Displaying items by tag: shooting

Wednesday, 27 October 2021 18:31

OPINION: Who's to blame for the 'Rust' shooting?

On Oct. 21, actor Alec Baldwin shot and killed one person (cinematographer Halyna Hutchins) and wounded another (director Joel Souza) on the set of "Rust," a western film he was making in New Mexico.

Published in Opinion

STATESVILLE — Carolina Farm Credit, Cape Fear Farm Credit, and AgCarolina Farm Credit are proud to be hosting the fifth annual Pull for Youth Sporting Clays events benefitting NC 4-H and FFA.

Published in Lifestyle

ROCKINGHAM — Security was stepped up at Richmond Senior High School Tuesday following reports of a possible threat of a shooting.

Published in Local News

The shooting death of a student at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem this week brought local and state leaders together Thursday in mourning and to recognize the heroism of local police and faculty. Gov. Roy Cooper traveled to Winston Salem for the news conference and took the opportunity to call for more school spending on “wraparound services” and more gun control measures.

Published in Local News
Friday, 29 January 2021 11:42

COLUMN: A case of supply and demand

The year 2020 brought a much higher anxiety level than most people ever expected. Sure, there was the presidential election drama, social unrest in our country, and of course, the pandemic that all of us just wish would be over.

Published in Opinion

ROCKINGHAM — A man is accused of trying to kill another man following a weekend shooting.

Published in Local News
Monday, 15 April 2019 13:51

Deputies investigate shooting south of Hamlet

HAMLET — The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office is searching for three suspects connected to an early morning shooting on Sunday.

Published in Local News
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CHERAW, S.C. — Although her name hasn’t been officially released, the RO has learned the name of the child who was one of three people shot and killed early Tuesday afternoon.

Published in Local News

Body-worn cameras were supposed to serve as a silent witness in confrontations between police and civilians and usher in a new era of public confidence in law enforcement through transparency. 

Published in Opinion

HAMLET — A week after learning she had an outstanding warrant, a woman has turned herself in.

Nancy Ingram, of Hamlet, turned herself in at the Richmond County Magistrate’s office around 11 a.m. Saturday and was served by the Rockingham Police Department, according to Detective Capt. Randy Dover.

Ingram is charged with a single felony count of harboring a fugitive. Investigators believe she was helping 22-year-old Edward McNair Sloan — accused of shooting a man outside the Richmond County Soup Kitchen on Oct. 24 — hide prior to his arrest the following day. 

Published in Local News
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