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2019 Stampede in the Park Rodeo this Friday and Saturday


BBQ for Paws event benefits Greene County animal shelters


Greenville restaurant donates more than $5k in response to President Trump's campaign stop


Local ministry hosting "You Matter" workshop


Community organizations team up for Eastern Carolina blood drive


Kinston Police hold Pizza with the Police event


Magnolia Arts Center presents "Putnam County Spelling Bee"


Registration open for Pitt Community College summer camps


2019 Washington Community Day and Game P.L.A.Y happening this weekend


6th Greenville Grooves music festival happening Friday


Pitt Co. Arts Council offers summer camps for kids


PCC hosting first public career fair Wednesday


Batter Up'Town brings country artist Craig Campbell for free concert


D.H. Conley FFA hosting community yard sale


Global Running Day 5k benefits Ainsley's Angels


Eastern AHEC hosting symposium on rural healthcare


ECU offers free hearing and speech screenings for adults and children


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Detroit officer killed after suspect opens fire with high-powered rifle

The police chief said that investigators believe the gunman was angry and looking for a girlfriend when the home invasion occurred.

Judge temporarily blocks federal executions

Federal law doesn't let the Justice Department choose its own method of executions, a district judge ruled.

Border activist acquitted in 2nd trial accusing him of harboring migrants

"The government failed in its attempt to criminalize basic human kindness," border activist Scott Warren said after he was acquitted.