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Local fire department practices specialized response efforts

An Eastern Carolina fire department is practicing some specialized response efforts Friday morning.

Weather Authority Forecast For Monday, February 19th at 430am

Weather Authority Forecast For Monday, February 19th at 430am

NCEL Drawing for 2-18-18

NCEL Drawing for 2-18-18

Weather Authority Forecast 2-19-18

Weather Authority Forecast 2-19-18

Expo helps brides-to-be plan their dream wedding

Wedding season is right around the corner and some brides in the east got the change to start planning their dream weddings this weekend.

Churches make changes to prevent spreading the flu

Since October, more than 100 people have died from the flu in North Carolina. Now some local churches are taking special precautions to keep the virus from spreading.

ECU Splits Pair Of One-Run Games On Final Day Of Pirate Clash

ECU split a pair of non-conference softball decisions on the final day of Pirate Clash Sunday, defeating Towson 4-3 before falling to UMBC 6-5 in the tournament finale.

 

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Firefighters union puts up AR-15 for auction at fundraiser

Some attendees walked out of the Cameron Park Firefighters Association crab feed when they saw an AR-15 sitting on the auction table.

Israel's 'myth of invincibility ... has crumbled,' Iranian foreign minister says

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif spoke to NBC News' Bill Neely in an exclusive interview on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference.

Trump denies collusion again, sparks concerns among lawmakers

After tweeing about Russian election meddling and the Obama administration's policy on Iran, President Trump also called Oprah Winfrey "insecure" and "biased."

Report: Russian medal winner tests positive for banned substance

Russian curlers say a coach on their team has told them that mixed doubles bronze medalist Alexander Krushelnitsky tested positive for a banned substance.

Opioid makers gave $10 million to drug advocacy groups

Companies selling some of the most lucrative prescription painkillers funneled millions to advocacy groups.