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Water Creeping Up on Some Businesses

Posted: 09/03/2006 - The high waterways along the Neuse River are threatening some big businesses, particularly a logging group in Pitt County.

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Shot Right in the Back

Posted: 09/02/2006 - A man is recovering and may be paralyzed after getting shot in the back outside Tobies Gentlemen's Club off Highway 17 in Onslow County.

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Duplin County Says Stay Out

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Duplin County Sheriff's deputies are urging people not to come to their county.

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Ernesto Hurts the Crops

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Some Craven County farmers didn't fare too well after the Tropical Storm Ernesto slammed down on their crops.

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The Clean Up Begins

Posted: 09/02/2006 - It was the calm after the storm Saturday. Most of Eastern Carolina woke up to clear skies, but trashed streets and yards.

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Flood Troubles for Horses

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Many Eastern Carolina residents were able to safely secure their pets during Tropical Storm Ernesto, but what about those with bigger pets... like horses?

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Drivers Stayed Away During Storm

Posted: 09/02/2006 - Pitt County saw its share of flooding during Tropical Storm Ernesto. Some areas began to flood only a few hours into the storm.

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Shelters Closing

Posted: 09/01/2006 - Most residents heading home.

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Whichard's Beach Mandatory Evacuation

Posted: 08/31/2006 - Beaufort County Emergency Management has issued a mandatory evacuation for Whichard's Beach Road and other low lying areas.

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Shooting Outside School

Posted: 08/30/2006 - A shooting outside a school in Orange County, North Carolina injured two students Wednesday.

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Hurrying To Harvest Before Ernesto

Posted: 08/30/2006 - Tobacco farmers are working to get in their crop before Ernesto enters Eastern Carolina's weather picture.

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Red Cross Monitors Ernesto

Posted: 08/30/2006 - Officials at the Pitt County Chapter of the American Red Cross are watching Ernesto closely.

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Tar River Flooding Threat?

Posted: 08/30/2006 - The Tar River in Greenville is certainly one to watch whenever we have a serious rain event.

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