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McDougald Terrace Residents Say the Cop Who Killed Frank Clark Has Terrorized Them for Years

Officer Charles Barkley shot and killed Clark on November 22, under disputed circumstances
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Carolina RailHawks Change Name, Announce Plans For MLS Bid

Carolina RailHawks Change Name, Announce Plans For MLS Bid

The move comes on the same day as the NASL's biggest franchise ceases operations.
Raleigh Approves Oak City Outreach Center Funding

Raleigh Approves Oak City Outreach Center Funding

More than a hundred supporters of the center erupted in applause when the vote passed.
Breaking: Jessica Holmes Retracts Resignation From Wake County Board of Commissioners

Breaking: Jessica Holmes Retracts Resignation From Wake County Board of Commissioners

Holmes will retain her seat and presumably continue working on affordable housing.
In Shock Move, Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes Resigns

In Shock Move, Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes Resigns

Holmes was set to lead the charge on affordable housing next year.
Breaking: Pat McCrory Concedes Governor's Race

Breaking: Pat McCrory Concedes Governor's Race

Republican attorney general candidate Buck Newton also concedes; Cooper will be the state's 75th governor.

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