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Beware: Enjoy state parks, but watch your step

State parks in North Carolina had 15 million visitors last year. As outdoor season kicks in, officials are reminding people that deaths from falling are rare. But they still caution people to be aware of their surroundings in hopes of preventing another death like that of Stephanie Anderson on Saturday at Crowders Mountain State Park.

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Wednesday's ceremonial first pitch at Five County Stadium involved a special homecoming for Tech. Sgt. Lance Daigle of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. TSgt. Daigle received the ceremonial first pitch from his children Karley and Cameron and then surprised them by unveiling himself as the catcher.
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