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The prosecutor who handled one of North Carolina's most notorious crimes Tuesday made new allegations against the defense attorney in the case a man now challenging him for public office. District Attorney Jay Gaither alleged that attorney Scott
Taylor was recognized for leading Transportation Insight's visionary plan to bring game-changing data analysis tools to its clients. As the developer of Insight Fusion, the company's groundbreaking interactive business intelligence portal that helps
Designer Ralph Lauren unveiled the casual duds that America's Olympians will wear at opening ceremonies next month in Sochi and this time the red, white, blue and garish garments will actually be made in the nation that they are meant to represent...
Lenoir-Rhyne has hired Army offensive coordinator Ian Shields as its next head coach...Shields spent the past five seasons in charge of the Black Knights' offense, and was their associate head coach this season. Under Shields, Army led the nation in
Sometimes the key to running a successful community theater is finding a brand new play. Sometimes it's finding a new star to be a marquee name for an old play. And sometimes it's merely finding a new carpet predominantly purple, to hide patrons' red
North Carolina native Aaron Canipe knew that independent wrestling matches were popular entertainment in the areas near his hometown of Hickory, but he never opted to go, until recently. Intrigued by advertisements around town promising cage matches
21 p.m. , updated December 31, 2013 at 2:58 p.m...The Kentucky State Police in the Post 1 district are investigating the death of an Evansville woman that apparently happened early Wednesday in Trigg County.
Officers responded to Hickory Place and Armour Avenue around 9:15 p.m. on Friday after a witness reported hearing what sounded like two gunshots in the area, police said. On arriving at the scene, police said they found shattered window glass and a
Hickory is spending nearly $1.5 million to improve its baseball stadium in hopes of keeping the city's minor league team...There will be new seats, outdoor suites and an expanded bar and cafe at L.P...The team's lease expires in 2022, though the team