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Astronaut Christina Koch chats with students at her former school

Ayden Police use new App to connect with residents

Submissions sought for Uptown Greenville art project

Christmas Tree sales already underway in eastern Carolina

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Art project showcases bulldogs in Jacksonville

Cities in the east decorate for the Christmas season

Washington business helping Ocracoke families this holiday season

ECU Police seek information in attempted breaking and enterings on campus

Jacksonville parade kicks off holiday season Saturday

Greenville Fire Rescue annual chili cook-off raises money for charity

Astronaut Christina Koch to video chat with White Oak High School students

CresCom Bank being sold to West Virginia-based United Bank

Pitt County Animal Shelter uses facial recognition to find lost pets

Parents learn signs of bullying during Pitt County workshop

Ocracoke holiday food drive

Jacksonville Kiwanis Club celebrates 85 years in community

State president of community colleges shares formula for competitive workforce

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Two U.S. service members killed in helicopter crash in Afghanistan

The military said preliminary reports do not indicate the crash was caused by enemy fire, and the cause is under investigation.

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.

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.