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Cold, wet kitten rescued from storm drain in Clayton 02:18

Cold, wet kitten rescued from storm drain in Clayton

Corinth Holders coach on message to his players after playoff loss 00:34

Corinth Holders coach on message to his players after playoff loss

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County 01:27

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County

See Johnston County chainsaw artist Corey Lancaster in action 01:13

See Johnston County chainsaw artist Corey Lancaster in action

Scotty McCreery sings with Timber Drive Elementary chorus in Garner 04:07

Scotty McCreery sings with Timber Drive Elementary chorus in Garner

Alligator at the door! 00:25

Alligator at the door!

Watch cop guide stray dog to safety on Texas highway 00:21

Watch cop guide stray dog to safety on Texas highway

McCrory speaks about U.S. Justice Department finding on HB2 16:19

McCrory speaks about U.S. Justice Department finding on HB2

34 snakes removed from Orange residence 01:27

34 snakes removed from Orange residence

HB2 protesters sound air horns outside McCrory meeting in Raleigh 00:36

HB2 protesters sound air horns outside McCrory meeting in Raleigh

Rep. Sgro calls for repeal of HB2 following DOJ ruling 01:44

Rep. Sgro calls for repeal of HB2 following DOJ ruling

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Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs

Corinth Holders girls basketball coach Brandy Smith finds that just making the playoffs was a worthwhile experience for her players, especially those coming back next fall.
Elliott Warnock ewarnock@newsobserver.com
Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs 00:45

Corinth Holders girls coach on value of making playoffs

Cold, wet kitten rescued from storm drain in Clayton 02:18

Cold, wet kitten rescued from storm drain in Clayton

Corinth Holders coach on message to his players after playoff loss 00:34

Corinth Holders coach on message to his players after playoff loss

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County 01:27

Novo Nordisk Announces Expansion in Johnston County