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Hearing held in Carteret County for Blounts Creek mining wastewater fight

The potential fate of a popular eastern Carolina recreational spot went before a judge Friday.

No. 6 North Carolina tops ECU 5-4 in Durham to even weekend series

The Tar Heels won a thriller at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park on Saturday night as they took down ECU, 5-4.

ROUND 3: NCHSAA State Basketball Playoffs

The following scores are from Saturday's slate of games in the third round of the NCHSAA state basketball playoffs.

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Softball Falls Twice On Day Two Of Pirate Invitational

The ECU softball team had the lead in both of its games Saturday on day two of the Pirate Invitational, but fell to Ball State 7-2 and Canisius 4-3 in eight innings at the ECU Softball Stadium.

ECU Womens Basketball Edged by Temple on Senior Day

The ECU women's basketball (15-13, 7-8) fell to Temple (11-17, 3-12) 65-64 in a tightly contested American Athletic Conference game.

Local organization prays for area schools in light of recent Florida shooting

As school shootings continue to make national headlines, a local organization, the Building Hope Community Life Center in Greenville, decided to spend Saturday praying at local schools.

 

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Artist Ai Weiwei directs attention to Puerto Rico post-Maria

The artist was drawn to Puerto Rico because more than 410,000 people have left the island.

China sets stage for Xi to stay in office with proposed end to term limits

China's official news agency says the ruling Communist Party has proposed removing a limit of two consecutive terms for the country's president.

Highs and lows of the PyeongChang Olympics: Team USA soars — and stumbles

Here's how the PyeongChang Games will be defined beyond the brilliance seen on the slopes and the ice.

IOC won't lift Russia suspension for PyeongChang closing ceremony

The Russian athletes were punished by the IOC before these games in response to Russia's alleged state-sponsored doping program.

North Korea condemns new U.S. sanctions, says blockade would be act of war

President Trump said Friday that the U.S. had leveled its "heaviest sanctions ever" against North Korea, targeting the regime's shipping and trading abilities.