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Double Murder in Wilson County

Updated: 03/20/2005 - A quiet town in Wilson County has been rocked Sunday morning after Wilson County Sheriff's Deputies say they have a double murder on their hands.

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Illegal Liquor House

Updated: 03/19/2005 - A Craven County community has come forth to put two men behind bars lawmen say are responsible for running an illegal liquor house in a New Bern neighborhood.

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Fire Training for Safety

Updated: 03/19/2005 - Saving lives is the call of first responders across the east, but taking on that role often puts emergency workers themselves at risk.

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Clays Championship Underway

Updated: 03/19/2005 - The very best in the world of sport target shooting were letting off rounds in Beaufort County Saturday.

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Revamped Welcome Center For the Banks

Updated: 03/21/2005 - The Outer Banks was hit with cold and wet weather this week, but spring is just around the corner, and the weekend warriors are starting to show up.

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Will They Ever Stop?

Updated: 03/17/2005 - Gas prices at the pump continue to set new records.

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Murder Conviction Upheld

Updated: 03/17/2005 - North Carolina Appeals Court upholds murder conviction of Sheldon Lee Sutton.

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Truck And Train Collide, Highway 17 Closed

Updated: 05/12/2007 - Highway 17 is closed in Craven County south of Washington and north of New Bern, near the town of Ernul, because a log truck and train collided this afternoon.

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Nine-Year-Old Boy Dies After Crashing Car

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Pitt County authorities say a nine-year-old boy was killed last weekend when he took the family vehicle for a drive, had a minor accident, and the airbag deployed

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Fallout From School Law

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Some school districts are discovering the No Child Left Behind law may create a teacher shortage.

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