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Festival of Trees supports Family Support Network

. The organization has been supporting families for more than 30 years and hosting this fundraising festival for more than 20 of those years.

ECU Edges Houston in Overtime

The ECU women's basketball team (10-9, 2-4) defeated Houston (15-6, 4-3) 80-78 in the annual Play4Kay pink game in Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.

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Local author celebrates publishing novel with a book signing

A local author got to fulfill her dream Saturday.

Festival celebrates craft beer and wine

Craft brewing is a growing industry in Eastern North Carolina and this weekend crowds of people had the opportunity to get a taste of local brews at the Jolly Skull Beer and Wine Festival.

Medical students learn, prepare for mass casualty event during simulated drill

A group of students from the Brody School of Medicine at ECU learned how to react during a mass casualty event by participating in a simulated drill Saturday.


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Body of mother found after California mudslide

Searchers found the body of a mother whose child was also killed in a devastating mudslide that struck the Montecito area of California this month.

Without CHIP funding, 1.7 million kids could lose healthcare in weeks

"I'm tired of my daughter's health being used as a political weapon," said Lisa Nunez, whose 11-year-old daughter is a CHIP recipient.

Several dead after gunmen attack Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel

A group of three or four gunmen attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul and took hostages and exchanged gunfire with security forces, officials said.

Thousands join second Women's March as focus shifts to voting

Thousands gathered in cities across the United States wielding signs and sporting pink hats in the second such march since Trump took office.

Los Angeles pot shops begin first legal recreational sales

Los Angeles lagged behind other California cities in launching legal marijuana sales for anyone over 21 years old. The sales began at a few stores on Friday.