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Missing Charlotte teen found safe in Georgia

NC NAACP leader to stay on instead of retiring early

Downed trees/power lines, flooded roadways reported in Craven County

Former ECU football player shot and killed in Raleigh

Charlie's Forecast: Spotty morning showers slowly dry out Sunday

Authorities: Mom left 2 kids in hot car as punishment

Air bag maker Takata bankruptcy expected Monday in US, Japan

65 percent of Americans would rather have this than a lot of money

Koch network withholding support of Senate health-care bill, pushing for changes

UPDATE: Four people shot at Pitt County night club

Winning lottery ticket sold in Williamston

Dozens march for change in Kinston

800 apartments evacuated over fire safety concerns in London

Death toll rises to 85 after bombings in Pakistan

Escaped inmate turns himself in

Road work closes Jacksonville intersection

Senate Health Plan Falls Short of Promise for Cheaper Care, Experts Say

Atlantic Beach & Emerald Isle flying yellow flags, Pine Knoll Shores flying red flags

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They Fled North Korea for a London Suburb, but Are Paying a Heavy Price

The London suburb of New Malden has become an improbable home to hundreds of North Korean defectors — earning it the nickname "Little Pyongyang."

Airline Captain Tells Passengers to Pray During Shaky Flight

It's never a good sign when your pilot gets religious

'It's OK to Let Go!': Man Catches Teen Falling From Park Ride

The 14-year-old girl from Delaware was dangling about 25 feet off the ground from a gondola ride. Her little brother sat next to her, crying hysterically for help, saying he couldn't hold on.

Heat Wave Still Threatens 23 Million in Western U.S.

Relief might be around the corner for the millions of people still under an excessive heat advisory as meteorologists say temperatures could drop next week.

Dirty Business of Getting Clean: Florida's Drug Treatment Scandal

As three mothers learned too late, South Florida's billion-dollar drug treatment industry is a minefield of fatal overdoses, fraud and unscrupulous operators.