Police in Lenoir are searching for suspects in the theft of more than $41,000 worth of bronze vases from a local cemetery. More>>
Concerned citizens in Greene County continue their mission to rescue neglected horses. More>>
The Department of Health and Human Services recognized the first group of instructors to graduate the state's new Youth Mental Health First Aid program. More>>
With the health care enrollment deadline of March 31st quickly approaching, North Carolina enrollment numbers are rising. More>>
DMV officials are discussing several new changes to reduce the congestion and wait times at North Carolina DMV offices. More>>
One Kinston Taco Bell is closed after a small electrical fire.
One person is dead and at least one other injured after an accident Wednesday morning in Lenoir County. More>>
A Kinston man is behind bars accused of breaking into a home. More>>
Officers from the Kinston Department of Public Safety met with community members Wednesday to discuss community issues, and drink coffee.
Commissioners think they can do it by switching to a low-interest loan to repay debt. More>>
The demand for solar energy is rising. In the east, companies are doing more to meet the demand. By the end of this year, 5 solar farms will be in operation in both Greene and Lenoir counties. More>>
One man has been injured and another is wanted after a shooting in Kinston. More>>
A man was shot multiple times Sunday afternoon at the C-Mart located at 510 JP Harrison Blvd, according to Kinston Police. More>>
Thousands are spending the weekend enjoying some baseball and helping Lenoir County’s economy. More>>
Some residents, including several senior citizens, were evacuated from a Kinston apartment complex Thursday night.
The father of a Kinston woman murdered three years ago by her ex-boyfriend and his wife is not buying Amanda Hayes's apology. More>>
9 On Your Side is working to get the details on a Lenoir County house fire. More>>
A former North Carolina lawmaker, convicted on several counts of fraud and money laundering, will get a new trial. More>>
Innovative problem solvers and preparing our students for the ever developing world economy. More>>
The Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office arrested a suspect in a fraud investigation. The suspect posed as an employee who had hiring rights at a private business in Kinston. More>>
The nation's roller coaster weather is starting to impact food prices all over the country.
Dozens of emails between a Kinston mother, her ex-boyfriend, and his wife are being read to the jury in the murder trial of Amanda Hayes.