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    Man charged in New Bern post office accident

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    Police charge a man for crashing into the lobby of a New Bern post office Friday morning. More>>

    Wilson police investigate late night shooting

    Wilson police identify 7-year-old boy killed after shots fired at home Video included

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    Police have identified a 7-year-old killed in a shooting Wednesday night in Wilson. More>>

    Three arrested with meth, sawed-off rifle in Kinston

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    Three people are facing charges in Kinston after police seized drugs and weapons. More>>

    Belhaven mayor stopping in Fredricksburg as walk to D.C. continues Video included

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    Friday, Belhaven mayor Adam O'Neal will be stopping in Fredericksburg, Virginia as part of his 237 mile walk to the nation's capital. More>>

    UNC inviting ex-athletes back to complete degrees

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    North Carolina is inviting former athletes who left before completing coursework to return and earn their degrees.
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    Millions in insurance rebates coming to Carolinas

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    Millions of dollars in health insurance rebates will be coming to consumers in South Carolina and North Carolina from companies the government says spent too much of premium dollars on profits and red tape last year.
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    Almost 90 students receiving degrees from Miller-Motte College in Greenville Video included

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    Almost 90 students will receive their degrees and diplomas from Miller-Motte College in Greenville on Friday.The commencement ceremony is being held at the Greenville Convention Center at 6:00 p.m.North Carolina Senator, Don Davis, will deliver the commencement address. Senator Davis represents the fifth district which consists of Greene County along with parts of Pitt, Wayne, and Lenoir Counties as well.Miller-Motte College originally formed in Wilmington in 1916 and primarily offers Associa... More>>

    Greenville police asking for public's help in assault case

    Via: Greenville Police Department in regards to assault investigation Via: Greenville Police Department in regards to assault investigation
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    Greenville Police are taking to social media in an assault investigation Thursday. More>>

    Innovator's Academy wraps up in Pitt County Video included

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    Two weeks of hard work wrapped up for sixth and seventh grade students wishing to be innovators. More>>

    Proposed Pitt County charter school waits for Sept. decision Video included

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    A new charter school is now just one step away from opening in Pitt County. More>>

    Suspect identified in Dover vehicle theft

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    Deputies say they've identified the suspect in a Dover motor vehicle theft.  More>>

    Local students artwork on display attracts thousands Video included

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    The artwork of 300 local students is getting the attention of thousands. More>>

    Washington police arrest 4 on drug charges

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    Police have arrested four men on drug charges. More>>

    Police investigate vehicle break-ins at Vidant Medical Center Video included

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    Vidant Company Police investigate several vehicle break-ins on the Vidant Medical Center campus. More>>

    Man in custody in connection to Jacksonville shooting death Video included

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    Police now have a man in custody in connection to a shooting death investigation.
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    Kinston police investigating shots fired into home

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    Kinston police are investigating a report of shots fired into a home. More>>

    Newport parents jailed on child abuse charges

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    Two Newport parents are behind bars, accused of child abuse. More>>

    McDonald's stands by rotten meat supplier

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    McDonald's is standing by a troubled supplier, even after allegations the company processed tainted and expired meat in China. More>>

    ECU Autism Center receives crucial $1M grant Video included

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    East Carolina University received an anonymous $1 million gift for its Family Autism Center to expand its services. More>>

    Ayden Police investigating shooting

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    Ayden Police say a gunshot victim took himself to Vidant Medical Center Wednesday evening. More>>

    Taking precautions against new mosquito virus Video included

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    The types of mosquito that can potentially carry the Chikungunya virus are common in eastern North Carolina.   More>>

    Former Kinston representative Stephen LaRoque gets another trial delay

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    Former Representative Stephen Laroque gets another trial delay. This time his retrial has been pushed from October to February 2, 2015.  More>>

    New Bern Safety Fair

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    Thanks to everyone who came out to the 9 On Your Side Safety Fair in New Bern! More>>

    Officers seize 3 pounds of pot from Lenoir County home

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    Multiple law enforcment agencies arrested a man and a woman on Tuesday after finding more than three pounds of marijuana in side their home in Kinston. More>>

    Warrant out for suspect in armed robbery of Jacksonville internet café

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    Deputies say a warrant has now been issued for 21-year-old Deontre Randall. More>>

    Pitt County deputies make narcotics arrest

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    Deputies in Pitt County have charged a man with Obtaining a Controlled Substance by Misrepresentation. More>>

    Mother and son held at gun point, robbed in home Video included

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    A mother and son were held at gun point in their home when it was robbed late Tuesday night.
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    McCrory signs bills on Common Core, health care

    Gov. Pat McCrory (File Photo) Gov. Pat McCrory (File Photo)
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    Gov. Pat McCrory signed several bills Tuesday, including one abolishing Common Core in North Carolina and another that was sponsored by the late Dr. Jim Fulghum of Wake County. More>>

    New group forms in fight to get Vidant Pungo Hospital re-opened Video included

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    It's now been 3 weeks since Vidant Pungo Hospital shut its doors. More>>

    Health officials confirm chikungunya in Cabarrus Video included

    Cabarrus County health officials have confirmed the county's first case of chikungunya, saying the patient was infected while traveling in a Caribbean country. More>>

    Pitt County deputies charge men in sweepstakes bust

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    Deputies say they've charged three men in a Pitt County sweepstakes bust. More>>

    Columbia men charged in Monday robbery

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    Deputies say they’ve arrested two men for robbing a man at a Columbia intersection. More>>

    Red Cross in urgent need of blood donors Video included

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    The American Red Cross reports blood donations are down approximately 8% over the last 11 weeks. More>>

    Two people arrested multiple drug offenses in Beaufort County

    Richard Brown and Brandi McMillen were arrested in Beaufort County for multiple drug offenses. Richard Brown and Brandi McMillen were arrested in Beaufort County for multiple drug offenses.
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    Investigators with the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office Drug Unit arrested a man and a woman on Friday for multiple drug crimes. The sheriff's office said Brandi McMillen, 39, and Richard Brown, 40, were arrested after selling investigators Oxycodone following an investigation. More>>

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    • Belhaven mayor stopping in Fredricksburg as walk to D.C. continues

      Belhaven mayor stopping in Fredricksburg as walk to D.C. continues

      Friday, July 25 2014 10:55 AM EDT2014-07-25 14:55:43 GMT
      Friday, Belhaven mayor Adam O'Neal will be stopping in Fredericksburg, Virginia as part of his 237 mile walk to the nation's capital.
      Friday, Belhaven mayor Adam O'Neal will be stopping in Fredericksburg, Virginia as part of his 237 mile walk to the nation's capital.
    • Millions in insurance rebates coming to Carolinas

      Millions in insurance rebates coming to Carolinas

      Friday, July 25 2014 6:34 AM EDT2014-07-25 10:34:04 GMT
      Millions of dollars in health insurance rebates will be coming to consumers in South Carolina and North Carolina from companies the government says spent too much of premium dollars on profits and red tape last year.
      Millions of dollars in health insurance rebates will be coming to consumers in South Carolina and North Carolina from companies the government says spent too much of premium dollars on profits and red tape last year.
    • Police seek man who refused tuberculosis treatment

      Police seek man who refused tuberculosis treatment

      Thursday, July 24 2014 8:06 PM EDT2014-07-25 00:06:27 GMT
      Prosecutors in Northern California said Thursday that they have obtained an arrest warrant for a tuberculosis patient who has refused treatment and may be contagious, putting those around him at risk.
      Prosecutors in Northern California said Thursday that they have obtained an arrest warrant for a tuberculosis patient who has refused treatment and may be contagious, putting those around him at risk.
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