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Demolition planned for Wednesday after large fire at Jacksonville furniture store


Construction on roundabout and supermarket causes detours in Emerald Isle


ECU, NC state studying impacts of GenX


TRAFFIC ALERT: US-17 Bypass lane closures in Jacksonville


Election changes in Jones County explained during Monday meeting


UPDATE: President Trump signs bill reopening government


SADD back in Pitt County Schools with new mission


Work underway to fill potholes following wintry weather


Eastern Carolina Department of Defense workers voice concerns over shutdown


Cooper threatens to sue feds over offshore drilling decision


NEW INFO: Two men rescued from sinking boat in Craven County


Funeral for towboat captain set for Tuesday


Cape Lookout open, but few services due to government shutdown


Jones County Commissioners to hold meeting on voting changes


Gas prices continue to climb across state


Marines reunite with their loved ones after months overseas


Fire destroys Sneads Ferry home


PCC President honored with Citizen of the Year Award


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'Same blood' bonds unified Korean Olympic hockey team

Kim Jong Un's regime isn't worried about a lack of bonding as the Korean Olympic women's hockey team bids for it own "miracle on ice."

N. Korean who blew up jetliner casts doubt on Kim Jong Un's Olympic motives

According to Kim Hyon-hui, Kim Jong Un's regime is using the looming PyeongChang 2018 Olympics to try to separate South Korea from its ally, the United States.

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A Lung Association report finds states are not doing enough to help people stop smoking. And now, Philip Morris wants approval to sell a new kind of tobacco product.