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Vacant home sustains damage in fire

Kinston Police investigate two shots fired calls

New Bern police investigating shots fired

Shallow water puts some Pamlico Sound ferry routes on limited schedule

Financial Times ranks Greenville in top 10 for financial feasibility

More public spaces opening up at Greenville's uptown parking deck

New senior apartment complex officially opens in Greenville

NEW INFO: Wayne County power outage restored after car hits utility pole

Plans for Emerald Isle events center on hold

Daya performs at Barefoot on the Mall at ECU

Winterville man has rare encounter with a red squid along NC coast

Four arrested in undercover heroin buy in Onslow County

Warning about unusual behavior from wild animals in Greenville

River otters at state aquarium get treated to frozen birthday cakes

Gov. Cooper visits Eastern Carolina Thursday

Power restored to 1600 homes near Vanceboro

Wanted Onslow County man turns himself in

Pitt and Craven Counties meet to plan flood prevention

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The Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further.

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Reports suggest gay men have been tortured, beaten and imprisoned in camps as part of the the anti-gay campaign in the conservative Muslim republic.

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