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Winning With Diabetes held at Vidant

Researchers identify new strain of HIV

Health officials report state's first flu-related death of season

FDA wants stronger warning on breast implants about risks

Research finds lack of sleep leads to junk food cravings

Report: Black infant mortality in state double that of white

Duplin leaders commend county employees for way they handled recent TB scare

CDC: Most pregnant women not getting vaccinated

North Carolina fair takes precautions against Legionnaires' disease

First vaping death in state reported in Greensboro

Saturday is World Alzheimer’s Day

Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes

State attorney general expands fight against youth vaping

Stop Washing That Chicken!

Blue Cross again cutting ACA marketplace rates

Taking the sting out of summer

Vidant moving EastCare chopper out of Beaufort County

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Murder-suicide that killed 3 outside Oklahoma Walmart a 'domestic dispute'

The gunman had been married to the woman he killed, and the man fatally shot is believed to have been dating her, police said.

U.N. expert corrects claim on children in U.S. migration detention

Nonetheless, the U.S. is holding far more children than are other countries for which the U.N. has reliable figures.

Bei Bei the panda says bye bye to America

The beloved panda has lived at the National Zoo since he was born, but today he took off on a 16-hour flight to China as part of an agreement between the two countries to assist in conservation efforts.

NTSB calling for design changes to widely-used aircraft engine

The move comes after a Southwest Airlines passenger died last year when a fan blade on a 737-engine broke off mid-flight, partially sucking her out of a passenger window.

Epstein jail guards now face criminal charges

Michael Thomas and Tova Noel, who were on duty the night before accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was found dead, now face charges tied to falsifying records. Authorities allege the guards covered up their failure to check on Epstein in his cell, just 15 feet from their station. The guards have pled not guilty.