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Fallujah 'fully liberated' from IS

A senior Iraqi commander has declared the city of Fallujah "fully liberated" from Islamic State group militants after a more than monthlong military operation.

For the second time in two weeks, a shark bite is reported off the North Carolina coast.

The Red Cross is assisting a family who officials say lost their home in a large fire.

A Kinston man is facing several charges, including taking indecent liberties with a child.

Charlie's Forecast: Temps stay mild Sunday; Bogue tornado info

ECU holds camp to help children with hearing loss

Man gets stuck in vent during alleged restaurant burglary

Local family watches tornado touch down next to their home

Habitat for Humanity dedicates home to woman in Craven County

Man accused of showing gun during gas station argument

Death toll in West Virginia at 24

NCEL Drawing for 6-25-16

Since 1971: How much a home would have cost you

Woman shot while holding baby in Wake County

Delegate files suit to avoid voting for Trump

Two dead, several injured in Texas shooting

NC State adds forward Ted Kapita to recruiting class

EU's founding sextet want quick British exit

Car bomb near Benghazi hospital kills 4 in eastern Libya

New brewery on tap for Greenville in the fall

Bear goes for a swim in Pamlico River

LaGrange woman facing charges of trafficking cocaine

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