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UPDATE: Warrants issued for man in chase that killed trooper

Pinetops family and their 85 exotic children featured on TLC

Democrats, gun-control advocates back new protection orders

Matt's Forecast: Rain chances still up on Wednesday; Keeping an eye on the tropics

Pedestrian and bike traffic made easier in New Bern

Troopers searching for SUV that hit trash employee

Student group advocates for action on gun violence in Pitt County​

Morehead City soup kitchen serving up Chick-fil-A to the needy

Habitat for Humanity construction trailer stolen from Onslow County home site

SBI: No obvious signs of arson in Habitat ReStore blaze

Girlfriend of man killed in 2013 murder charged in case

Man accused of trafficking heroin in two counties

VIDANT: Elective surgeries resume after discoloration seen on surgical instruments

Black gay civil rights group calling for ouster of Warsaw mayor & police officer

Pay to park in Beaufort starting in June

Detective: Man confessed to making deadly Kansas hoax call

Federal board recommends seatbelts on all new school buses

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Man injured by 'lava bomb' in Hawaii says he could have been killed

Darryl Clinton was protecting a neighbor's home from fires cause by eruptions when he was struck by a "lava bomb" that shattered his leg.

Don't fall for sunscreen pills, FDA warns

No pill can protect you from the sun.

Facebook CEO faces tough questions from European lawmakers

A relatively staid hearing became interesting toward the end when some of the lawmakers said Zuckerberg did not answer their questions.

Congress OKs letting terminal patients try unapproved drugs

Supporters of the measure argued that people had a right to try experimental procedures, while critics said giving people access to untested drugs was dangerous.

Professors demand USC president resign in sex abuse scandal

Multiple lawsuits allege inappropriate touching and remarks by a doctor who was paid to leave campus last year.