As part of WNCT's 60th anniversary, we're looking back at 9 days in September of 1999 few will forget. More>>
Plans are in the works to further consolidate the managed-care organizations that administer North Carolina's treatment of the mentally ill and substance abusers and care for the developmentally disabled. More>>
The EMS provider that declared bankruptcy, leaving Bertie County in a lurch is on the move. More>>
Greenville police responded to an armed robbery at a gas station Tuesday night.They got the call to respond to the Trade Wilco station on North Memorial just before 9:30 PM.Police say two males wearing bandanas entered the store with guns demanding money from the clerk.The suspectsran away after getting an unknown amount of cash.If you know anything, you are asked to contact the police or call CrimeStoppers. More>>
Police in New Bern are investigating a series of armed robberies that appear to be related. More>>
The worst drivers in the world always seem to be the ones driving next to you, don't they?
There’s new information in that fatal hit-and-run at a Greenville Walmart. More>>
A barn being used as a chicken hatchery caught fire Tuesday. More>>
A man has been charged with breaking into 11 of his neighbors’ homes. More>>
Two hundred new jobs are on the way to Onslow County. More>>
Police need your help to identify the suspect in an attempted armed robbery in the Greenville Mall parking lot near Pier 1 Imports. More>>
An appeals court says a North Carolina state trooper should not have been fired when the Highway Patrol determined he violated its truthfulness policy about his wide-brimmed hat. More>>
It will cost more to visit North Carolina's three aquariums next year. More>>
The founder of Boeing is being celebrated on the anniversary of the Wright Brothers' historic flight. More>>
A grand jury indicted the owner and the operator of a State Fair ride that sent 5 people to the hospital in October.
A private ferry serving Bald Head Island has run aground near the mouth of the Cape Fear River, injuring several passengers. More>>
Deputies say they've charged two men accused of robbing a bank in Oriental. More>>
Spirits were made a little brighter Tuesday morning at the James and Coney Maynard Children's Hospital. More>>
Six U.S. service members were killed Tuesday when a helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan, U.S. and NATO officials said.
An 87 year old woman had to be medevaced from a cruise ship east of Ocracoke. More>>
A Camp Lejeune Marine is dead after attempting to skydive in Australia. More>>
Along Highway 17 in Vanceboro is a Christmas light display to brag about. More>>
U.S. Rep. Walter Jones says North Carolina officials should consider whether marijuana would help children who suffer controllable seizures. More>>
They're some of the most popular products on store shelves but the Food and Drug Administration is concerned that makers of liquid hand soap or body wash are promising results they just can't deliver.
The family of a 13-yr.-old girl wants answers after a routine procedure went terribly wrong.
Public school teachers are promising action against a new North Carolina law that eliminates job protections toward paying teachers based on job performance.
The North Carolina Republican Party chairman says GOP state Sen. Bob Rucho should apologize for a Twitter comment in which he compared the Affordable Care Act with Nazis and terrorists. More>>
Environmentalists want a federal judge to block coyote hunting in northeastern North Carolina near a wildlife refuge that's home to the world's only wild red wolves. More>>
A new scam is targeting veterans who are reaching out for help.
Officials in North Carolina are suing an out-of-state online lender, its related companies and their owner for offering loans that in some cases charge borrowers up to 342 percent interest. More>>
Four men face charges in Lenoir County after deputies say they broke into a family's home, held a group of children at gunpoint and ransacked the place. More>>
The Mega Millions jackpot inched toward a U.S. lottery record Monday as it soared to $586 million amid a frenzy of ticket purchases, raising the possibility that the prize could pass the once-unthinkable $1 billion mark by... More>>
State budget cuts are forcing local school districts to make some tough choices. More>>
Police are looking for the suspect that robbed two women at an area Dollar General. More>>
Three men are in the Greenville Police Department's custody after two separate armed robberies. More>>
Unattended cooking caused a fire Saturday evening in Greenville. More>>
Researchers with OCEARCH are tracking a shark off the North Carolina Coast. More>>
Police are looking for the suspect that broke into some coin machines and stole the money inside. More>>
Two men are accused of the assault and robbery of a young woman. More>>
Booking information on the Horry County Sheriff's Office website indicates that 21-year-old Jenelle Lauren Evans was arrested on a "breach of peace" charge Saturday evening. More>>
A juvenile has been identified as the suspect who stole 8 packs of e-cigarettes from an area Food Lion. More>>
Carteret County commissioners will meet tonight to talk about whether the school system should get more taxpayer dollars to cover cost. More>>
The cause of a house fire on Topsail Island is under investigation. More>>
Beginning January 1, 2014 Mount Olive College will officially become the University of Mount Olive, according to college President, Philip P. Kerstetter. More>>
Ferries along the North Carolina Outer Banks will resume winter operations after the reopening of the Bonner Bridge. More>>
What are the chances of a White Christmas in Eastern North Carolina?
