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Wednesday marks Senior Health and Fitness Day

Summer Science: Homemade strong bubbles recipe & uv light demonstration

Sylvan Heights Bird Park shows off new bird

Annual plant sale happening in Greenville this weekend

Dog House restaurant raises money for Children's Miracle Network

Luncheon highlights local women's contributions in health

Women's conference happening this weekend

Original children's play takes the stage at Turnage Theatre

Saving Graces: Blueberry

Stone Soup fundraiser benefits the hungry

Saving Graces for Felines: Kizzy

PirateFest returns to Greenville

Dancing with the Stars event benefits Greenville community center

Touch-A-Truck event returning to Greenville Saturday

Saving Graces for Felines: Samantha recovering from surgery, ready for adoption Tuesday

Pageant organizers working to reinstate scholarship

ECU hosts Research and Creative Achievement week

J.H. Rose high school students present "Freaky Friday"

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Man arrested in murder of founder of African American museum in Louisiana

Sadie Roberts-Joseph was found dead of traumatic asphyxiation in the trunk of her car on Friday.

Planned Parenthood President Dr. Leana Wen removed from post following 'secret' board meeting

"We were engaged in good faith negotiations about my departure based on philosophical differences over the direction and future of Planned Parenthood," Wen said in a tweet.

R. Kelly pleads not guilty, denied bail in sweeping sex-crime prosecution

Two women who say they’re living with Kelly attended his arraignment on Tuesday and sat in the front row.

Immigrant rights activists surround ICE headquarters, demand the agency's closure

Displaying a banner that said “dignity not deportation,” the protesters from Never Again Action and Movimiento Cosecha formed a human chain around ICE, demanding the end of deportations

As protests grow and turn violent, Puerto Rico Gov. Rosselló insists he won't resign

“I was elected by the people,” the embattled governor said as protests grow calling for his resignation.