heard under a North Carolina law that allows death row prisoners to challenge their sentences on the grounds of racial bias have filed a motion asking that a black judge be removed from presiding over the case.



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