Friday 27 Mar 2015


Lufthansa Chief Stunned At Claim Co-Pilot Intentionally Crashed Plane

The chief executive of Lufthansa says he is “stunned” by a French prosecutor’s conclusion that the co-pilot of a Germanwings plane intentionally caused Tuesday’s crash which killed 150 people. Germanwings […]

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I Am “Those People”

Written By Guest Writer Kriquette Davis... I tell my story for a variety of reasons. The most important reason is that if at least one child is spared from


Tornadoes Hit Oklahoma, Arkansas; 1 Dead, Several Injured

A National Weather Service meteorologist says it was likely a tornado that struck a mobile home park in a Tulsa suburb, leaving one person dead. Meteorologist Joe Sellers said


Bergdahl Charges Revive Questions Over Prisoner Swap

The tough military charges against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have revived the questions and controversy surrounding President Barack Obama's decision to swap five Taliban detainees to secure his

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Traitor…Not Deserter by Guest Writer Carol Bowden

Nearly two years ago, while working as the News Director in our military town, I was approached by two of our heroes, veterans of the Armed Forces, who

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NC State Fraternity Disbanded Over Offensive Notebook

A fraternity at North Carolina State University is disbanded after the discovery of a racially offensive pledge book. University Chancellor Randy Woodson announced Wednesday that the Tau Chapter of

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PHOTO GALLERY…UMO Lady Trojans Lacrosse Defeats Belmont Abbey

The women’s lacrosse team at The University of Mount Olive earned an 8-6 victory over Belmont Abbey Wednesday. Enjoy these game photographs taken by Goldsboro Daily News photographer


NAACP Hopes Reward Will Yield Information In NC Teen’s Handing

The state chapter of the NAACP hopes offering a reward for tips will help yield information on the hanging death of a Bladen County teenager. Local media outlets report


Pentagon Blocking Special Ops Intel Requests

Records obtained by The Associated Press show that military bureaucrats have been trying to force a flawed, government-built intelligence system on special operations units deploying to war zones.


Princeton Man Injured In Early Morning Wayne Crash

A Princeton man is recovering after being injured in an early morning collision with a tractor-trailer in Wayne County Wednesday. Sixty-eight-year old Richard Clark was travelling east on