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NC sheriffs eying reforms to deal with ‘wandering officers’

Catherine Netter, a former background investigator for the Guilford County Sheriff's Office, spoke at a rally for law enforcement reform in Graham on Sunday....

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NC sheriffs eying reforms to deal with ‘wandering officers’

Catherine Netter, a former background investigator for the Guilford County Sheriff's Office, spoke at a rally for law enforcement reform in Graham on Sunday....

Marchers return to Graham as police refuse to provide escort

More than 200 people marched through Graham on Sunday afternoon to demand criminal justice reform as police repression intensifies.

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UNCG is investigating concerns about sexual misconduct by Preston Lane, who formerly taught in the university’s theater department.

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EDITORIAL: 2022 NC Senate race already overrun with losers

Savvy Republicans have already cut their loss at the top of the ticket and are now eyeing Richard Burr’s US Senate seat.

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Rev. Greg Drumwright returned to Graham on Sunday with a crowd.

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