Bill Mudd Jr., who had been sought since Sunday morning on a charge that he gunned down Michael Keller in a grocery store parking lot in Lenoir, turned himself in to Lenoir police Monday morning.
A 50-year-old man was shot several times by a man he knew about 7 a.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the Food Lion on Wilkesboro Boulevard.
Friday’s testimony ended with an outburst as Arbour accused Judge Paul Ridgeway of Wake Superior Court of being biased against Jonathan Broyhill, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jamie Kirk Hahn. Arbour asked for Ridgeway to either declare a mistrial or recuse himself from the case.
The night before he attacked his former boss and her husband, Jonathan Broyhill did repeated searches on Google for countries he could get to without a passport, prosecutors say.
Four students from Collettsville School carefully tried to push a computer part into the motherboard. Kayla Mathes, 14, held up a tiny piece of paper with directions, and the eyes of Boyd Hindman, 13, darted between what his hands were doing as he wiggled the part into place and the paper.
Tatiyanna Patterson, 10, snapped photos with her digital camera. Zerden Keller, 10, and Sarah Summers, 10, debated different positions on topics like candy in schools and Duke vs. UNC-Chapel Hill. Nick Smith, 11, wrote about the upcoming fifth-grade play. These students and a handful more at Davenport A+ School are part of the new school newspaper that began in early February.
On Wednesday, the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center stage was alive with the sounds of Louisiana thanks to Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience.
As part of the Artists-in-Schools program sponsored by the Caldwell Arts Council, Simien returned to Lenoir for a second time in his production “Creole for Kidz” to entertain the auditorium full of elementary, middle and high school students.
Lenoir police are looking for a man who they say robbed a Holiday To Go convenience store on Morganton Boulevard around 1:45 a.m. Saturday, according to a press release issued by the Lenoir Police Department.
Nation Hahn didn't learn of the elaborate web of lies that his longtime best friend, Jonathan Broyhill, had spun until after police began investigating why Broyhill killed Hahn's wife and then attacked Hahn, he told jurors Wedensday in Wake Superior Court.
Charles Johnson, Concord
Harry May, Granite Falls
Dustin Arney, Morganton
Bonnie Coffey, Gastonia
Larry Hill, Memphis, Tenn.
Peggy Hayes, Lenoir
Verita Smith, Granite Falls
Carl Peterson, Valdese
Marjorie Erwin, Marietta, Ga.
Mary Robbins, Lenoir
Theresa Moore, Lenoir
When Nation Hahn came home around 5 p.m. on April 22, 2013, his wife, Jamie, was on the computer in her home office off the kitchen, and his best friend, Jonathan Broyhill, was in the kitchen. The two men hugged each other briefly, and Hahn asked whether Broyhill was going to spend the night.
"I think so," Broyhill said.
Nation then headed upstairs to change into a pair of basketball shorts for an evening run. Within minutes, he heard his wife screaming, "Nation! Jon! Nation! Jon!"
Imagine an astronaut walking into your elementary school classroom. Audrey Mood of Valmead Elementary School did, and now one will. Her idea was among eight to win Community Education Grants from the Education Foundation Inc. of Caldwell County. A total of $12,220.83 was awarded Tuesday.
The company seeking new retail businesses to open along the U.S. 321 corridor has identified prospects and made initial contacts, the Caldwell County Economic Development Commission’s executive director said.
The developers of The Coves at Round Mountain ran into a buzzsaw when they asked county officials to let them increase the proposed housing density in part of the development without bringing the roads there up to the usual county standards.
Caldwell County native and self-described rock-and-roll illusionist Sammy Cortino will make his national debut Thursday night on the Syfy reality show "Wizard Wars."
While in the hospital being treated for his self-inflicted knife wounds, Jonathan Broyhill told Raleigh police detectives he remembered walking up behind Jamie Kirk Hahn as she sat on a stool in her kitchen, raising an 8-inch chef's knife above his head.
Every weekday in the mornings and afternoons, traffic is stop and go in a massive gridlock outside Gamewell Elementary School and Gamewell Middle School.
On Monday, Dr. Jeff Church, associate superintendent for auxiliary services, presented the Gamewell Town Council with a potential flow of traffic pattern that may ease the traffic and safety concerns for students being picked up and dropped off at the two schools.
Hudson Elementary School student Noah Reeves, 10, clicked on different menus on the computer screen in front of him and, like magic, the blank white background behind his characters, a prince and a knight, turned into beautiful red and blue castle doors. With a few more clicks, Noah made his characters talk to each other through speech bubbles above their heads.
The Caldwell County Board of Education is standing up for their students who will need driver’s education classes in the future.
At Monday’s meeting, board members signed a resolution to send to the General Assembly, asking them to reinstate the funding for driver’s ed.
Based on the reduced number of flu cases across the state and region, Caldwell Memorial Hospital has lifted visitor restrictions for those under 18 years of age.
The soldiers stamped the ground and blew air into their hands to stave off the cold Saturday morning at Fort Defiance. Wearing hand-sewn wool and denim coats bearing the colors of the Confederate Army, the new recruits were later joined by a dozen more soldiers, including a few baby-faced recruits, and wondered what the weekend will hold.
A Lenoir man accused of holding four employees at gunpoint at a Morganton restaurant was convicted Wednesday in Burke Superior Court of first-degree kidnapping and was sentenced to 11 to 14 years in prison.
Dr. Edwin Beam had a short description of what the newly established Caldwell Technical Institute was when he first presided over it in 1964: "No buildings, no instructors, and absolutely no money."
The amount of blood found inside and outside the home of Nation and Jamie Hahn on April 22, 2013, shocked veteran Raleigh Police Officer Roy Smith, even after all the murder scenes he had been to during his career, he testified Friday in Wake Superior Court.
Lee Carol Giduz, who has been executive director of the Caldwell Arts Council for 21 years, is leaving to become the executive director of the Blowing Rock Art & History Museum.