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Transformer fire knocks out power

A transformer fire knocked out power for some people in Greenville Wednesday night.

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Appeal by soldier convicted of murder to be heard

The soldier convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of two soldiers in Kuwait will get to appeal the verdict in a military court this fall.

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Homeowners continue rebuilding three years after Hurricane Irene

One woman receives the keys to her new home after Hurricane Irene destroyed her house three years ago.


Arthur vs Irene: How two landfalling hurricanes stack up

Only two hurricanes have made landfall in North Carolina in the last three years, Hurricane Arthur and Hurricane Irene. Here is how the two storms stack up.


Photo Credit: Jones County Sheriff Danny Heath.

Student on board a Duplin Co. school bus during crash describes ordeal

A crash between a Duplin County school bus and a log truck injured a student and the bus driver Wednesday morning.

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Former deputy chief of Richlands EMS accused of fraud, ID theft

A former deputy chief of Richlands Volunteer EMS Rescue is accused of using the squad's fuel card for personal gas purchases.


2 accused of making meth in abandoned trailer

Deputies have arrested two suspects accused of cooking meth in an abandoned trailer in Beaufort County.


North Carolina ranks in the top 10 for boat thefts

The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently ranked North Carolina as 6th in the nation for boat thefts with 184 thefts last year. The NICB reports that an average of 15 watercraft's are stolen a day in the United States.

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Former Charlotte mayor could be sentenced next week

Former Charlotte Mayor Patrick Cannon could be sentenced as early as next week on a plea to a public corruption charge.

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Cristobal creates great waves for Crystal Coast surfers

Hurricane Cristobal may be hundreds of miles out at sea, but that doesn't mean Eastern Carolina isn't feeling the impact.

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