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NEW INFO: Greenville Shooting Spree Suspect Back In Pitt County

Posted: 11/26/2013 - It was a shocking shooting spree that made national headlines after a gunman opened fire this summer on people in a Greenville Walmart parking lot and outside a law firm. Now we're learning more about what life is like for the man charged with four counts of attempted murder.

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Audit: State Grabbed Prison Paychecks To Recoup Cash

Posted: 11/26/2013 - A state audit says six North Carolina prison guards who were overpaid for four years had their entire paychecks withheld to recover the money, leaving them struggling to pay the bills.

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DEPUTIES: New Law Helps Nab Duke Energy Copper Thief

Updated: 11/25/2013 - Lenoir County deputies have charged James Hewitt of Kinston with obtaining property by false pretense, felony injuring utility wiring fixtures, trespassing, damage to personal property and transporting/possession of copper wiring over 25 pounds.

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Newtown Report Fails To Determine Shooting Motive

Posted: 11/25/2013 - State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky III says there is also no clear indication why he chose Sandy Hook Elementary School as the target for his rampage other than the fact that it was close to his home.

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Two Charged After Break-In At Re-Opened Ski Shop

Updated: 11/25/2013 - Quick thinking by Greenville police officers landed one person in jail, and police searching for another, both who are accused of breaking into a storage unit from a store that just re-opened.

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Gordon's Golf & Ski Shop Back Open After Arson 7 Months Ago

Posted: 11/22/2013 - It's been 7 months since Greenville police say someone intentionally set fire to Gordon's Golf and Ski Shop on Arlington Boulevard. Owner Gordon Fulp says, the building that caught fire in April 25th reopened last week.

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New Bern Man Recalls Investigating JFK Assassination As FBI Agent

Updated: 11/22/2013 - Bob Hewett of New Bern says he was very close to the investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He is now retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, but says his team recreated a scale model of the crime scene 50 years ago.

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