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Tropical Depression #3 could be named today

Forecast models are picking up on a tropical system developing within the next couple days.

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N.C. Coastal Resources Commission holds public sea levels meeting

The North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission (CRC) will hold a public meeting today and tomorrow to discuss a study on sea levels.


Shooting incidents in Kinston rise to 31 for 2014

Kinston Department of Public Safety Director, Bill Johnson, says there have been 31 shooting investigations in the city for 2014.


Coast Guard: Summer deaths by drowning on the rise

The Coast Guard is stressing the importance of safe summer boating and swimming practices.

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Deputies: person shot in arm in Onslow County

Man shot with small caliber weapon in right arm


Pitt County woman is arrested on prescription charge

Pitt County investigators have arrested a woman they say forged prescriptions for narcotic drugs.


Hail hits homes hard near Havelock

People are still cleaning up after hail stones fell, some as big as baseballs, damaging homes and cars Monday night. Hill's Mobile Home Park off of Hwy 101 near Havelock saw some of the most hail damage.


Witness talks about Beaufort man's car crash, drug arrest

Donovan Crumbacker, 21, and his 14 year old girlfriend were driving his vehicle on the 500 block of Front Street in Beaufort around 10 Friday night.


North Carolina military members fell victim to electronic retail scams

North Carolina service members who were overcharged for electronics are having their debts forgiven.

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AG: Gay marriage ban ruling in VA could impact NC

A federal appeals court has struck down Virginia's same-sex marriage ban. North Carolina's Attorney General said that ruling could impact our state's gay marriage ban amendment.

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    U.S. economy bounces back sharply

    What a relief. The deep economic contraction earlier this year was temporary after all.

    New data released Wednesday show the U.S. economy bounced back in the spring, growing at a 4% annual pace in the second quarter. That was even better than the fore...


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