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'End Polio Now!' concert next Saturday in New Bern

Race for Epilepsy in Washington next Friday

West Greenville community initiative gaining support

Jacksonville elementary students filling free food boxes for those in need

ENC church holds special service for Black History Month

Jacksonville community organizes food, toy and clothing give-away

Greenville police officers serving up BBQ

Onslow County shelter seeing more homeless veterans

Jacksonville Police Department hosts Coffee with a Cop

Enjoy coffee with a cop on Tuesday in Jacksonville

Annual used book sale benefits public library

Day two of Carolina Chocolate Festival wraps up in Morehead City

Friends and family remember BMX icon Dave Mirra

Fundraiser being held for Onlsow County home that cares for the disabled

Benefit show, bike ride to honor Dave Mirra this Saturday in Greenville

'Right to Life' rally held in Pitt County Sunday

Kinston church holds special service for police

ECU students host wellness classes with AMEXCAN interns

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President Donald Trump seemed to suggest a terror attack occurred in Sweden at a campaign-like rally on Saturday, bewildering Swedes.

Northern, Central California Gear Up for Yet More Storms

The entire Sacramento Valley was under a flood warning, including Oroville, where last week's storm damaged a spillway behind the Lake Oroville dam.

U.S. Aircraft Carrier Begins 'Routine' South China Sea Patrol

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Ivan Koloff, Wrestling's 'Russian Bear,' Dies at 74

In real life, Koloff (born Oreal James Perras) was a gentle man who retired from the ring to become an ordained minister.