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


Winning lottery ticket sold in Williamston


Dozens march for change in Kinston


Charlie's Forecast: Thunderstorms continue tonight as cold front moves in


UPDATE: Four people shot at Pitt County night club


Tropical Storm Cindy makes landfall along Louisiana coastline


Former ECU football player shot and killed in Raleigh


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


Bridgeton Blueberry Festival continues Saturday


Former Cove City fire chief takes plea deal in embezzlement case


White House says Trump tweet meets Comey tapes records request


Sunday morning option for N Carolina alcohol sales advancing


NEW INFO: Puppies now recovering after being rescued from hot car


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