Three men arrested early this morning are charged with shooting a Fountain man in the head last week. More>>
Investigators in Kinston say three suspects assaulted a man before getting away. More>>
Governor Pat McCrory and Transportation Secretary Tony Tata announce the reopening of the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge on N.C. 12 at 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon. More>>
By The Associated Press As bells tolled 26 times Saturday to honor the dead on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook school massacre, Ryan Knaggs thought of two young victims who played soccer with his... More>>
The New Bern Police Department is investigating the robbery of a pizza man. More>>
A Winterville five year old gets a dream trip to the happiest place on earth. More>>
In just one day, the Washington Housing Authority along with several charitable organizations put together a new playground for their community. Saturday afternoon about 200 volunteers worked tirelessly to put together a new playground at the Oakcrest Complex in Washington. The new playground’s design is based on drawings created by children who participated in a Design Day event in October. Prior to the build, the... More>>
Four high school football teams from Eastern North Carolina played for state championships today and two of them will bring home hardware. The Havelock Rams won their third straight state title today with More>>
One of the largest jackpots in U.S. lottery history climbed even higher Saturday after no ticket matched all six numbers to win the $425 million top Mega Millions prize. More>>
A Richlands man is behind bars, accused of murder.
Greenville Police are investigating an overnight armed robbery near East Carolina University. More>>
This Saturday marks one year since the deadly shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn. We're looking at how the horrific event impacted school security in Eastern North Carolina. More>>
The scheduled burning of the million-dollar home once owned by former NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield as part of a fire training exercise has been canceled. More>>
Police are searching for the suspect that robbed an area bank Friday morning. More>>
A woman is charged with misdemeanor child abuse.
A South Central High School assistant principal has been charged with simple assault involving a student. More>>
A Goldsboro man put a cardboard box over his head and stole a security camera during a robbery attempt. More>>
Greenville police are investigating where a young man was held up at knifepoint last night at the University Manor Apartments More>>
At around 10:30 Thursday night, East Carolina sent an alert about an attempted armed robbery near campus. More>>
9 On Your Side's mobile app has gotten a facelift! More>>
Top recruit Kentavious Street will verbally commit to NC State this afternoon. The announcement is expected to made at 3:30 at JH Rose High School. As 9 On Your Side reported earlier in the year, Street More>>
A Wilmington police officer has been cleared after he was questioned about using excessive force when a police dog bit a suspect. More>>
A Wake County detention officer has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the beating death of an inmate at the Wake County jail last summer. More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory is ready to light the State Capitol Christmas tree. More>>
Sheryl Anderson, a mother to twin boys, Jacob and Joseph, struggles regularly with one of her son's disabilities, autism. More>>
After 37 years in prison, a Wilson man, convicted of murder, may get a chance at freedom. More>>
Emergency repairs on the Bonner Bridge are done. More>>
Deputies in Lenoir County are asking for the public’s help to identify a person of interest.
State officials say U.S. 64 between Interstate 440 in Raleigh and Interstate 95 near Rocky Mount has been added to the future Interstate Highway System. More>>
The crew of Coast Guard Station Hobucken, N.C., received a new 45-foot Response Boat - Medium Thursday. More>>
North Carolinians who earn any kind of taxable income in the state have to fill out a new NC-4 state withholding form. More>>
A Jacksonville man is behind bars, accused of multiple robberies. More>>
A Wilmington mother is accused of trying to kill her own son. More>>
The Pitt County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit says they have spent the past two days concluding several on-going drug investigation which have resulted with the arrest of more than 18 drug dealers. More>>
Bob Barker's 90th birthday present is urging one more contestant to "come on down" from the audience on "The Price Is Right." More>>
The astronauts aboard the International Space Station dimmed the lights, turned off unnecessary equipment and put off science work Thursday as NASA scrambled to figure out what's wrong with a key cooling unit. More>>
Police are investigating a home invasion in Kinston. More>>
The suspect wanted in a meth lab investigation in Deep Run is behind bars. More>>
Police say it happened at the Ashley Furniture Distribution Center on Pactolous Highway. More>>
One man is dead and three others behind bars after a meth lab explosion in Pink Hill. More>>
Authorities are looking for a missing Jones County man.
