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After 5.1 earthquake last year, NC mayor describes 'jolt' as 3rd quake strikes town in 3 weeks

SPARTA, N.C. (WJZY) – There were no reports of damage or injuries in Sparta after another earthquake shook the town Thursday.This time it was 2.2 magnitude with 30 people who reported feeling the quake.This is their third earthquake in just three weeks.

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After 5.1 earthquake last year, NC mayor describes 'jolt' as 3rd quake strikes town in 3 weeks

Mary’s Kitchen receives big donation from Spirit Aerosystems employees

KINSTON, N.C. (WITN) -A local soup kitchen has received a huge donation from employees of an area business.Employees of Spirit Aerosystems in Kinston donated $20,000 to Mary’s Kitchen.The kitchen serves over 125 meals a day to people in need.

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Mary’s Kitchen receives big donation from Spirit Aerosystems employees

Health Care Workers urge community to be cautious as COVID restrictions ease

NEW BERN, N.C. (WITN) - As the state lifts the stay-at-home order on Friday, Health care workers on the front-lines of this pandemic are urging the community to be vigilant and continue practicing the 3 W’s.

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Health Care Workers urge community to be cautious as COVID restrictions ease

Governor Cooper Says A Federally Funded COVID-19 Vaccination Site Is Opening In North Carolina

RALEIGH, N.C. — Governor Roy Cooper announced on Friday that a new COVID-19 vaccination center is opening in Greensboro, North Carolina in partnership with the federal government.

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Governor Cooper Says A Federally Funded COVID-19 Vaccination Site Is Opening In North Carolina

Weekly Wrap: Reopening veto, relaxing restrictions, delaying elections

Raleigh, N.C. — The effort to reopen schools now amid the coronavirus pandemic could be derailed, while the push for summer school to help students catch up after months of online classes is advancing.Gov.

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Weekly Wrap: Reopening veto, relaxing restrictions, delaying elections

Health officials: Low flu cases a promising sign COVID guidelines are working

Of nearly 3,000 flu tests administered in North Carolina last week, only one came back positive.

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Health officials: Low flu cases a promising sign COVID guidelines are working

Credit card processing problems reported across NC

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)- Problems with credit card outages are affecting areas up and down the East Coast.

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Credit card processing problems reported across NC

Asheville police searching for attempted murder suspect

Asheville, NC (FOX Carolina) - Asheville police are searching for a suspect they say is responsible for a shooting that left one person critically injured.

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Asheville police searching for attempted murder suspect

Sparta mayor describes ‘jolt’ after third earthquake strikes this month

SPARTA, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)- No reports of damage or injuries in Sparta after another earthquake shook this city yesterday.This time it was 2.2 magnitude with 30 people reporting the shakes.This is their third earthquake in just three weeks.

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Sparta mayor describes ‘jolt’ after third earthquake strikes this month

Rizzi’s grab the highlight of Pack softball’s rain-soaked 4-1 win against Gardner-Webb

It was a wet afternoon to play ball at Dail Softball Stadium, but while the downpour meant there wouldn’t be a full game of softball, the rain didn’t stop the game early enough to prevent the NC State bats from catching fire.

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Rizzi’s grab the highlight of Pack softball’s rain-soaked 4-1 win against Gardner-Webb

Organizer reflects on High Point sit-ins 61 years later

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Most historians and writers say the sit-ins at a High Point Woolworth 61 years ago were the first to be organized by high school students.

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Organizer reflects on High Point sit-ins 61 years later

‘Armed & dangerous’ man wanted after shooting 2 people at Roanoke Rapids Walmart

ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. (WNCN) — Roanoke Rapids police are investigating after they say someone walked up to a vehicle in the parking lot of Walmart and fired a single shot, striking two people that he knew, according to Chief of Police B.L.Martin.

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‘Armed & dangerous’ man wanted after shooting 2 people at Roanoke Rapids Walmart

Warmer for the weekend, with a First Alert for widespread rain on Monday

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Rain showers will linger tonight and become more scattered overnight into Saturday morning.Saturday morning low temperatures are expected in the lower 40s around Charlotte, and lower 30s around Boone.

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Warmer for the weekend, with a First Alert for widespread rain on Monday

Only on WRAL: Col. Glenn McNeill Jr. speaks about retiring from NC Highway Patrol

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Only on WRAL: Col. Glenn McNeill Jr. speaks about retiring from NC Highway Patrol

VACCINE TEAM: When will clergy be eligible for the vaccine?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - A viewer reached out to the WBTV Vaccine Team with this question: “When will clergy be eligible given they minister to families with sickness and death?” Leaders in our faith community fall into Group 3.

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VACCINE TEAM: When will clergy be eligible for the vaccine?

VACCINE TEAM: Do truck drivers now qualify for the vaccine?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - On March 10, North Carolina will open vaccination appointments to the rest of “Frontline Essential Workers.” It includes a lot of different industries.

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VACCINE TEAM: Do truck drivers now qualify for the vaccine?

Yet another earthquake shakes mountain town of Sparta

ALLEGHANY COUNTY, N.C. — Yet another earthquake shook the mountain town of Sparta on Thursday afternoon, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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Yet another earthquake shakes mountain town of Sparta

Robeson County businesses welcome easing of COVID restrictions

PEMBROKE, N.C. (WBTW) — North Carolina is heading into the weekend with newly-eased COVID restrictions.A new executive order from Governor Roy Cooper went into effect at 5 p.m. Friday that in part ends the state’s modified stay at home order.

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Robeson County businesses welcome easing of COVID restrictions

Cooper vetoes bill that would force K-12 schools to reopen

RALEIGH, N.C. — (AP) — North Carolina Gov.

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Cooper vetoes bill that would force K-12 schools to reopen

WWII hero’s medals, tossed in dumpster, returned to family

HICKORY, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)– When World War II medals, photos, and letters were found tossed in a dumpster, it was a shock to everyone, including the family, who had no idea their dad was a war hero.

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WWII hero’s medals, tossed in dumpster, returned to family