Justin Moore, CBS 17

Justin Moore

CBS 17

Fayetteville, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Justin:

Fort Bragg hoping July 4th event goes on as planned after rain prolongs setup

Fort Bragg is expecting around 50,000 people to attend and country singer Walker Hayes is headlining the free event. → Read More

In NC, some fireworks are legal — and some are not

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Jared Roy and his buddies loaded up a U-Haul with more than $3,600 worth of fireworks on Wednesday. “We do a neighborhood barbecue every year for the Fourth of July,” Roy said. The Goldsboro man purchased the fireworks at a South Carolina fireworks store that will light up the night sky. […] → Read More

Families welcome first wave of 82nd Airborne home from Poland

More than 300 U.S. Army paratroopers touched down at Pope Army Airfield Tuesday evening. → Read More

Armed Services YMCA helps Fort Bragg families find their next meal

The food pantry at Armed Services YMCA at Fort Bragg serves more than 400 active duty servicemembers each month. → Read More

Fayetteville police welcomes new graduates to the department

The thin blue line in Fayetteville just got thicker as Fayetteville Police Department swore in 19 new officers. → Read More

Cumberland County begins COVID vaccines for kids 5 and under

Some North Carolina parents have been waiting nearly a year and a half for this day to come. Wednesday, Cumberland County rolled out the COVID vaccine for children between the ages of six months and five years old. → Read More

Drought, inflation hitting farmers in Sandhills

The National Drought Mitigation Center’s most recent map shows Eastern North Carolina, including the Sandhills, is between abnormally dry to severe drought. → Read More

Fayetteville State receives largest single-donor gift in school history

North Carolina foundation “The Anonymous Trust” issued a check for $5,816,230 to the Historically Black College. → Read More

Fayetteville set to host Juneteenth weekend events

This weekend will be jammed packed with Juneteenth events in Fayetteville. → Read More

Fayetteville hosts Stand Down event for homeless veterans

The City of Fayetteville and the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center held a community Stand Down event for four hours on Thursday. → Read More

Fayetteville officials could soon impose limits on lawn parking

After a number of complaints, the City of Fayetteville could soon limit how many cars, boats, RVs, and trailers people park in their yards. → Read More

Fayetteville driving school worried gas prices will impact driver training

Zachary Wirt has a fleet of cars that are constantly on the road training people how to drive, and soon he might have to take some off the road. → Read More

NC summer camps having to make adjustments due to heatwave

Approximately 40 kids taking part in a summer camp put on by Hope Mills Parks and Recreation were staying cool and hydrated, but weren’t partaking in outside activities like originally planned. → Read More

Fayetteville AC repair crews working around the clock amid soaring temps

Some repairs can be delayed for days or months due to the global supply chain shortage of certain parts and air conditioning units. → Read More

Fort Bragg opens largest solar array in the southeast

United States Army leaders cut the ribbon to what’s being called the largest floating solar array in the southeast. → Read More

North Carolina man killed in armed confrontation with deputies, sheriff’s office says

Sheriff Wayne Coats said the SBI has been called in to investigate. → Read More

Fayetteville liquor distributor discusses effect of rising fuel prices

The owner of Healy Wholesale Company, Mac Healy, worries about the rising diesel prices. → Read More

$50k issued in Fayetteville's first round of community safety microgrants

The microgrant program targets crime reduction in the 28301, 28303, 28305 and 28314 zip codes by supporting ideas, activities and programs led by individuals and organizations who might not always be eligible to receive traditional grant awards. → Read More

U.S. Women’s Open in Southern Pines to have up to $25 million economic impact, official says

The USGA announced that it will move part of its team from a New Jersey headquarters to Southern Pines by the end of 2023. → Read More

Fayetteville CBD shop owner hopes passing medical marijuana bill can help service members

The shop owner said if medical marijuana becomes legal in North Carolina, he will jump on board and incorporate it into his business. → Read More