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Police investigating drowning death of 16-month-old boy

High risk for rip currents remain; Atlantic Beach & Emerald Isle flying yellow flags

Volunteers building playground in Kinston in one day

Mellow Mushroom holds fundraiser for Community Crossroads Center

Some beach businesses see uptick as people stay out of the water

Kids have a blast in Greenville on the first day of summer

Greenville Police say man cut during domestic dispute

Driver charged with DWI in Tyrrell County accident

TROOPERS: Trucker charged after running red light and killing woman

One hospitalized after accident involving ECU bus

CarolinaEast Medical Center phones working again

Town to start charging for 4x4 beach access

Emerald Isle hosts ocean safety meeting as rip current risk remains high

High risk of rip currents continues today on our beaches

Law enforcement officer and fire rescue employee of the year named in Greenville & Pitt County

Smithfield Foods partners up to rally against hunger in rural ENC communities

Transportation secretary shares DOT plans for the east

Gasoline under $2 a gallon in Kinston

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