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Marine charged with killing teen at school bus stop

Silver Alert issued for Halifax woman

Police searching who's responsible for recent car break-ins

Kinston looking at ideas to prevent future flooding

Jim's Forecast: Early fog to sunny skies on Wednesday

Another effort at 'bathroom bill' fix fizzles

Human Library event at ECU aims to connect people

State Attorney General takes part in roundtable discussion on fighting opiod use

Dredging along the coast benefits Beaufort Inlet and area beaches

Onslow County Schools working to reduce stop arm violations

Kinston event raises money for pediatric cancer research

NCEL Drawing 3-28-17

Five Greenville teens charged in Lenoir County home break-in

FIRST ON WITN: Two bodies found in Bertie County house fire

Trio wanted for cash theft at Internet cafe

Shoplifter causes Walmart to be evacuated; no gun found

One dead, two others wounded in Enfield shooting

Storms rumble across parts of Eastern Carolina

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Around two-thirds of voters in the once-prosperous resort town of Margate voted to back Brexit and leave the EU. As British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to trigger the Article 50 divorce clause on Wednesday, the town's residents shared their hopes and fears for the future with NBC News.

What to Know as U.K. Prepares to Trigger Article 50

The move to invoke Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon will come nine months after the "Brexit" referendum.

Missing American UN Worker Found Dead in Congo Shallow Grave

The bodies of two U.N. researchers were found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, more than two weeks after they disappeared.

Boeing 737 Bursts Into Flames After Forced Landing in the Andes

Everybody on board a Peruvian Airlines flight survived when the plane caught fire after landing.

How Likely Is Congress to Create a Russia Commission?

Members of congress are convinced now is the time for a full-scale inquiry linked to Russia's alleged interference in the 2016 election.