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Justin Moore

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Fayetteville, NC, United States

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Recent articles by Justin:

Fayetteville police chief search down to 2 finalists

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Fayetteville City Manager Doug Hewett announced his two finalists for police chief on Friday morning. The finalists, James Nolette and Kemberle Braden, are assistant chiefs in the city’s Police Department. They each have more than 25 years of law-enforcement experience. “Currently I oversee field operations bureau for the Fayetteville Police Department. […] → Read More

Fayetteville Regional Airport unveils terminal upgrades

Fayetteville Regional Airport unveiled its latest terminal upgrades on Wednesday morning. → Read More

Lights slowly turning on throughout Moore County, but most residents, businesses remain in the dark

In areas of Moore County, including Aberdeen and Southern Pines, the lights remain off. → Read More

Fort Bragg soldiers receive donated Christmas trees

Today, hundreds of Fort Bragg soldiers ranked staff sergeant or lower lined up in their cars for a free Christmas tree. → Read More

Golf course at Fort Bragg to get a $1.2 million renovation

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — If you’re a golfer, chances are you’ve played a game or two at Ryder Golf Course on Fort Bragg. “You can walk into an airport in California and bump into somebody that is a golfer. You would be amazed they say I started playing golf at Ryder Stryker Golf Course,” Jeff Johnson, […] → Read More

Fayetteville’s Social District opens

It allows customers to take alcoholic beverages they purchased at participating Downtown Fayetteville restaurants and bars with them, to-go. → Read More

‘Bicycle Man’ legacy ending after holiday season in Fayetteville

After giving away more than 60,000 bicycles to underprivileged kids, Fayetteville’s well known Bicycle Man Community Outreach Projects is ending after this holiday season. → Read More

Fayetteville crime trending down, but homicides are going up, city report shows

The Fayetteville Police Department Third Quarter Review data shows homicides are up nine percent between January-September of this year. → Read More

County leaders OK nearly $7 million for new event center in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Parking could soon become a challenge to find at Cumberland County Courthouse. That’s because plans are in the works for a new event space in the area. Cumberland County Commissioners on Monday approved the county manager’s recommendation to turn the parking lot in front of the Cumberland County Courthouse into a […] → Read More

Drivers already seeing traffic, high gas prices in Fayetteville

Families are beginning to travel for Thanksgiving and some are already seeing traffic. → Read More

Fort Bragg paratroopers celebrate Thanksgiving early

Around 600 paratroopers were served hot turkey meals at the Third Brigade Combat Team Dining Facility. → Read More

Fayetteville Christmas Parade Chair discusses safety plans after deadly Raleigh parade

The safety of spectators and participants has always been a top priority for Price. There’s even more focus on it following the death of an 11-year-old performer in the Raleigh Christmas Parade after a truck carrying a float hit her. → Read More

Cumberland County woman says she’s a victim of rental scam

A Cumberland County family needs a home after falling victim to an apparent rental house scam. → Read More

Neighbors concerned after Cumberland County motel shootings

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Neighbors in a Cumberland County community said they are fed up with the drugs, prostitution and gunfire in their community. They are demanding Cumberland County Commissioners to shut down several motels near the Crown Complex on Gillespie Street. They believe those businesses are contributing to the problem. “We have drug people […] → Read More

NC police shot young Fayetteville woman 17 times, autopsy shows; new details emerge from July death

The autopsy and toxicology reports returned in the officer-involved shooting death of a young Fayetteville woman are now shedding light on new evidence in the case. → Read More

Harnett County voters at ease amid federal polling surveillance

LILLINGTON, N.C. (WNCN) — Federal poll watchers are keeping a close eye on polling precincts in multiple counties across the state including Mecklenburg, Wayne and Harnett. The United States Department of Justice sent attorneys to polling locations in those counties to check for voting rights violations. “Everything we do is pretty much open and public. […] → Read More

Gun violence: What Fayetteville City Councilmembers are doing to find solutions

For months, the City of Fayetteville has been discussing the purchase of a crime-fighting tool known as ShotSpotter. → Read More

Soldiers help Habitat for Humanity repair veterans’ homes in Fayetteville

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WNCN) — Fayetteville Area Habitat for Humanity is repairing two homes owned by military veterans this weekend. It’s part of the organization’s 2022 Veteran’s Day to “Serve, Honor, and Build” with a Veteran’s Build event. At no cost to the veterans, the work will be completed with the help of volunteers. All the […] → Read More

Retired preacher dies in Fayetteville house fire trying to rescue pets, fire chief confirms

Fire officials said they believe Miller was in the home searching for his dog, and cat, who was also found dead after the blaze was put out. → Read More

Rapid growth continues in Southern Pines and other parts of Moore County

There is a retail complex being built in Southern Pines with a Target, Home Goods, and other stores. → Read More