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Police Search for Robbery Suspect

Updated: 09/25/2005 - The New Bern Police Department, Newport Police Department, and Atlantic Beach police are all searching for 42 year old Harry Junior Richardson, on a number of possible charges.

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Marines Come Home

Updated: 09/25/2005 - About 2200 Camp Lejeune based marines returned home Sunday, more than a month after two ships from their unit were targeted in a rocket attack in Jordan.

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Flag Retirement Ceremony With Honor

Updated: 09/25/2005 - Putting "Old Glory" to rest was the idea behind a very heartfelt ceremony that took place honoring the stars and stripes many Americans have fought and died to defend.

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Standoff in Halifax County

Updated: 09/24/2005 - Some major news out of Halifax County. Officials there have just ended a standoff between a young man and his parents.

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Backpacks Packing Too Much

Updated: 09/24/2005 - It seems our kids are getting bigger, not at the waist line, but at the shoulder straps.

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Sheraton Pier Re-Opens

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Folks in Carteret County continue to recover from last week's onslaught from Hurricane Ophelia on Eastern Carolina.

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Sex Charges Against Minister

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Lawmen say a minister in Wilson County faces dozens of counts of sex crimes.

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Officials Testify Against Parole

Updated: 09/23/2005 - Officials in Onslow County say Marcus Shrader terrorized the Jacksonville community and are trying to convince the parole commission he needs to stay locked up.

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Truck and Train Collide

Updated: 09/23/2005 - A truck that stalled out on a railroad crossing ends up getting hit by a train.

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Bath Maritime Heritage Days

Updated: 09/24/2005 - If you're interested in North Carolina's maritime heritage then you'll want to head to Bath this weekend.

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Country Stampede Underway

Updated: 09/23/2005 - The 9-th annual Pepsi Carolina Country Stampede got underway Friday night in Williamston, Martin County.

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No Parking on the Grass or Dirt

Updated: 09/22/2005 - Parking on the grass or dirt in Greenville will result in a fine, unless it is a designated parking area.

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