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Washington residents clean up after flood

Residents of the River Acres community in Washington were able to leave their neighborhood for the first time in several days after the flood waters receded Tuesday.

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Parents attend meeting to support school resource officer

Parents showed up at the Carteret County Board of Education meeting on Tuesday to voice their support for former White Oak Elementary School Resource officer Mitch Schelinder.


Shots fired during search warrant execution in Greenville

Shots were fired as the Greenville Regional Drug Task Force attempted to execute a warrant search before 8 p.m. on Tuesday, according to officials.

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ECU prepares for longest road trip, still using two QB system

The East Carolina football team will make its longest road trip of the season on Saturday when it heads to BYU. The two-man quarterback rotation worked well again at SMU as James Summers and Blake Kemp helped the team pick up a win.


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Wallace police still investigating two homicides

The Wallace Police Department is still investigating two homicides that happened on Sunday in two different locations.


Ferry service remains suspended between Cherry Branch, Minnesott Beach

The Department of Transportation has continued its suspension of ferry service between Cherry Branch and Minnesott Beach.


High waters cause parts of Hwy. 12 to collapse into ocean

The high waters caused parts of Highway 12 to fall into the ocean.

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Coast Guard suspends search for man missing in Pamlico River

The Coast Guard office in Wilmington has announced it will suspend its search for Michael Hopkins, a 53-year-old Belhaven man who went missing Monday in the Pamlico River.


Bayboro Missionary Baptist Church houses emergency crews

Bayboro Missionary Baptist Church members have shown just how much heart they really have by housing emergency crews assisting in relief efforts in Eastern Carolina.

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Work going on now to clean up, prepare for 35th Mumfest

Flood water in New Bern began to subside Tuesday. The Cunningham Bridge on Front Street in New Bern opened back up and traffic is flowing smoothly through the area.

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