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Severe thunderstorm warning issued for three counties in the East


State wildlife officials consider allowing alligator hunting


Hundreds attend Memorial day service at State Veterans Cemetery in Jacksonville


Swansboro salutes troops with banner flags


Greenville service honors those who gave their lives for our country


Charlie's Forecast: Cooler temps settle in through the week


Memorial Day weekend marks busy time at the beach


Activities along Washington waterfront mark Memorial Day


President Trump hails the fallen and their families at Arlington


Goldsboro teen dies following shooting


UK zookeeper dies in an incident involving a tiger


Search ends for missing crew from Swan Quarter boat


Police: Tiger Woods arrested in Florida for DUI


Memorial Day observances set for Monday in ENC


Greenville Police investigate Saturday night shooting


Enfield man arrested for pointing gun at people


Coast Guard medevacs man near Cape Lookout


Tire maintenance tips for National Tire Safety Week


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Remington Peters, 27, was a member of an elite Navy parachute team called the Leap Frogs. Authorities are investigating why his parachute failed to open.

Suicide Blast Kills at Least 13 in Baghdad

The blast occurred on Monday night, just days after the beginning of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

Thousands Turn out to Remember Kennedy on 100th birthday

Americans turned out by the thousands Monday to celebrate the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy on the day he would have turned 100.

Officer Rescued After Squad Car Lands in Creek

A pickup truck hit the patrol car and sent it over a bridge railing and into a creek 30 feet below.

Portland Mayor Wants to Cancel 'Alt Right' Rallies

"Please back off and give the families and give this community the space it needs to mourn and process this horrific crime of hate and bigotry," Mayor Ted Wheeler said.