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Tornado Drill Today

It’s day three of Severe Weather Awareness Week in North Carolina.

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Easley asks for more power in the mental health systemGovernor Mike Easley asked state lawmakers yesterday to give his cabinet more power where mental healthcare is concerned.  Full Story
 
Hwy 105 update

Update: 5:00 p.m.

Two southbound lanes and one northbound lane will be open on NC Highway 105 through the remainder of the night as crews continue to clean up the collapsed retaining wall at High Country Inn.  

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Power Outages Reported

Some BREMCO electric company members in Valle Crucis are currently experiencing loss of power. Crews are working to restore power as soon as possible.

 

If you or someone you know experience a power outage contact your electricity provider immediatley.

 

 

 

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Hoaxer's tape releasedVictim turned suspect Matthew Haney's frantic phone call was released today. Full Story
 
105 partially closed: RockslideA rockslide in front of Geno's on Highway 105 caused officials to partially close the highway. Full Story
 
Gunman: a hoax, police sayA ski-masked gunman on the Appalachian State University campus yesterday was a hoax.
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It’s Raining!

In case you haven’t heard, it’s wet in parts of the High Country.

 


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Newland man charged in arson

A Newland man faces several charges today in connection with the burning of a vehicle and two unoccupied mobile homes on Highway 19-E between Frank and Minneapolis.

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Gunman causes stir without firing a shot

An alleged gunman that caused a campus-wide lockdown at Appalachian State University yesterday has yet to be apprehended.

 


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Exonerated: "It's about life and death issues."

exonerated.jpg It’s the story of innocent people, convicted of murder and sentenced to Death Row. 

 

The Exonerated, part of Appalachian State University’s series on Capital Punishment, premieres tonight in the I.G. Greer Studio Theatre of Appalachian State University.

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Lenoir Police seek second stabbing suspect

A Lenoir man was stabbed to death Sunday and Lenoir police officers are still looking for those responsible.

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Snyder trial continues

A Mountain City murder trial is entering its second week.

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Shag with the Club

Tonight’s the perfect night to shag. Jim Crowell says shagging’s not only a great dance- it’s a hobby.

 


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Smith visits Caldwell

Gubernatorial candidate Fred Smith spoke in Caldwell yesterday.

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National report finds North Carolina lacks transparency

A nationwide report released this week finds North Carolina lacks transparency in its budgeting process, making it difficult for the public to follow and participate in how the state spends its tax dollars. 

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Gunman: Still no sightings- Lock your doors

Boone Police tell us that, as of 10:30 p.m., there have still been no sightings of an alleged gunman thought to be on campus.

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ASU Lockdown Over

The emergency alert announced by Appalachian State University at 5:10 Monday, in response to reports of an armed man at large Monday afternoon, was lifted at 6:32 pm,

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ASU Campus On Lock-Down.

 

Emergency Crime Alert: Update ASU Campus On Lock-Down.

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