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Doctor warns parents how heat can affect children left in cars

After a young boy was found trapped inside a hot car in Greenville on Thursday, one doctor in the east is warning parents that hot cars have extreme effects on all people, but especially on your children.

Wood Ducks Soar Behind Payano's Arm and Early Offense

Six runs in the first three innings fueled the Wood Ducks in a 6-1 victory over the Astros to snap a five-game losing streak. Tyler Sanchez clocked his first home run of 2017 and had four RBIs while Pedro Payano delivered his second consecutive quality start for the Woodies.

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Maddie's Fund provides first free dog pen in Pitt County

The Pitt County Animal Shelter and the Pet Food Pantry of Eastern Carolina are partnering to help keep outdoor dogs off chains or tethers by providing proper doghouses and pens free of charge to owners in need.

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'The Entire World Looks So Beautiful,' Kim Says After Missile Test

North Korea has disclosed a series of images of the Earth it says were taken by a camera carried aboard a ballistic missile during its latest test.

Texas Senate Approves 'Religious Refusal' Adoption Measure

The measure allows publicly funded adoption agencies to refuse to place children with non-Christian, unmarried or gay prospective parents.

Trump Becomes First Sitting U.S. President to Visit Western Wall

President Donald Trump placed a note in the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Monday, becoming the first sitting U.S. president to visit one of Judaism's holiest sites.

US Gender Confirmation Surgery Up 19% in 2016: Doctors

Gender confirmation surgeries rose 19 percent in 2016 from the previous year, a survey of plastic surgeons said.

WHO Spends More on Travel Than on AIDS

The WHO spends more on travel than it does on AIDS or malaria. Is that OK?