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NEW INFO: Corolla drowning victim identified as Pennsylvania football coach


OPIOID CRISIS: Seven ODs, including one fatality for Greenville in last 24 hours


Arson dog brought in to help investigate afternoon house fire


Heather King transitions to new role at WITN


Jim's Forecast: Intense heat locking in through Monday


Sean Spicer out, Sarah Huckabee Sanders new White House press secretary


Stolen? Go-cart with diamond plated fenders found in Craven County


Heat Advisory on Friday


Former Jacksonville city councilman passes away


Friday is last day to file for municipal elections


Student faces numerous assault charges


Pitt County man arrested on heroin charges


SAVING GRACES: Luigi and Mario available for adoption


Rip current risk high Friday for some beaches


Kinston honors 99-year-old WWII Veteran Isaac Pope


Youth Work Program providing some a first chance at employment


Keeping cool as the heat index soars


Sex offender charged with statutory sexual assault of 8-year-old


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