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Three for-profit college campuses in North Carolina expected to close

State superintendent announces layoffs at Public Instruction

PCC celebrates Caribbean Heritage Month with 'Summer Splash'

Local library system kicks off children's summer reading program

Greenville teacher uses Ellen Show money to reward elementary students

North Carolina Dental Society recognizing new ECU grad

West Craven pep rally

Mixed reviews for educational funding in proposed state budget

Chocowinity school holds boot camp pep rally to relax students before testing

Standards panel requiring training by school-based officers

Local educators share daily challenges at teacher town hall

Lenoir County students shadow jobs at dozens of businesses

Thousands of North Carolina teachers marched. Now what?

Craven Community College offering new computer basics course

20,000 teachers protesting in Raleigh today

Onslow County schools closing Wednesday for teacher rally

Craven County educator named North Carolina Principal of the Year

Nearly 1,000 students participate in Lenoir County Special Olympics

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Family fears mental health issues affecting missing Kentucky man's safety

Dwayne Lewis, 27, was last seen in Lexington, Kentucky in the beginning of June, 2018. His phone last pinged on June 27 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It has been turned off since June 29.

Texas to execute murderer despite objection from victim's family

Young would be the 13th U.S. inmate to be put to death this year.

Why do more black men die of prostate cancer?

The National Institutes of Health study will look at genes and social stresses.

Mandalay Bay owner takes legal action against Las Vegas shooting victims

The complaint doesn't seek money from them, but instead seeks to have their cases moved to federal court — where a 2002 federal act may provide more protection for MGM.

Former wrestlers sue Ohio State University over alleged abuse

Coaches and administrators were "repeatedly informed" of Dr. Strauss's serial sexual abuse, according to the complaint.