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ECU School of Art and Design hosts STEAM camp for kids of all ages

Kids creating video games at PCC summer camp

USA Today names Brody School of Medicine most affordable med school in U.S.

ECU packed with more than 100 construction projects this summer

DeVos’s hard line on new education law surprises states

Dispute over NC public schools control, money lands in court

Teachers learning about drug addiction through science experiments at ECU

Pitt County students getting a leg up with summer learning program

UNC-Chapel Hill gets $1M to help low-income students attend

Pitt County high school students graduating this weekend

Pitt County Schools seeing large decrease in high school dropout rate

Lowe's awards Carteret County teacher $50,000 to improve classroom

Carteret County Schools honors superintendent stepping down

Six local high school students awarded full scholarships to ECU

Graduating high school students celebrated at their old Greenville elementary school

BCCC president celebrated during retirement party

Havelock High School students witness mock alcohol-related fatal collision

High school students across the state visit ECU to learn about health careers

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Major California Wildfire Slows as Residents Try to Recover

Residents examined the damage after a massive wildfire burned through the hills near Yosemite National Park, one of several major fires in California.

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President Donald Trump at the commissioning of the USS Gerald Ford said "everyone will know that America is coming and America is coming strong."

Ex-Escort Gets 16 Years for Trying to Have Husband Killed

Former Florida escort Dalia Dippolito was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison for trying to hire a hit man to murder her newlywed husband.

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Strong aftershocks rattled the Greek island of Kos on Saturday after a magnitude-6.7 quake Friday, and crews began examining damage to cultural monuments.

Popular Venezuelan Violinist Bloodied During Protest

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