Many roads in central North Carolina remain closed due to flooding as heavy rain fell throughout the area for two solid days.
A crash involving six vehicles shut down a section of Ramsey Street near the VA hospital Wednesday morning.
Police received information around 3:30 a.m. that Ricky Terrell Ward, 33, of Mt. Olive, was possibly in Kinston.
A mom and two children were sent to the hospital Wednesday morning after their Holly Springs home filled with carbon monoxide.
Forty five residents were made aware of the potential breach.
Durham police are trying to locate the vehicle involved in a pedestrian hit-and-run collision that killed a 72-year-old man.
Marsha McMillian, the South Brunswick High School Bus 372 driver, was fired, officials say.
More than 50 roads are flooded or have problems from flooding in Johnston County.
There is video evidence in the case the District Attorney’s office will use.
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According to the data, the most rain fell in Wake County with more than 8 inches in some areas.
Drone video provided to CBS North Carolina by Oak City Productions shows how extensive Tuesday’s flooding was on Wake Forest Road.
A witness told police they heard a child crying and noticed a 20-month old secured in a car seat in the back of the car.
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The suspect was arrested during an unrelated search for a man wanted in multiple crimes in Wayne and Wake counties.
The mom said she went inside the courthouse to pay a fine, but didn’t expect it to take so long.