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AUTOPSY: Mother & teenage daughter stabbed to death

NEW INFO: Subway owner stabbing suspect in police custody

Pat McCrory concedes governor's race, congratulates Roy Cooper

Police: 2 shot during Christmas parade in Sanford

Jim's Forecast: Cool, with on and off showers on Tuesday

Light a Luminary Fundraiser benefitting Ronald McDonald House

'Lights of Love' taking place Tuesday evening

Oak City Christmas Parade Saturday

Carteret County Christmas Cheer gearing up to help hundreds of families

Were you a kid in 1964? We may have your letter to Santa

Washington High School students make big Toys for Tots donation

Mistrial declared in black motorist's shooting by Charleston officer

Man charged with human trafficking of runaway teen girl

NCEL Drawing for 12-5-16

FIRE CHIEF: 'Extensive damage' after Richard Green apartment fire, cause unknown

Names released in deadly weekend crash in Greenville

UPDATE: Three people shot overnight at Greenville apartment complex

Silver Alert cancelled for missing Chocowinity woman

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Derick Almena, the manager of the Oakland warehouse where at least 36 people died in a fire, defended his role as landlord in an anguished interview.

Oakland Fire Warehouse Manager: 'I'm Incredibly Sorry'

In an exclusive interview, an anguished Derick Almena defended his role as landlord for the building involved in the blaze that killed dozens.