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Woman with local ties murdered, baby saved

RALEIGH -- A Raleigh man is slated to appear in court next month on charges that he killed a woman with Youngsville ties.
Authorities responded April 18 to an area behind Triangle Town Center mall to find Kimberly Richardson, 25, suffering from a gunshot wound.
Richardson, who was raised in Youngsville, but lived in Raleigh, died the following day.


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Shooting suspect is sought

FRANKLINTON -- Franklin County sheriff's deputies are looking for a suspect in a shooting this week.
Michael J. Crudup, 20, of Wendell, reported the evening of April 15 that he had been shot.
He was taken to WakeMed where he was being treated at week's end for a non life-threatening gunshot wound to the upper body.


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Transformative F'ton development project approved

FRANKLINTON -- Town commissioners approved plans for a building project that developers say could transform downtown.
And it won't cost the town any money.
Back in January, town commissioners agreed to support S.L. Nusbaum Realty's plans to turn the old Sterling Cotton Mill Building, into a mixture of business, affordable housing and small business development.


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