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Assistant DA's Attacked and Robbed

Hello again everyone, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.

At 11:00PM tonight—who attacked two assistant District Attorney's with a 2X4 board, and why?  The ADA's were walking through Elmwood Cemetery after a concert at the NC Music Factory when someone hit them from behind and robbed them.  We're following the police investigation.

A fiery, terrible crash involving 5 vehicles shut down Highway 74 in Cleveland County for hours.  The road reopened tonight, but neighbors say this is a trouble spot and the state should do something about it.

And, when is the last time you saw an octopus in a tin can?  You will tonight.

Trending on WBTV.com: A man says a four-hour ride on his motorcycle turned into a year and a half of 'persistent erections' and life has been difficult. His problem recently changed from a non-stop erection to impotency and now he's taking his fight to court. He filed a lawsuit against BMW saying the injury has ruined his sex life.  Click here to read the full story.

Join Molly Grantham and me for Charlotte's first choice for news at 11:00PM tonight!

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