Top Raleigh news: Convicted murderer kidnaps 7; scammer rents out home he doesn't own; more

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Raleigh Housing Authority confirms they threw out belongings of deceased mother in letter sent to family

The Raleigh Housing Authority confirmed they cleaned out the apartment of a woman who died and threw away her possessions last month.

Read the full story on ABC11 WTVD.

Man, dog die after being hit by car while crossing road in Raleigh, police say

A man and his dog were killed after they were hit by a car while crossing Wake Forest Road Tuesday night, Raleigh police said.

Read the full story on WNCN.

Warrants: Convicted murderer robs 3 Wake County restaurants, kidnaps 7

A Raleigh man convicted of murder is jailed after warrants state he robbed three fast-food restaurants and kidnapped a total of seven people in the robberies. 

Read the full story on WNCN.

Raleigh family out $1,700 after scammer 'rents' them home on Zillow that he didn't own

A Raleigh family is now out nearly $2,000 after moving into their new rental home, a rental that was never theirs to move into.

Read the full story on ABC11 WTVD.

Wake County commissioners ponder future of Holly Springs gun range

Wake County commissioners met Monday afternoon in downtown Raleigh to discuss the future of the Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center in Holly Springs.

Read the full story on DeJuan Hoggard.

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