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Valentine's Day: Spending on your sweetheart

February 14th marks Valentine's Day, a day to show your special someone how much you care. But love doesn't come cheap. The National Retail Federation crunched the numbers for spending on Valentine's Day. 

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Wintry threat to start the week

The next wintry system will impact us early Monday morning and have an impact on the morning commute. The wintry duration of this system will be short lived. This will mainly be for areas west of highway 17.

TX Gov. releases statement on death of Justice Antonin Scalia

Texas Governor Greg Abbott released the following statement on the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.

Keynote address: NAACP 10th annual march & rally in Raleigh

Demonstrators seeking what they call progressive policies in North Carolina state government are gathering for their 10th annual march and rally, led by the state NAACP.
  

Motorist wounded during shootout with NC law officers

A motorist is hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a shootout with North Carolina law officers.

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NC State student loses bet, spends 30 hours in Waffle House

 A North Carolina State University student has spent 30 straight hours at a Raleigh Waffle House after losing a bet.

Pitt Co. authorities identify man killed in house fire

The Pitt County Sheriff's Office has identified a man killed in a house fire Friday evening.

West Craven High School remembers two football players killed in car crash

Friends, family, faculty, and community members all packed West Craven High Schools gym Saturday to remember two football players killed in car crash Friday night.

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Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court justice, dies at 79

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the leading conservative voice on the high court, has died at the age of 79, a government source and a family friend told CNN on Saturday.

His death set off an immediate debate about whether President Barack ...

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Bush: Senate should reject an Obama Supreme Court nominee

Jeb Bush said he fully expects President Barack Obama to send a Supreme Court nominee to the Senate. And he expects the Senate to reject that nominee.

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