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Man charged overnight for murder in Onslow County


Toone expected in court for murders of three children


McCrory holding news conference to talk up endorsement


Texas Rangers agreement to be celebrated at Grainger Stadium Thursday


"Cops and Barbers" at Kampus Kutz Thursday in Greenville


Jim's Forecast: Staying sunny with rising temps


Still tracking a strong tropical wave; Gaston now a hurricane


Lane closure in New Bern expected to cause delays


Bacon-wrapped shrimp wIns Umbrella Market "Food on a Stick Throwdown"


Greenville elementary school staff deliver school supplies to local neighborhoods


Legendary Winterville Watermelon Festival begins Thursday


2016 MumFest announces kickoff concert acts


Death toll from earthquake in Italy climbs to 247


Greenville church hosting Free Community Family Fun Day


Innocent man who spent 24 years behind bars gets $3.25 million in settlement


Beaufort's town manager announces retirement


NC DOT announces upcoming transportation projects for Eastern Carolina


Greenville firefighters battle blaze at unoccupied apartment


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The Mayor of the Italian town Amatrice, said her village "isn't here anymore" after a 6.2-magnitude quake that rocked central Italy.

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