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Polish glass blower teaches ECU and PCC students

Mom says teen daughter left alone at closed school

Two low performing Craven County elementary schools get 'restart'

Hundreds of Lenoir County students watch 'STEM the Musical'

UPDATE: Craven County Schools still trying to fill more than 100 positions

ECU engineering professors get 'pied' on National Pi Day

Heat could be out at Pines Elementary School all week

Surprise guests come read with elementary school students on Dr. Seuss' birthday

Kinston elementary students celebrate African American icons

Pine Knoll Shores aquarium launches 'dino'mite endangered species contest

ECU student wins $12,500 for her Greenville business

Pitt County Schools cuts the ribbon on new Chicod School

Hundreds of students show off STEM projects in Eastern Carolina

High school students get sobering view of impaired driving

Paid holidays for community college workers might be reduced

Bill fixing North Carolina's class-size challenge loaded up

Kentucky school shooting weighing heavily on local parents

Drone class being offered to help local entrepreneurs soar

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Russia to expel 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning standoff

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Michael Flynn campaigns in first appearance since guilty plea

Disgraced former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn campaigned for a Republican congressional candidate in California Friday.

North Korea uses pirate tactics to earn millions from sanction busting

U.N. expert Hugh Griffiths says North Korea has borrowed tactics used during 18th century piracy to evade sanctions and earn millions.

Trump tries to move Stormy suit to fed court, says she owes him $20M

President Trump has tapped Hulk Hogan's attorney in an effort to get Stormy Daniels' suit moved to federal court.

NYC docs took bribes, lap dances to prescribe opioid, feds say

Five Manhattan doctors are accused of taking $800,000 in "speaker fees," plus gifts like casino and strip club outings, to prescribe the Insys drug Subsys, a powerful opioid.