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Sex Assault Awareness Week

Updated: 09/20/2005 - They're spreading the word of safety during sexual assault awareness week at ECU.

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October Declared "Walktober"

Updated: 09/20/2005 - A national walking program aims to put people on the road to health in October.

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Buyout Money Starting In

Updated: 09/18/2005 - North Carolina tobacco farmers are facing a new kind of problem, trying to decide how to spend the money that's started coming to them through the federal government's quota buyout.

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High Price for Ophelia

Updated: 09/18/2005 - The damage estimates are getting even higher when it comes to a price tag for Hurricane Ophelia.

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The Barcode Fire Caused By Lightning

Updated: 09/18/2005 - Even with the Hurricane Ophelia gone, we still had major storms Saturday night, and the severe storms and lightning we had in Eastern Carolina did leave its mark, on one well known bar in Greenville.

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Hit and Run Victim Recovering

Posted: 09/17/2005 - Beaufort County lawmen are investigating a hit and run that left a motorist critically injured.

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Going Back Riverside

Updated: 09/17/2005 - Seeking higher ground from Hurricane Ophelia's slow rising surge and flood waters, hundreds of residents in the east with campers and boats are finally returning to dry ground.

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Rumble on the Roanoke Speeds Off

Updated: 09/17/2005 - Its loud, its sweet, its fun, and its free. Its the Rumble on the Roanoke, and its happening this weekend.

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Beaches Short on Sand After Ophelia

Updated: 09/17/2005 - Officials say our state's coasts were already short on sand, but now after Hurricane Ophelia, some homes, businesses, and more are in true danger.

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Quite A View From Above

Updated: 09/16/2005 - WITN hit the skies Friday for a tour of the hurricane damage along the coast.

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OBX Dodges Bullet

Updated: 09/16/2005 - People are breathing a sigh of relief on the OBX.

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Power Outages Dwindling

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Several thousand residents remain without power following Hurricane Ophelia.

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