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NCEL 07-16-19

NCEL 07-16-19

Power restored to most, about 200 customers still in dark after major outages

Power has been restored to most residents in Eastern Carolina who were without electricity Monday night after an evening storm rolled through the area, knocking down power lines and leaving people in the dark.

Weather Authority Forecast 7-17-19

Weather Authority Forecast 7-17-19

Pitt County 2020 Census Committee shares challenges ahead

Committees throughout the state and Eastern Carolina are preparing to count every person in their counties. The Pitt County 2020 Census Committee shared challenges ahead and the controversy surrounding one question.

Boy Scouts camping program shares new experiences with local youth

Boy Scouts camping program shares new experiences with local youth

 

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Oklahoma inmate who served 28 years in prison declared innocent of murder

The judge said she believed a key prosecution witness was coerced. Prosecutors moved to appeal, and a former DA denied he ever coerced a witness.

Ex-Minneapolis officer who fatally shot 911 caller appeals convictions

Former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor was convicted of third-degree murder and manslaughter for killing 911 caller Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

Utah girl, 6, dies after being struck by golf ball hit by her father

Police have no plans to press charges and say the girl's death appears to be a tragic accident.

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99

At first a moderate conservative, Stevens emerged as a leader of the court's liberal wing, supporting abortion rights, gay rights and the environment.