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With a population of over 200,000 people, Fayetteville ranks as the sixth-largest city in North Carolina, just behind Durham, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, Raleigh and Charlotte. Fort Bragg, an army base located in Fayetteville, became a huge training post for over 200,000 soldiers before they were sent to Vietnam in the late '60s and early '70s. Some notable residents of the Fayetteville area include professional PGA golfer Raymond Floyd, Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, and Oscar nominated actress Julianne Moore.

Population: 200564
Local Newspapers: Fayetteville Observer
Local Sports Teams: Fayetteville Swampdogs Fayetteville FireAntz
Local Colleges: Fayetteville State University Methodist University

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Bladen County leaders meet to discuss how to address opioid epidemic -

In Bladen County, leaders of various organizations have been combating the growing opioid epidemic with the resources within their agencies, but virtually working in isolation. All that changed Tuesday, when department heads convened to, for the first time, draw on one another's wisdom and experience, in the hopes of eradicating the problem.

Suspect arrested after man shot, killed outside Robeson County restaurant

LUMBER BRIDGE, NC A man was shot and killed early Tuesday morning outside a restaurant in Lumber Bridge, N.C. According to a Major Anthony Thompson with the Robeson County Sheriff's Office, deputies found Gregory Harris Jr., 22, of Raeford, N.C., lying on the ground, dead, near a gas pump in the Caf 71 parking lot around 1 a.m. Following an investigation into the death, Steven Lewis Lugo-Perez, of Fayetteville, N.C., was charged with second-degree murder and placed in the Robeson County Detention under a $100,000 secured bond, Thompson said.

Police: Man exposed himself to women on Cape Fear River Trail

Authorities said the two women were walking near the 0.4 mile marker of the trail when they saw a man exposing himself in the wood line adjacent to the trail. The women ran to the Jordan Soccer Complex and called 911, but police said officers were unable to locate the man after a search of the area.

Cooper says he's acting on chemical in North Carolina river

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday he's directing state criminal investigators to see if a chemical plant violated any permits by discharging a little-studied chemical into a river that hundreds of thousands of people use for drinking water. Cooper discussed his order to the State Bureau of Investigation while meeting with local officials in Wilmington, where there's been an outcry since traces of the unregulated chemical GenX in water supplies was revealed this spring.

N. Carolina storms bring lightning strikes, relief from heat RALEIGH, ...

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Man shot in head at dance club in Fayetteville

On Sunday around 2 a.m., deputies with the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office responded to Club Xotic located at 4350 Cumberland Road. At the scene, they found one car damaged by stray bullets and several shell casings on the ground.

Police search new area for woman missing since shooting

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Dog belonging to man killed in wreck found in North Carolina

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Patterson seeks St. Pauls seat - 8:24 am updated:

With Friday's noon deadline to file for November's municipal elections looming, a steady stream of candidates kept elections officials busy on Wednesday. "I have been a resident of St. Pauls for 19 years," Patterson said in a statement.

Family of kidnapped Fayetteville woman plead for answers

Investigators said Proffitt shot his ex-wife, Heather Carter, at a Zip-N-Mart on Hope Mills Road, and took her from the gas station. She has not been heard from since.

Old Chicago to serve its last pizza on Franklin Street this weekend

After more than three years of operating on West Franklin Street, Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom will serve its last pizza in Chapel Hill this weekend, Meg McGurk, executive director of the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership, confirmed in an email. CraftWorks Restaurants and Breweries Inc., the company that owns the Old Chicago pizza chain, did not immediately return a request for comment.

Grand opening ceremony to celebrate eClerx's new delivery center in Fayetteville, N.C.

"We're happy to introduce our new facility to the community and thank all of those who helped bring this project to fruition," said is proud to be the home of eClerx's first delivery center in the country, and we want to thank the company for creating jobs, hiring local vendors and establishing a training partnership with boasts several appealing factors which eClerx believes will be critical to its success, including a bustling local community with access to an educated, diverse workforce including military families and local colleges.

Fayetteville 11-year-old surprised with lawn mower gets second surprise

The 11-year-old WWAY first introduced you to who inspired hundreds through his tenacious goal to start a lawn mowing business is getting another surprise. In May, ABC11 told you that Q'yaron Gadson was surprised with a new lawn mower and weed whacker by a local lawn care company after asking them for a job time and time again.

Man charged with attempted murder in Fayetteville shooting

Authorities said Ashley Davila, 29, and Heather Carter, 28, were at the Zip-N-Mart at 2413 Hope Mills Road on July 12 when an unknown person began firing shots just before 4 a.m. Davila was shot in the hand during the incident, but was able to drive away from the scene, police said. Jimmy Lee Proffitt II, of the 3200 block of Tully Lane in Hope Mills, was charged with attempted first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and inflicting serious injury, discharging a weapon into an occupied vehicle and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in connection with the incident.

LIVE: New Hanover Co. leaders to discuss latest GenX information

Leaders in New Hanover County will provide comments Monday afternoon on information released by the state last week in reference to GenX, an unregulated compound that was discovered in the Cape Fear River. We're expecting to carry the press conference live online at the top of this story or on mobile here: http://bit.ly/2qkM5FM DHHS released an updated health goal Friday , which is described as a non-regulatory, non-enforceable level of contamination below which no adverse health effects would be expected over a lifetime of exposure, to 140 ppt -- more than 4.5 times the 2013-14 average concentration of 631 ppt, and more than 500 times the initial health protective level of 70,909 ppt issued last month.

North Carolina man facing DWI charge after fatal collision

A North Carolina man was killed when the moped he was riding collided head-on with a pickup truck, whose driver was charged with driving while impaired and with a revoked license. The Fayetteville Observer reports the N.C. Highway Patrol says 47-year-old Jeffrey David Towery was charged following the accident early Thursday.

North Carolina man facing DWI charge after fatal collision

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