North Carolina county may be days without power after “targeted” attack
An alleged attack on multiple electrical substations left 60 percent of North Carolina's Moore County without power over the weekend in what local and state authorities are investigating as a "criminal occurrence."
What's happening: About 45,000 homes and businesses in Moore County, about 70 miles southwest of Raleigh, were plunged into darkness on Saturday night, the Moore County Sheriff's Office wrote in a Facebook post.
Around 35,000 homes remained without power Monday morning, according to PowerOutage.us, a website that aggregates data from utilities.
At a press conference Sunday evening, Moore County Sheriff Ronnie Fields said...