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The State Highway Patrol swore in 21 new troopers at a ceremony held for the 156th Basic Highway Patrol School.  The ceremony ended 25 weeks of demanding courses aimed at preparing these new troopers for a meaningful career of service to the state of North Carolina.  

The American Correctional Association has awarded accreditation to the Lincoln Correctional Center, a high achievement and another step toward full accreditation of the North Carolina prison system.

The American Correctional Association has awarded accreditation to the Wilkes Correctional Center, a high achievement and another step toward full accreditation of the North Carolina prison system.

Following an ALE investigation, a Greensboro nightclub’s ABC permits have been summarily suspended after a patron was shot and killed.  

The N.C. Office of Recovery Resiliency (NCORR) Regional Resilience Portfolio Program, in partnership with four councils of governments, is requesting public feedback on draft regional Climate Change and Natural Hazards Vulnerability Assessments, which will guide plans for building community resilience.

Two adults have been charged following an ALE investigation into a vehicle crash involving a teen driver.  

The N.C. Office of Recovery and Resiliency (NCORR) is inviting public feedback on a draft action plan for spending $7.9 million in HUD Community Development Block Grant-Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) funding for Tropical Storm Fred recovery.

Following an ALE investigation, a store clerk has been criminally charged after an alcohol-related collision left three teens hospitalized.

This week, state and local emergency officials joined representatives from Duke Energy in an exercise to test emergency response plans for the Brunswick Nuclear Plant in Southport.

In recognition of the important public service provided by the state’s probation/parole officers, Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed July 17-23, 2022, as Probation, Parole and Community Supervision Officers’ Week in North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper today signed a State Disaster Declaration for the Town of Wentworth in Rockingham County, which was struck by a tornado on May 6.

The N.C. Office of Recovery Resiliency (NCORR) Regional Resilience Portfolio Program, in partnership with the Triangle J and Mid-Carolina councils of governments, is requesting public feedback on draft regional Climate Change and Natural Hazards Vulnerability Assessments, which will guide plans for building community resilience.

Last week, ALE concluded a long-term illegal drug and alcohol investigation with searches, arrests, and seizures after years of violence and complaints had plagued a Fayetteville neighborhood.

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