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A Memorial service was held today for the Duke Life Flight crew killed in crash

More than a thousand people gathered today to pay tribute and honor the four lives lost in the tragic crash of a Duke Life Flight helicopter.

NCEL drawing for 9-21-17

NCEL drawing for 9-21-17

DEPUTIES: Two used hurricane goodwill in buying lawn equipment with bad checks

Two Greenville men are accused of using hurricane recovery goodwill in purchasing thousands of dollars in high-end lawn equipment with bad checks.

Weather Authority Forecast 9-22-17

Weather Authority Forecast 9-22-17

Boil water advisory lifted for Swansboro

Another town in the east was under a boil water advisory in less than a week, which impacted businesses and residents.

State superintendent visits Greenville high school

North Carolina's Superintendent of Public Schools headed east Thursday to stop by one local high school.

GUC linemen return from Florida

GUC linemen returned from Florida Thursday to a heroes welcome in Greenville.


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Rescues Continue as Mexico Quake Deaths Rise to 273

A sense of urgency permeated the scene as more than 700 rescue workers continued digging after two days without sleep.

Jimmy Kimmel Criticizes GOP Health Bill for 3rd Night

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday again criticized the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace Obamacare as dangerous.

Kim Jong Un Calls Trump 'a Frightened Dog' and 'Dotard'

The isolated leader of North Korea also called U.S. President Donald Trump a "gangster fond of playing with fire" in an official yet fiery statement on Thursday.

'Nothing Can Prepare You for This': Puerto Ricans Face Devastation

Puerto Ricans describe adjusting to a devastated landscape outside their homes and businesses and no power for the foreseeable future.

Aaron Hernandez Had Brain Disease, Doctors Say

Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had CTE, a serious brain disease linked with concussions and head impacts, Boston University said.