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Woman charged with murder, arson following Nash County fire


UPDATE: Fire at abandoned junk yard in Onslow County contained


Firefighters rescue dog from burning Havelock home


OFFICIAL: Fairfield Harbour home explosion happened when homeowner lit dryer pilot light


Fire kills 8, including 6 children, in Chicago


Propane tank fire at Duplin County grain company now out; evacuations lifted


Fire destroys Craven County home


Lightning sparks Newport house fire


Five people pulled from the water as boat catches fire


Death toll rises to 5 children in Greensboro apartment fire


SBI: No foul play suspected in Duplin County church fire


Woman dies in Christmas Eve fire


Electrical fire damages Greenville home


Officials investigating suspicious shop fire


Several crews battle overnight mobile home fire


Multiple fire departments battle early morning house fire


UPDATE: Lightning likely cause of Duplin County church fire


Homeowner: neighbor saved my life and home


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Phoenix police chief speaks out amid growing outrage over confrontation with family

“I am with everyone in the community who’s angry,” Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said, amid growing outrage over a video of officers confronting a family that officers said they believed had shoplifted. The family now plans to sue the department for $10 million. The Mayor of Phoenix also spoke out, saying she refuses to let the incident go unchallenged.