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Winterville man has rare encounter with a red squid along NC coast

Winterville resident Carey Walker had a trip to the beach he won't soon forget.

Bridgeton Blueberry Festival continues Saturday

Bridgeton's second annual Blueberry Festival kicked off Friday afternoon, beginning a weekend dedicated entirely to the tiny fruits that Bridgeton is known for.

NCEL Drawing 6-23-17

NCEL Drawing 6-23-17

Weather Authority Forecast for Saturday June 24th

Weather Authority Forecast for Saturday June 24th

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Kitten rescued from inside a utility pole in Union County

A Union County deputy sheriff, along with a deputy assigned to animal services, responded to a call near M & J Electric in Indian Trail Thursday regarding a kitten trapped inside a utility pole.

Children's museum to open in Jacksonville in 2017

Plans that have been ten years in the making for one Eastern Carolina community are officially a go. Soon a children's museum will be opening in Jacksonville.


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Venezuelan opposition protesters burned trucks and blocked roads in reaction to the death of a 22-year-old who was shot at close range with rubber bullets by military police.

Jury Finds Former Vanderbilt Football Player Guilty of Rape

A jury on Friday convicted former Vanderbilt football player Brandon Banks of rape. He was charged along with three teammates in a 2013 gang rape.

Why Medical Groups Hate the GOP Health Care Plans

Mainstream medical groups, from oncologists to pediatricians, are united in their opposition to the Republican health care plan.

Anthem to Pay Record $115M to Settle Lawsuits Over Hack

Anthem Inc. has agreed to settle litigation over hacking that compromised 79 million people's information for $115 million. It did not admit wrongdoing.