A North Carolina woman hopes to live comfortably with a new car and business after becoming a millionaire.
The search is on for a Gary Levin, 74, after a man who was wanted in connection with a murder was arrested in his car. Levin's family has been unable to reach him for a week.
Family members said the 14-year-old grew up loving the sport and got his first chance over the weekend, which ended in a terrible tragedy.
Paula Harris, a 59-year-old school bus driver in North Carolina, said she also hopes to use the winnings to help out her kids.
The miniature poodle mix and its owner were happily reunited after the story of the animal’s rescue made the local news.
Taylor Robertson, 27, hopes to inspire others and eventually complete the Ironman.
Dramatic video released by police in North Carolina shows how a body-worn camera stopped an officer from being shot while serving an involuntary commitment order.
Terry Peace of North Carolina said he might take early retirement.
Law enforcement personnel reportedly searched along Burton Cove Road in Madison County on Tuesday.
Kenya Sloan hopes to open her own soul food restaurant with her second win.
"There is no information at this time that indicates any threat to the community," police said in a news release.
JR Motorsports shared the dramatic video, joking that they were “starting the year off with a bang.”
North Carolina authorities are renewing the plea for information in the search for 11-year-old Madalina Cojocari.
"This is a serious case of a child whose parents clearly are not telling us everything they know," Capt. Jennifer Thompson said.
Madalina Cojocari, 11, was last seen on November 23, and police released footage of her on a school bus walking down the aisle two days before she went missing.
The weighted blankets pose an entrapment hazard for children which can lead to asphyxiation, the CPSC warns.
The Department of Labor determined the restaurant owed $6,450 in fines and $235 in back wages to several employees.
The FBI said Madalina Cojocari disappeared from her home on November 23 in Cornelius, North Carolina.
Madalina Cojocari disappeared on November 23 but wasn't reported missing until weeks later. (Credit: Cornelius Police Department)
Authorities in North Carolina have created the #FindMadalina hashtag nearly a month after she was last seen.