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Father who drowned while trying to save daughters off Shackleford Banks identified


One dead, two injured in Onslow County money dispute


Wayne County murder suspect arrested


New Bern Police investigating "accidental" shooting


Belhaven man arrested on rape and kidnapping charges


Charlie's Forecast: Heat advisory in effect until 8pm tonight


CONSUMER ALERT: Apple products at risk of being hacked


New MARSOC commander takes over at Camp Lejeune


Lt. Governor Dan Forest hosting town hall in Williamston


Police shoot attackers who seized hostages, killed priest at French church


Officials investigate mom who livestreamed daughter's beating


McCrory joins Trump at Winston-Salem campaign rally


Man thanks Greenville first responders that saved his life


November trial set for cases over North Carolina LGBT law


ECU economic professors react to Verizon buying Yahoo for $4.83B


Summer camps making sure kid campers say cool during heat wave


UPDATE: Residents shocked by Japan knife attack officials say killed 19


Greenville animal advocate cited for feeding stray cats


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Priest 'Assassinated' in Church Terror Attack

French President Francois Hollande blamed the "cowardly acts" on ISIS-linked terrorists.

2 South Carolina Soldiers Killed Defending Woman at Bar

Allen Judge Jr., 40, and Jonathan Michael Prins, 29, 'were acting as good Samaritans when they were shot' in Sunday's double killing, police said.

Why Michelle Obama's DNC Speech Matters

As the general election enters its final months, Michelle Obama could continue to be a voice that cuts through the noise.

U.S. Expands Asylum Program for Central American Children

Kids looking to escape Central America's humanitarian crisis will have more ways to seek asylum under steps announced Tuesday by the White House.

'Exceptional': Nightclub Shooting Victims Mourned

The two teens killed in a shooting at a Florida club are being remembered as a talented basketball star with a promising future and a "funny kid."