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Groups aim to combat child abuse Video included

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Child abuse affects hundreds of children in Eastern Carolina every year. More>>

Greenville-Pitt County Senior Games events begin Tuesday

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Tuesday the Greenville-Pitt County Senior Games Program kicks off its Local Games. More>>

Highway Patrol cracking down on distracted drivers Video included

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The North Carolina Highway Patrol is cracking down on speeders and texters this week for Operation Slow Down. More>>

Chocowinity man arrested in meth lab bust close to school

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Beaufort County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a man for manufacturing and distributing Methampehtamine from a residence approximately 300 feet from Chocowinity Middle School. More>>

Clean-up underway following eastern Carolina tornado Video included

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The official report on the tornado that hit eastern North Carolina has been released by the National Weather Service. More>>

NWS: EF2 tornado struck eastern Carolina on Monday Video included

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An EF2 tornado tracked across several counties in the east Monday afternoon, destroying homes and damaging others. More>>

Red Cross, other agencies respond to Beaufort County tornado damage Video included

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Beaufort County, especially Beech Ridge Road, was hit hard by Monday afternoon’s tornado. More>>

Community affected by tornado thankful hospital still open Video included

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Many of those injured when the tornado hit went to the Pungo hospital in Belhaven.
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Beaufort Co. wreck turns up stolen items and drugs

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A Washington man is behind bars after a motor vehicle crash that involved a pedestrian.
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New Phone Scams

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The Beaufort County Sheriff's office is warning of an increase in telephone scams.  More>>

Man arrested for shooting at his wife Video included

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A Beaufort County man is behind bars, facing assault charges. Deputies say On April 3, 2014 around 4:30, they responded to a home on Brookshire Drive in Bath in reference to a female reporting that her husband had shot at her. More>>

The brotherhood of law enforcement Video included

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For New Bern Police Chief Toussaint E. Summers, Jr., all of his police officers including fallen Officer Alexander Thalmann are represented by a thin blue line between two black bars. More>>

How does the Affordable Care Act affect you? Video included

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The Affordable Care Act is changing the way health care works in the country. It's also affecting individuals and providers. More>>

New Bern officer remembered in hometown Video included

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Wednesday night family and friends of the New Bern officer killed in the line of the duty over the weekend gathered in his hometown of Washington.Alexander Thalmann’s mother thanked the hundreds of people that came from acrosseastern North Carolinato honor his legacy. She spoke about her son’s love for the job. “I'm so happy that he was doing something he loved doing because so many people don't, and I want to thank you all for coming. thank you,” said Stacey Thalmann.Dezmond Ross was a child... More>>

Bethel mayor a trailblazer

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A trailblazer takes over the town of Bethel. Gloristine Brown's the first female and first black mayor for the town. More>>

Police investigate Washington assault

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Police are investigating a Washington assault. More>>

9OYS Investigates: Trends in rural healthcare access Video included

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Lack of insurance, rising costs and scarcity of services are all challenges people living in rural communities face when it comes to healthcare. More>>

Controversy stemming from PED virus Video included

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State officials and environmental groups are at odds about the state's action in the PED virus outbreak affecting pig farms in North Carolina. More>>

Turnage Theater reopens in downtown Washington

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In just a few months, a downtown Washington entertainment icon will be back in business.    More>>

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