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Weather Authority Forecast for Friday, March 9th

Weather Authority Forecast for Friday, March 9th

Beating the heat at Lions Water Adventure in Kinston

With the heat index into the hundreds again on Wednesday, plenty of people headed to the Lions Water Adventure in Kinston at the Woodmen Center to cool off.

Nine rehabilitated sea turtles released on OBX

Nine rehabilitated sea turtles were released Wednesday morning at the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.

Keeping pets cool on hot days

The extreme heat we've been experiencing can also be dangerous for our four-legged family members, that's why you'll want to limit your time outside with your pets during these sizzling temperatures.

Craven Community College starts new training program

A new manufacturing program at Craven Community College is hoping to help employers fill vacancies with employees specifically trained in those fields.

Self-driving tractors among technology revolutionizing farming in ENC

Thanks to new advanced technology, the process of farming has gone high-tech in Eastern North Carolina.

Meals on Wheels looking for volunteers during hot summer months

The blazing temperatures that we're experiencing can be dangerous, especially for people over the age of 65, which is why Pitt County Meals on Wheels volunteers are making it a point to check on the elderly while they're dropping off food.

 

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Pentagon sending military lawyers to prosecute immigration cases

The lawyers will be appointed as full-time special assistant U.S. attorneys for as long as six months.

Immigrant detainee diagnosed with chickenpox

The head of the local prison guard union says there have also been cases of scabies at the Southern California facility.

Iranian women attend first World Cup screening in nearly 40 years

Iranian women flock to a Tehran sports stadium to watch a screening of a World Cup match between Iran and Spain. Iran lost, but that didn't seem to matter.

Central America's violence, turmoil keeps driving families to U.S. border

"If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from Honduras hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old son.

Don't ask us to fly migrant children, airlines say

American, United, Frontier and Southwest made the requests after social media posts described groups of terrified, crying children on flights.