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Fred remains a fish storm

Tropical Storm Fred continues to track in the far eastern Atlantic

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17 NAACP branches deliver letters in support of Voting Rights Act

North Carolina NAACP branches are holding 17 simultaneous news conferences and delivering letters stating their support of a proposal to restore and strengthen the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

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State, FBI join forces to find long-term prison escapees

Efforts by the N.C. Department of Public Safety and the FBI have led to the resolution of cases involving 43 long-term escapees from the state's prisons.
  

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Man busted for allegedly trafficking meth worth $300K

A collection of local and North Carolina state law enforcement busted an Atlanta, Georgia man on a long list of charges after they say they discovered him with more than $300,000 dollars in methamphetamine. 

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Warrant: Man left bite marks across 2-year-old's body

Authorities have charged a Winston-Salem man in the death of a 2-year-old boy who they say had bite marks on various parts of his body that were caused by the suspect.

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Land owners frustrated by slow development of Havelock Bypass

NCDOT gives Havelock residents update on the proposed bypass around the Craven County city.

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Jurors deliberate in white supremist murders

The jury is deliberating the fate of a white supremacist and former North Carolina man who admitted fatally shooting three people last year at two Kansas City-area Jewish sites.

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Pirates name JUCO Blake Kemp as starting QB vs. Towson

It's game week in college football and East Carolina is ready to kick off its season on Saturday at 6 p.m.

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Mother of overdose victim doesn't want to see anymore lives lost

Monday was International Drug Overdose Awareness Day.

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ECU staff prepare for first game of the season

As the Pirates get ready to kick off their first home game of the season, preparations have already started to prepare for the many fans headed to Greenville.

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    Obama wants new icebreakers in the arctic

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday will propose speeding up the timeline for purchasing and constructing new Coast Guard icebreakers in the Arctic, an area where the United States has fallen behind Russia in resources as the melting sea ice creates mo...

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