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Deputies believe body of missing Carteret County woman found

Abducted baby found safe, mother in custody

Gangs believed involved in two shootings that wounded three people Sunday night

Jacksonville police looking for man accused of larceny at Belk

Accused murderer gets $2 million bond; second person charged in case

Man charged with child sex crime in Pitt County

Man who led police on chase in stolen police cruiser officially charged

Man killed, woman injured in Rocky Mount shooting

Trio facing robbery charges in Martin & Nash counties

Man wanted for questioning after pricey headphones stolen from Walmart

GREENVILLE: Police release name of officer involved in deadly Tuesday shooting

Gun & knife show owner admits to federal charges

NEW INFO: Boys & Girls Club director charged with sexual battery

Tire store employee under $28 million bond after police raid; owner also nabbed

Roofing contractor accused of bilking $12,000 from victims is located

Two men face child porn charges in different cases

911 call released in deadly officer-involved shooting

Homeless man agrees to plea deal in two Jacksonville murders

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At first a moderate conservative, Stevens emerged as a leader of the court's liberal wing, supporting abortion rights, gay rights and the environment.

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