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Springfield, MO, United States

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Past articles by Sheena:

New underground trash system in downtown Raleigh is getting dumped

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A new underground trash system in downtown Raleigh is now being dumped. The city is now putting an end to the system, at least for now. For Holton Dolberry, taking out the trash from the restaurant across the street is just part of his job. “Having to cross the street with […] → Read More

Baker mistakes ‘Moana’ for ‘marijuana’ on birthday cake

Somehow the bakery misheard and decorated the 25-year-old’s cake with a large cannabis leaf complete with a green “My Little Pony” horse smoking what appears to be a joint. → Read More

Residents, business owners speak out after new downtown Fayetteville parking rules

Some businesses are already feeling the impact when there is pay to park during events. → Read More

Crews searching for teenage boy in Hanging Rock State Park

Park officials say they've been searching for the boy for a few hours. They said he was with his family at the park today. → Read More

Fayetteville police arrest suspect week after man’s murder

Maurice General was given no bond. → Read More

Fayetteville couple sold Xanax gummies, deputies say

TAR HEEL, N.C. (WECT) – A man and woman from Fayetteville are facing numerous drug-related charges after selling edible Xanax in a community in Bladen County, according to the sheriff’s office. Officials with the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office said the Narcotics Unit began an investigation into the distribution of controlled substances in Tar Heel following […] → Read More

Man in critical condition after slamming car into utility pole in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — A man was critically injured in a single-vehicle crash on Friday morning in Fayetteville, police said. According to authorities, officers responded to a single-vehicle crash at 12:08 a.m. on Robeson Street near Whitfield Street. Once on scene, they saw a 2010 Nissan Altima that had struck a utility pole and then […] → Read More

State of North Carolina seeing gains following huge Powerball win

His win is helping in three ways; the first is ticket sales. → Read More

Sampson County town suspends police operations due to small budget

A small town in Sampson County can no longer afford a police department for their 625 person population. → Read More

Fort Bragg families take legal action, claim housing is making them sick

Fort Bragg families protested last month after they say mold, pests, and their houses falling apart forced them into temporary housing. → Read More

Arrest made in Fayetteville hit-and-run that killed man, injured woman

On Tuesday afternoon, Fayetteville police said they arrested Roger Lilly in the case. → Read More

Group raises $20K to bail moms out of Cumberland County jail for Mother's Day

A single mother of two was one of them. → Read More

Mother charged after son wanders off and nearly drowns

The sheriff says the toddler went through a fence with his dog, got across a wooded area with no clothes on, and through to a neighbor's gated pool. → Read More

Fayetteville group looks to bail moms out of jail for Mother's Day

It's the reason they've started a fundraiser hoping to get at least $1,000 and pick mothers to bail out from there. → Read More

Fayetteville woman says mold, leaks plague apartment; wants new place to live

Julie Rice says she's filed at least ten complaints at the Cross Creek Cove apartment complex. She says the air conditioner from another apartment is leaking through her ceiling. → Read More

Family says mother sat in her own filth at Fayetteville nursing home

Tracey Ervin said almost every day for nearly a week, she walked into Whispering Pines Nursing Home and found her mother sitting in her own urine. → Read More

Volunteer work helps Fayetteville ex-convict turn his life around

The homeless program at Operation in as Much introduced Lemar Dasher to volunteering. He was homeless after being released from an eight-year sentence for robbing banks in Garner. → Read More

Who will have access to parking deck near new baseball stadium in Fayetteville?

Back in February, city leaders and developers said the spaces in the parking deck will be leased to people in the new Prince Charles hotel and developments. → Read More

Fayetteville murder suspect still eluding arrest 3 years later

Evidence led investigators to Derek Tolliver, who is charged with Emanual Montez Blowe's murder. → Read More

'I didn't see the gun,' 911 caller says after baby killed by gunfire in Cumberland County

The 911 callers told the operator it wasn't supposed to happen. → Read More