Local boys and girls heard classic stories Monday night as part of Pitt County's pledge for the "Read Across America" push. More>>
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in North Carolina. More>>
Emergency crews responded to the scene of a rolled over log truck. More>>
Every day a life is saved because someone took the time to give blood. More>>
A car accident backed up traffic in Pitt County Monday afternoon, after a car went into a ditch. More>>
Pitt County 911 dispatchers responded to a house fire in Chicod Sunday night. More>>
Greenville Fire officials give advice on how to avoid fires in your home. More>>
When bad weather hits, it doesn't just create problems on the roadways. More>>
Two new mini-retail giants could be heading to Greenville. More>>
Fire crews just finished putting out a kitchen fire in Greenville.
Hero can officially be added to the title for one special Greenville police officer. More>>
The talk of a crematory in Farmville has some community members up in arms. More>>
Pitt County Schools announced plans for make-up days that were missed this week due to winter weather. More>>
A woman’s boyfriend is accused of causing traumatic head injury to a 3 month old child. More>>
Police arrested a man after finding him in possession of a large amount of heroin. More>>
A 9 on your side investigation uncovers questionable remarks made by Paul McLawhorn---a Farmville Police Lieutenant. More>>
A Greenville man was arrested Thursday night and charged for a series of car break-ins. More>>
Facebook and sister site Instargam enacted new restrictions on the selling of guns on their sites. More>>
The Olympics are over. Other games are still ahead. More>>
The design phase is underway for a roundabout in Greenville at the intersection of West Fifth, Tyson Street and 14th Avenue. More>>
It’s the season of potholes and drivers are taking notice. More>>
9 On Your Side is saluting National Women's History Month by saluting the ladies making something out of their lives. More>>
Two men are behind bars after a home invasion robbery in Greenville early Thursday morning. More>>
The Pitt County Animal Shelter started a unique program that requires pets to be spayed or neutered before they can go to a new home. More>>
A CNN hero visits Eastern North Carolina to inspire a younger generation. More>>
Higher water and sewer prices in Pitt County. Greenville Utility customers might be in for a rate increase. More>>
Students are paying more than ever for a college degree, as tuition rates at our public universities in North Carolina have steadily increased over the past decade. More>>
Spring break for ECU students is just a few days away.
A man is dead after a four-car accident in Pitt County. More>>
East Carolina officials have announced that the Conference USA series opener between East Carolina and Marshall scheduled for this weekend at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium has been altered due to potential forecast of inclement weather in the area.
Travel conditions are improving for drivers across several counties in the east Wednesday morning. More>>
A new study by the advocacy group Small Business Majority finds one in five small businesses in North Carolina were forced to lay off workers during the extreme winter weather. More>>
A mystery text message from "Southern Bank” appears to be potential scam.
The cause of a fire at a Bethel auto salvage yard is under investigation this afternoon. More>>
Opening night at the Eastern Regionals in Fayetteville will now feature only one game. More>>
Tuesday’s messy weather didn’t stop some from celebrating National Pancake Day. More>>
A Pitt County Commissioner is accused of “berating and belittling” a citizen for speaking at a public meeting.
Officials at East Carolina University say classes beginning at 5 p.m. or later today are cancelled. More>>
Greenville police are looking for the person who shot a man in the leg over the weekend. 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>>
A Mayor Clinic study suggests the rapid growth in cases of thyroid cancers may be a result of technological advancements and lead to the treatment of “low-risk tumours”.
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>>
Emergency crews are the first to respond when you need help.
Almost a third of North Carolina's counties have received permission from state elections officials to reduce early-voting hours heading into the May 6 primary below what last year's elections overhaul law demanded... More>>
A Greenville attorney arrested for intimidating a state witness and resisting an officer, files for a Pitt County district court seat. More>>
When school budgets are tight, school supplies for students is often what gets cut. That’s why some teachers in the East are taking matters into their own hands to help their students get the best education.
NC DOT and City of Greenville officials hosted an open forum on the Dickinson Avenue Improvements Project. More>>
In a complaint filed by Councilwoman Rose Glover she says she was injured by a folded table lying on the floor at the TJ Maxx on Evans Street in Greenville. More>>
New details in a drug overdose investigation. Deputies now say it is part of trend hitting our schools.
Highway Patrol Troopers have located a pickup truck involved in an accident on February 14th.
