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Gas prices continue to trend downward


WITN studio in Greenville now a drop-off location for Hurricane Florence donations


Viewing party for "A Chef's Life" finale brings out crowds of fans


Wright Brothers visitor center to reopen after renovations


Sup Dog customer leaves $10,000 tip after ordering 2 waters


Wildlife facility cancels transfer of young giraffe


Silver Alert issued for Iredell County man


Crowds come out to celebrate Food Brew 'n Que Festival


Silver Alert issued for Wake County woman


Silver Alert canceled for Winston-Salem man


Mega Millions winning numbers


Pitt County Sheriff candidates take part in forum


Smoke on the Water underway in Washington


GPD: Man used counterfeit money at adult store


Duplin County students return to school delayed until Wednesday


600 Florence-displaced families listed for temporary housing


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Trump's trade war will lead to a self-inflicted wound, say economists

"There would be no winners from a global trade war...all countries would ultimately be worse off," noted one economist.

Manhunt continues for 2nd suspect in fatal Georgia police shooting

Tafahree Maynard, 18, remained at large early Monday and should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Oyster farmers were banking on the Gulf's bounty. Then Hurricane Michael hit.

"Are we going to dump some more money back out here and keep moving forward or just call it quits, go back to welding?" asked one oyster farmer.

4 Americans die as bachelor party rafting trip turns into 'living nightmare'

"Most of us were ultimately able to grab hold of rocks or barriers ... and await the rescue teams to get to us. Unfortunately, not all of us were so lucky"

Cocktails are served only miles from a Syrian city that's now rubble

Conditions in central Damascus, with its relaxed nightlife and bustling business district, seem a world away from the hardship of eastern Ghouta.