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WEEK 2: High School match-ups in ENC

Updated: 5:29 PM - Check out the match-ups for week two of the 2015 high school football season in Eastern Carolina. We will bring you highlights from across Eastern Carolina on the award-winning WITN EndZone, starting at 11:15 p.m. Friday!

TV shooting survivor doing better

Updated: 2:27 PM - The woman who survived an on-air shooting is doing better at a hospital a day after a disgruntled former reporter wounded her and killed a TV cameraman and a reporter.

POLICE: Suspected killer of TV reporter and videographer dies at hospital

Updated: 6:34 AM - ABC News says that someone using the name of the suspected gunman in the on-air shooting of two TV journalists sent the network a lengthy fax invoking several mass shootings. Alison Parker, who once worked at WCTI, and videographer Adam Ward were shot and killed during live shots for their station WDBJ this morning in Virginia. The suspected killer, who once worked at WNCT, later shot himself during a chase, according to police.
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"Road Home" program put in place to help New Orleans residents displaced by Hurricane Katrina falls short for many. WDSU's Camille Whitworth reports.

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