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Celebrate the Fourth of July in Downtown Washington

Bridgeton Blueberry Festival continues Saturday

Children's museum to open in Jacksonville in 2017

Fundraiser being held Friday for Onslow County educator

NEW INFO: WITN hosts "Pint for a Pint" blood drive

Delta Sigma Theta hosting Red Hat Gospel Brunch Scholarship Fundraiser

Down East Wood Ducks hosting peanut butter drive on Thursday

Down East Wood Ducks hosting Father's Day Clinic

34th Annual Washington Summer Festival wraps up

Bethel was starved for fresh food for years until new food hub opened up

Goldsboro remembers teen killed in double homicide in Kinston

NC Black Bear Festival underway in Plymouth

Children's Miracle Network Telethon raises over $1 million

Greater Bath Foundation hosting Memorial Day Celebration on Saturday

Maddie's Fund provides first free dog pen in Pitt County

Barbershop show raises money for homeless shelter

King's of 'Q' BBQ Festival underway in Ayden

Officers run with Flame of Hope to raise money for Special Olympics athletes

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Florida Man Arrested for Death Threat to State Lawmaker

Steve St. Felix was arrested and charged with making death threats against state Rep. Jose Felix Diaz on Facebook, authorities said.

Number of Abused Gymnasts 'Far Higher' Than Reported

An investigator hired by USA Gymnastics says the number of victims is "far higher" than the hundreds previously reported.

Court Reopens Intersex Passport Lawsuit Against State Dept.

A federal court granted Dana Zzyym's request to reopen a lawsuit against the State Department after the agency refused to issue Zzyym an intersex passport.

Miranda Kerr Returns $8M in Jewelry Tied to Alleged Malaysian Scheme

Miranda Kerr has handed over millions of dollars worth of jewelry that U.S. authorities say was given to her as part of a Malaysian money laundering scheme.

Children of Alton Sterling File Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Attorneys for Alton Sterling's five children filed the wrongful death lawsuit in state court against the city of Baton Rouge.