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Bertie County man arrested, charged with trying to run over a police officer with a stolen pickup


In a stunner, Country House wins Kentucky Derby via DQ


Ethiopian Airlines says analysis of flight recorders begins


Sports writing great, ‘Semi Tough’ author Dan Jenkins dies at 89


Ex-Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper enters presidential race


Trump, Kim dive into nuclear talks, looking for 'right deal'


Lawsuit filed in fatal duck boat sinking seeks $100 million


Iran says earthquake kills 341, injures 5,953


Storm's death toll, humanitarian crisis grow in Puerto Rico


'Home Alone' Actor John Heard has died


President Trump signs executive order to 'vigorously promote religious liberty'


Falcon 9 rocket prepares for blast off Monday


Man shot by deputies in evacuation dispute dies


Panel alleges improper payments by North Carolina GOP congressman to aide


Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel dead at 87


Officials: Pitt County horse died from mosquito-borne disease



 

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