• Deputy recovers after being shot in standoff


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A North Carolina deputy is at Carolinas Medical Center Tuesday night after he was shot during a standoff.
    Officials said 49-year-old Kevin Marks shot the Rutherford County deputy Monday night.
    Dispatchers were told that Marks had a shotgun and was threatening someone inside a Forest City home.
    The sheriff said Marks opened fire when deputies tried to go into the home.

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