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Flooding prompts Highway 58 closing in Greene County


NEW VIDEO: Flooding closes U.S. 264 in Wilson County


Heavy rains cause big sewage spill in Kinston


FLOODING: State of Emergency declared for Edgecombe County


NEW INFO: Elderly man and his dog killed in Greenville crash


Funeral for River Bend police chief to be held today


National Education Expo today


College students celebrate International Day


Great white shark pinged in Pamlico Sound over the weekend


UPDATE: Beaufort County woman facing 27 counts animal cruelty


Main entrance to CarolinaEast reopening today


Elizabeth City man sentenced to 25 years for trafficking cocaine, heroin


Demolition to begin soon on old Days Inn building in New Bern


Kinston chef comes up short for James Beard award


Kinston's mayor announces plans to seek third term


Body found in field near church identified as homeless man


FFA chapter builds new picnic tables for park that was underwater during hurricane


Kinston store robbed at gunpoint


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