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UPDATE: Greenville man charged in connection to fatal hit and run


Seven Blue Marlins boated on final day of fishing


Families hit the playground to spend time together, celebrate dad


UPDATE: Man facing drug, other charges following high-speed chase through Greenville


Charlie's Forecast: Temps continue rising as we start the work week


Fire officials investigating small hotel fire


Shrimp rise as overall North Carolina commercial catch dips


SILVER ALERT CANCELED: Missing 81-year-old man found


NCDPS: Inmate assaults three correctional officers at Polk Correctional Institution


Gov. Cooper vetoes judicial district, election bills


Police searching for missing 17 year old girl


Attorney sentenced; used account as 'personal piggy bank'


Woman hurts 2 in south France with box cutter, is detained


Chicago soldier killed in Korea finally being laid to rest


North Carolina city one of five being considered for new Army command HQ


Community celebrates Flag Day ceremony


Greenville Town Common full of vendors, food, music for Carolina BBQ Festival


NCEL Drawing 06-16-18


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