- The four remaining occupiers at an Oregon wildlife refuge surrendered Thursday after hours of tense negotiations, bringing an end to the weeks-long protest over land rights and personal liberties.
- With the decision Wednesday, the case now moves to a preliminary hearing to see if prosecutors have enough evidence to prove Bill Cosby assaulted the accuser at his Philadelphia-area home in 2004.
- A Pitt County man says he lost everything, including one of his pets, in a house fire almost a week ago. But to add insult to injury, he says he was cited by authorities for speeding to his burning home.
- After being deployed for six-months to Eastern Europe, a Camp Lejeune Marine returned home Wednesday, and his first order of business was surprising his children at their schools.
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