Another Florence-related death reported in Craven County

Another Florence-related death reported in Craven County

A 67-year-old man was the 36th North Carolinian to die related to Hurricane Florence, the governor reported Tuesday.
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More water to be released from Falls, Jordan lakes into Neuse, Cape Fear rivers

With Hurricane floodwaters receding across much of eastern North Carolina, the Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday that more water will be released in the coming days from Falls Lake and Jordan Lake.
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Deaths of Littleton family ruled murder-suicide

Authorities have ruled the deaths of three family members in a Halifax County home in June to be a murder-suicide.
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Florence caused $1.1B in NC agriculture losses

Initial estimates for crop damage and livestock losses in North Carolina from Hurricane Florence are expected to be over $1.1 billion, state officials said Wednesday.
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UNC-Wilmington delays reopening for another week

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington won’t resume classes until Oct. 8, a week later than earlier forecast, officials said Wednesday.
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Durham announces date for start of early voting for November general election

Voters in Durham will be able to cast their ballots early for the upcoming November general election, starting next month.
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