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Four Teens Shot in Greenville

Updated: 05/24/2010 - According to the Greenville Police Department four teens were shot and wounded around 10:15 pm Saturday night in the 100 block of Concord Drive.

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Older Drivers Learn Car Safety

Updated: 05/22/2010 - Many older drivers made a pitt stop Saturday off the road, to check into Carfit in Greenville.

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Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire

Updated: 05/23/2010 - Fire officials are investigating a blaze that destroyed a mobile home Saturday afternoon.

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Health Care Money Coming To Aid In Education

Posted: 05/21/2010 - Governor Bev Perdue is scheduled to meet with administrators at Pitt Community College Friday morning to talk about the Health Information Technology Consortium.

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Greenville Man Says H1N1 Vaccine Paralyzed Him

Updated: 05/20/2010 - James Coda Jr. Is taking some of his first steps outside since being in critical condition in the hospital for three months after doctors diagnosed him with Guillen-Barre.

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Missing Greenville Man Found Dead

Updated: 05/20/2010 - Greenville police say 49-year-old Scott Welton was last seen on Sunday in his Baywood Chem Dry van.

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Oh Baby! ECU Ranks #1 For In Vitro Fertilization

Updated: 05/20/2010 - The Fertility Clinic at East Carolina university has been ranked fourth-best in the nation for helping women become pregnant through in vitro fertilization.

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Promising Medical Research At ECU

Posted: 05/19/2010 - A new machine ECU physics professors have been working on for almost ten years could help save your life.

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Wednesday's Pet Of The Week

Updated: 05/19/2010 - Illegally abandoned at the Humane Society of Eastern Carolina, little 8 week old, Lily is ready for a real home.

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ECU Tests For Shooter On Campus Scenario

Updated: 05/18/2010 - East Carolina University held a shooting drill Tuesday to help university staff and law enforcement officers learn how to better respond to a real-life campus shooting.

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Walk for Multiple Sclerosis

Updated: 05/20/2010 - Hundreds participated in a walk in Greenville Satuday to help fundraise to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.

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