Greenville Police are interviewing suspects after shots were fired into a neighborhood Thursday afternoon.Police Spokesperson Kristen Hunter says it happened around 4 p.m. in the Kearney Park neighborhood. That’s near South Greenville Elementary School.We’re told a man was walking down the street when a car came up behind him driving slowly. He told police he took off running and then heard 6 to 7 shots fired. No one was injured in the shooting.Hunter say it’s not clear if the men in the vehi... More>>
From cars to children's clothes, people are selling and others are buying. It's all happening online through “Online Yard Sale” pages on Facebook. More>>
Gang violence is a problem that affects more than just specific neighborhoods. More>>
Teachers, parents and state lawmakers are now working together to figure out a fair way to reward the best teachers with more money, and Pitt County School leaders are playing a key role in the process. More>>
Fourth graders at Ridgewood Elementary in Winterville learned about helmet safety Wednesday morning.
It’s not the outcome many people standing outside a Belhaven meeting were hoping for. The members of the Pantego Creek LLC voted 78-24 against saving Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven. More>>
A community plea for help went viral after a woman found a dog, barely alive, on the side of a highway. More>>
Distracted drivers and drunk drivers are the biggest dangers on our roads today and one community college is helping students see and understand those dangers. More>>
Three people made it out safely after their car plunged into a Pitt County pond. More>>
Craven County, Carteret County and Pitt County school systems are considering cutting substitute teachers' hours. More>>
Evaluating your child's teacher – that’s the focus of a new state education report that uses things like test scores and teacher subject-knowledge to rank them. More>>
The only veterinarian in the town of Grifton has outgrown their practice and now they're opening a new, larger clinic with state of the art technology. More>>
Helping your students succeed – that’s the goal of Pitt Community College's new tutoring center. More>>
The Greenville Police Department responded to shots fired at the Forbes Woods apartment complex. More>>
Fifty students, from four universities, climbed their way to East Carolina University for a rock climbing competition. More>>
An eastern North Carolina woman loses nearly $6,000 after scammers threaten her with jail and deportation. More>>
The Pitt County Sheriff's Office arrested a man who engaged them in a high speed pursuit.
Music is a universal language. And in Pitt County schools, it also is used during music therapy. More>>
East Carolina University officials say water service has been fully restored to residence and a dining hall on College Hill drive after damage occurred Friday night during demolition of Belk dorm.
A severe line of storms rumbled through North Carolina Friday afternoon producing damaging winds, vivid lightning, heavy rain and even some damaging hail. More>>
Greenville Police help make the wish of a 6-year-old boy come.
Many people struggle to find the right balance to live a heart healthy life. More>>
The Pitt County Department of Social Services wanted to respond to our report. We sat down with officials to discuss it. More>>
Bomb threats and their hoaxes require a trained eye to determine which is which, but in most cases it also requires a trained nose. Bomb-sniffing dogs walk right up to the threats to see if they are real dangers. More>>
With the recent cold temperatures will come high utility bills. Now, scammers are swooping into North Carolina. More>>
A new non-profit tutoring program launches in Greenville, aimed at keeping your kids in school and off the streets. More>>
A dangerous mix of synthetic heroin is making its way into North Carolina.3 people died in Sampson, Person and Transylvania counties.
A Vanceboro man was sentenced to 20 years after he pled guilty to sex crimes.
The Greenville Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying two suspects from a December armed robbery at the Waffle House.
Deputies arrested two suspects after a string of breaking and entering reports.
Airport Manager Jerry Vickers says they're in need of money to put a strong incentive package together. More>>
Greenville police have made an arrest in several breaking and entering cases. More>>
Gulf War Illness affects around 250,000 veterans in the nation with its symptoms of chronic pain and fatigue. More>>
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) can be found in many public places, including malls, gyms and schools. More>>
A former North Carolina lawmaker, convicted on several counts of fraud and money laundering, will get a new trial. More>>
A gay club in Greenville shut down by the 10th Street Connector is trying to make it its way back into the city. More>>
A local precious metals refining company was named Pitt County's Industry of the Year. More>>
Here is the latest information from the city of Greenville on closures and trash collection during the Christmas holiday. More>>
What does a teacher actually do in the classroom for seven hours a day, five days a week? And what challenges do they really face? More>>