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Night Out Event Aims To Fight Recent Violence, Prevent Future Crime

Updated: 08/02/2011 - Greenville police are investigating a shooting that happened Saturday night- the most recent shooting in the rash of violence that has plagued the city. Tuesday night the focus was on the community fighting that crime and preventing future violence.

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K-Tribe Losing Streak Reaches 8 Games

Posted: 08/02/2011 - Myrtle Beach handed Kinston a 5-3 loss Tuesday night at Historic Grainger Stadium. The loss was Kinston’s eighth straight.

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ECU Recreational Complex Looking For Donor To Help With Phase 3

Updated: 08/02/2011 - It's a $7.2 million dollar, 129 acre recreational complex complete with a white sand beach and a nearly 6 acre lake for boating and fishing, but like most newly constructed projects there are a few logistical issues to get around. In a tough economic budget year, how is this new complex possible and on who's dime?

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Clean County Coalition Requests Port Zoning Change

Updated: 08/02/2011 - A week after Governor Perdue announced PCS Phosphate had abandoned its plans to build a controversial sulfur melting plant at the state port in Morehead City- a group that opposed the plant, the Clean County Coalition, hopes to change some of the language in the city's industrial zoning ordinance.

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Lawmen Go Through Driver Safety Course

Updated: 08/02/2011 - Greene County Deputy David Jennings Dawson III is the second lawman in the state to die in a vehicle crash since the weekend.

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14U Southeast Regional Tournament Final Set

Posted: 08/01/2011 - Nash County advances to the championship game of the 14U Southeast Regional Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament. Host team Greenville was eliminated in the semifinals.

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Marine Families Worried About The Unknown With Debt Deal

Updated: 08/01/2011 - While the initial word from Washington is veterans are expected to be in the clear, there's a big question mark hanging over the head of active duty military service members in Eastern Carolina.

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5:00 PM Update: Emily Downgraded

Updated: 08/04/2011 - As of the 5:00 p.m. update, Tropical Storm Emily was downgraded to a remnant low. She is still moving slowly to the WNW with maximum winds at 35 mph. There is still a large area of thunderstorm activity, but the main circulation related to Emily has dissipated.

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