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Mountain Valley submits application for N Carolina pipeline

Prosecutors to seek death penalty in trooper's death

Key Virginia permit takes effect for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Officials: Body found in Virginia river is Florence victim

North Carolina civil rights leader receives 'genius grant'

McCartney kicks off 2019 U.S. tour in Raleigh

OOPS! Lab says 13 pounds of white powder seized is sugar, not fentanyl

Jury tells pork giant to pay $473.5M in nuisance lawsuit

DO YOU HEAR ME NOW: Man complaining of broken phone crashes into Verizon store

Chemical plant's neighbors to have blood, urine tested

NTSB: Highway Patrol pilot forgot to unclamp helicopter from transporter before crash

Beachgoers beware: Hurricane Chris sending risky surf ashore

Feds: UNC mishandled sexual assault, harassment claims

POLICE: Man dead in suspected OD death, dog dies from heat exposure

Fire breaks out at Camden Co. fire station

NEW INFO: Helicopter crashes at Highway Patrol training facility in Raleigh

AP Investigation: Buying local fish? It may not be true

Man charged after out of control boat slams into docks, other boats

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Gaza rocket hits bus, Israel launches airstrikes on Palestinian enclave

Israeli fighter jets have begun striking targets throughout the blockaded enclave.

California wildfire raging near L.A. could burn for another week

The Woolsey Fire has killed at least two people.

Dozens of Wisconsin students apparently give Nazi salute in viral photo

Mark Ojakian, president of Connecticut State Colleges and Universities, said he was horrified when he learned about the incident and described it as "appalling and unacceptable."

Mismanagement isn't to blame for wildfires, scientists say

"We're in extreme climate change right now," one fire official said. "We're doing all that we can to prevent incidents and mitigate incidents and save lives."

Ex-altar boy is first in Penn. to sue Catholic Church since bombshell report

The Allentown Diocese did not tell parishioners there was an admitted molesting priest in their flock