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Three more people have died as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak linked to a Charlotte, North Carolina church, according to a report by health officials on Thursday. The Charlotte Observer reports a total of 12 people have died from the outbreak tied to a 1,000-person gathering in October at the United House of Prayer for All People.

According to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, the state hit a record high of 1,966 coronavirus hospitalizations with a tally of 364,312 cases throughout the state. To date, NCDHHS reports 5,295,290 coronavirus tests completed.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper issued a new round of coronavirus restrictions this week, asking residents to wear a face-covering at home or in their cars if they’re around guests.

It’s rare for a cold case to have a new development, but justice may finally be coming for a North Carolina woman after 28 years. A suspect in her 1992 rape was found and arrested, Fayetteville police said on Monday. Roy Junior Proctor, 46, is one of three men responsible and two other suspects are […]

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