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On March 28, 2016, Appalachian Hospitality Management, Inc., the corporation that owned the Best Western Hotel in Boone, North Carolina, plead guilty to three counts of involuntary manslaughter.

As of Saturday, the North Peak Fire in McDowell County had reached 570 acres according to the North Carolina Forest Service.

Appalachian State Mountaineer football coaches and student-athletes received their 2015 Raycom Media Camellia Bowl championship rings Thursday during a team meeting at the Appalachian Athletics Center.

Planning & Inspections Director Bill Bailey says he erred in his February 2015 determination that the Mountain View Speedway was a legal use in Boone’s ETJ.

A fire was reported Wednesday morning in McDowell County. The North Peak Fire started on North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission Game Lands.

A federal lawsuit challenging a new North Carolina law that halts Charlotte's anti-discrimination rules and directs where transgender students must use the bathroom says the measure specifically singles out LGBT people for "disfavored treatment."

On Monday March 21, Officers of the Carter County Sheriff’s Office received information of an ongoing gambling operation at Orval’s Billiards in the Valley Forge Community.

Raleigh, N.C. — The deadline for filing state individual income tax returns with the North Carolina Department of Revenue is Monday, April 18.

Police in North Carolina are cracking down on speeders with a simple message: Obey the posted speed limit or pay a fine, even if you're only going a bit over.

The Jefferson Post reports that coyote populations may be on the rise in Ashe County.

Sugar Mountain Police are looking for an unusual car break-in suspect: a bear.