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Legendary Golfer Arnold Palmer dies at 87

Neighbor carries on Patriotic tradition for Winterville Veteran with terminal cancer

Hillary Clinton to campaign in Raleigh Tuesday, Chelsea Clinton in Greenville Wednesday

Bertie County flood victims can apply for government assistance starting Monday

Charlie's Forecast: Dry Monday ahead of midweek showers

Update: U.S Coast Guard suspends search for missing boater in Currituck Sound

Update: Police have found missing 16-year-old

Protestors kneel outside Bank of America Stadium during National Anthem at Panthers Game

Miami Marlins confirms pitcher Jose Fernandez has been killed in boating accident

Police: Shooting in Baltimore, 'multiple' people injured

CMPD releases bodycam and dashcam footage of Keith Scott shooting

State's Outer Banks ferry system switching to fall schedule

Fair or Not, Pressure's on Clinton at First Debate

Trump says he'll do more for women as president than Clinton

Authorities ID suspect in deadly mall shooting

Recovery-Fest held in Pitt County in honor of National Recovery Month

Arrest made in Wilson County shooting

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Arnold Palmer, 'The King' of Golf, Dies at 87

Palmer helped make golf more than just an elite country club pursuit, fighting a rivalry with Jack Nicklaus that thrilled fans for three decades.

Floodwaters Could Swamp NE Iowa All Week Long

Many communities are under flood warnings all the way through Friday along the Cedar River, which was almost 10 feet above flood stage Sunday.

Man Risks Life to Save Deer

An Iowa man jumped into a swollen river to save a small deer. KWWL's MacLeod Hageman reports.

José Fernández Among Many MLB Players Lost Too Soon

Tragedy has struck MLB many times over, leaving fans wondering what could have been if star athletes weren't stolen from the diamond prematurely.

Michelle Obama, George W. Bush Embrace at Museum Opening

First lady Michelle Obama and former President George W. Bush shared a hug on Saturday that made the internet get all warm and fuzzy.