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Police: Driver with young passenger hits store, gets DWI

A car smashed into a convenience store Wednesday night, knocking out the front door and windows and leaving behind a big mess.

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Three Duplin County family members die in car crash, two others seriously injured

A Duplin County family loses three family members and has two others are seriously injured in a car accident while on vacation in Mexico. The two survivors are brother and sister. The family is now struggling financially to bring home one of the survivors from Mexico, who needs a private jet for the return home, because of spinal injuries.

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June's unemployment numbers show improvement for N.C.

The unemployment numbers are down for 81 counties in North Carolina for the month of June.

Lawmakers in last-minute moves over NC budget

Legislative budget-writers are toiling to finalize an annual spending plan for North Carolina government.

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3 people killed, 3 deputies wounded in shootout

A North Carolina sheriff says three people have been killed and three deputies injured in a shootout at a mobile home park outside Fayetteville.

Suspect wanted in hit-and-run crash involving deputy

Troopers are working to find the driver responsible for causing a chain-reaction crash on Highway 70 involving three vehicles, including a Craven County deputy.

Onslow Co woman arrested on methamphetamine trafficking charges

Police: Woman arrested for methamphetamine trafficking

An Onslow County woman was arrested Tuesday by the Jacksonville Police Department for trafficking methamphetamine, according to arrest warrants.

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Peace Corps removes workers over Ebola threat

Hundreds dead. Many more infected. Pervasive fear and denial, challenging authorities in west Africa who are trying to assess and address the Ebola crisis.

And it's only getting worse.

That's what government and humanitarian officials said Wednesday, a...

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CIA interrogation report could be released next week

A Senate Intelligence Committee report detailing the CIA's controversial interrogation and detention program following the 9/11 terror attacks could be released to the public as soon as next week, congressional sources in each party said Wednesday.

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