Bertie County commissioners are making sure emergency services won't be interrupted while they look for a new provider. More>>
Trees for Troops is coming to Marine Corps Air Station New River Thursday. More>>
The co-architect of a new budget deal in Congress concedes the political accommodation is modest, but says it moves a fiscally challenged government "in the right direction." More>>
Firefighters in Craven County responded to a mobile home early this morning.Craven county dispatch confirms multiple crews are battling a mobile home fire on Clermont Road in James City.We will keep you updated as more information becomes available. More>>
Bethel Police are looking for a second person in connection with a felony child abuse case. They arrested Latoya Kechelle Carter and charged her with felony child abuse. More>>
A Texas teenager got behind the wheel drunk and killed four people. Prosecutors pushed for a 20-year sentence for 16-year-old Ethan Couch, but a judge sentenced the teen to just ten years probation. More>>
The man accused of faking sign interpretation next to world leaders at Nelson Mandela's memorial told a local newspaper that he was hallucinating and hearing voices. More>>
An undercover operation at a motel near Raleigh-Durham International Airport has led to the arrest of a 21-year-old man who's accused of subjecting a 17-year-old to prostitution. More>>
A federal affidavit accuses a Minnesota National Guard member of stealing classified information from his former military unit at Fort Bragg, N.C. More>>
A North Carolina legislator has resigned following her arrest on felony tax charges. More>>
When it comes to masterminds in technology, just about everyone can name a few, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, among many.
A judge in Duplin County ruled “not guilty” today in the county’s first gambling and video sweepstakes case to go to court. More>>
An overnight house fire is under investigation.
America's Next Top Model casting agents were in Greenville Wednesday. More>>
IRVING, Texas East Carolina junior quarterback Shane Carden has been named Conference USA¹s Most Valuable Player according to announcement by the league office Wednesday.
It's an annual tradition in the east; riders hitting the open road for the less fortunate. More>>
Durham Police Chief Jose Lopez said Jesus Huerta died of a self-inflicted gun shot wound.
Student athletes in Pitt County are safer than any other high school athletes in the state according to the National Athletic Trainers' Association. More>>
A murder in Greensboro left a former ECU football player dead. More>>
Greenville Police are investigating where a vehicle hit a home on Harding Street last night. Officers responded after the vehicle hit the home at 101 North Harding Street and drove away. More>>
The man who served as a sign language interpreter during Nelson Mandela’s memorial in South Africa Tuesday is now accused of being a fraud.
Greenville police tell 9 On Your Side they were called to the Waffle House restaurant on Greenville Blvd. around 1:00 Wednesday morning for a report of an armed robbery. More>>
The N.C. Department of Transportation will hold a series of public meetings along the Outer Banks in January to gather input from citizens on the long-term plans for N.C. 12 in Rodanthe on Hatteras Island in Dare County. More>>
Lenoir County sheriff's deputies are looking for a man who robbed a grocery store in Kinston. More>>
White Oak Elementary School was awarded $25,000 from U.S. Cellular as part of their 2013 Calling All Communities Campaign. More>>
Authorities in Iredell County have accused a Mooresville man training for a student teaching job of having child pornography on his computer. More>>
Police in Asheville have charged the driver of a limousine driver involved in a wreck that killed a Pennsylvania couple. More>>
South Lenoir High School was on a modified lockdown Monday. More>>
New Bern's mayor is passing the torch on Tuesday. More>>
It's no secret burglars like to steal money, weapons, and electronics. But these days they're also interested in taking your prescription medications. More>>
Former North Carolina lawmaker Stephen LaRoque will have to wait another month to find out whether he'll get a retrial. More>>
The technology chief at the N.C. Department of Health and Services says the agency's new $255 million computer system for processing Medicaid claims is working well, despite a critical audit and complaints from medical... More>>
North Carolina's tax collection agency is reminding millions of people who work or generate other income to fill out a new form by the end of the month to ensure the amount withheld from their paychecks is adjusted... More>>
Officials in Currituck County say they recently met with North Carolina Department of Transportation officials about the long-delayed construction of a Mid-Currituck Bridge. More>>
About 20 associates are needed at the new Walmart Express store in Oriental. More>>
Police say three suspects are in custody in a Newport home invasion. More>>
A Union County couple has been indicted after an 11-year-old boy was found handcuffed to a porch with a dead chicken tied to his neck last month. More>>
Police say three people have been shot in New Bern, including one who has died.
Environmentalists are not backing away from a lawsuit over replacing the only bridge to much of North Carolina's Outer Banks, continuing a court fight despite pressure from politicians. More>>
An Elizabeth City State University student whose bid for city council was originally rejected by the local elections board has been sworn into office. More>>
Tens of thousands of South Africans and leaders and dignitaries from around the world came together to honor the late Nelson Mandela. More>>
Work is set to begin Tuesday on a bridge replacement in Pitt County. More>>
Greenville Police tell 9 On Your Side that officers responded to a report of shots fired in the area of West 13th Street last night.
Dr. Dewey Clark will succeed James Gray the third as president of the four-year, liberal arts college in Rocky Mount. More>>
Pamlico County Schools selected Sherry Meador, principal of Fred A. Anderson Elementary School, as their 2013 principal of the year. More>>
A review panel is looking into the operations, academic performance and money controls of charter schools that want to stay in operation for up to another 10 years. More>>
A new online tool launches today for parents in Pitt County. It allows them to instantly check their child's grades, assignments, attendance and more with the click of a button. More>>
Honesty, a commitment to community service and hard work – they're just a few qualities the Greenville Police Department looks for when recruiting new officers. More>>