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High school teacher charged with having sexual relationship with student


Plymouth High School cancels classes Wednesday due to broken heating system


PITT COUNTY: 22 nabbed in Operation Jingle Bars


NEW INFO: Greenville man facing kidnapping, statutory rape charges


Driver seriously injured after 18-wheeler hauling ash overturns


Phillip's Forecast: Breezy upper 50s Tuesday; Much colder Wednesday


Registered sex offender charged with 2010 rape of five-year-old


US budget deficit totals $138.5 billion in November


Three charged with stealing guns & credit cards out of vehicle


Minnesota governor to name Franken's replacement Wednesday


USA Gymnastics bans coach for sexual misconduct with athlete


RUSSIA PROBE: As Mueller closed in, pressure mounted on Flynn and family


12 governors urge Congress to fund children's health program


New Greenville mayor and council members sworn into office


UPDATE: Tax bill scales back mortgage interest deduction


President Trump signs $700 billion military budget into law


Sessions: terror attacks show immigration a security issue


Jacksonville Public Safety wraps up opioid crisis workshops Tuesday


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