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Multiple puppies die after dog pen catches fire in Lenoir County


Search resumes Friday morning for missing towboat captain


As winter storm passes, caution still urged out on the roads


President Trump's Florida trip depends on budget deal


Governor Cooper scheduled to give winter storm update Friday


Jim's Forecast: Warming temps into the weekend


South awaits thaw from snowstorm, icy roads and numbing cold


Snow days continue for some students, other school districts reopen


Trump steps to forefront of anti-abortion movement


SAVING GRACES: Ziggy is available for adoption


IOC: More initiatives coming to promote Korean unity


California DA says couple's abuse of 12 kids became torture


Divided Congress appears to be racing towards a shutdown


Snow total amounts vary in Carteret County


ECU holds its 22nd annual Polar Bear Plunge


Schools faced with more days to make up


Pence has long pushed for Trump policies on Israel


Supreme Court: NC doesn't have to redraw maps by next week


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Michael Douglas accused of inappropriate sexual behavior

"He just thought he was so powerful he thought he could do anything," Susan Braudy told "Today" in her first on-camera interview about the alleged incidents.

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Researchers made a mutant influenza virus, then used it to make a better flu vaccine

Vaccine rates are up, but so are refusals

More U.S. kids are getting their full series of vaccines, but more and more parents are also refusing vaccinations, new health insurance data show.

'Tourniquet Killer' executed in Texas for 1992 strangling

In his final statement, Anthony Shore, 55, was apologetic and his voice cracked with emotion. "No amount of words or apology could ever undo what I've done," Shore said.