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Candidates for Lenoir County Sheriff discuss the race

Two men, one race and it all comes down to Lenoir County voters.

Ronnie Ingram, Democrat and Rickie Pearson, Unaffiliated are going head-to-head to be the next sheriff of Lenoir County.

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NC voters to decide on right to waive jury trial

A referendum on the ballot could change court proceedings in North Carolina. A proposed amendment could give defendants the right to waive a trial by jury, as long as a judge consents.

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Skip's white board; viewers write well wishes

With a white board and a blue marker, people wrote wells wishes to Skip Waters, who died unexpectedly Tuesday October 28.

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Havelock Police Chief talks about his new position

The city of Havelock has a new police chief who officially took office this week.

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North Carolina, Georgia midterms: Race matters

Democrats are looking to black voters in two southern states to help limit Republican Senate gains in Tuesday's midterms.

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Spooky legend 'haunts' Pactolus

The Legend of the Pactolus Lights is a ghost story nearly 100 years old.

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Skip Waters' public memorial scheduled

The memorial will be recorded and will air at a later date.

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Another Clinton comes to NC to help Hagan bid

Bill Clinton says Kay Hagan should be re-elected as North Carolina U.S. senator because she will keep working so the country can "grow together" during the economic recovery.

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Retraction: Wrong image shown in previous story

Last month, we reported on the sentencing of Michael Poth, who was convicted of the murder of Marine Lance Corporal Philip Bushong in Washington D.C.

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Camp Lejeune: Crews repairing sinkhole on NC 172

Camp Lejeune officials say a section of N.C. 172 is closed so crews can repair a sinkhole.

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    Israel partially reopens access to holy site

    Israel partially reopened access to the Temple Mount for Muslim prayers Friday, a day after taking a rare step of closing it amid Israeli-Palestinian tensions following the shooting of a controversial rabbi and subsequent killing of a suspect.

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