The talk of a crematory in Farmville has some community members up in arms. More>>
In 2013, 62 murders stemming from domestic violence were reported by the state. More>>
Pitt County Schools announced plans for make-up days that were missed this week due to winter weather. More>>
Sobbing on the witness stand, the Army captain whose sexual assault accusations triggered the court-martial of a general testified Friday that they had a three-year affair and that he threatened to kill her and her family... More>>
A Pikeville man is behind bars accused of shooting another man. More>>
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - A pregnant South Carolina woman who drove a minivan carrying her three young children into the ocean surf off Florida is being charged with attempted murder and aggravated child abuse.
9 On Your Side is proud to present Justice 4 All. Call (888) 616-0614 to speak with lawyers from the North Carolina Bar Association. 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>>
After recovering in a treatment center in Spain one aquatic animal is returning home.
A woman in New York is $2 million richer all thanks to a fortune cookie.
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>>
A Mecklenburg County jury has returned a life prison sentence for a man convicted of killing three people more than five years ago. More>>
A forecast of frozen precipitation has forced another shutdown of the North Carolina Zoo. More>>
Uncertainty over a short-lived proposal to open employment to gays at Kentucky's largest private child care agency prompted many supportive churches to withhold giving last year, creating a multi-million dollar shortfall. More>>
A Fayetteville man who police say stole a physician's identity and used it to write prescriptions and operate a fake clinic has surrendered to police. More>>
Facebook and sister site Instargam enacted new restrictions on the selling of guns on their sites. More>>
State Sen. Martin Nesbitt, who this week stepped down as minority leader because of illness, has died. He was 67. More>>
In his immaculate blue dress uniform, Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair stood ramrod straight before a judge Thursday and pleaded guilty to three charges that could send him to prison for up to 15 years. More>>
Police say two girls died in a house fire in Ahoskie, while their father and another child were injured. 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>>
A North Carolina judge says Duke Energy must take immediate action to eliminate the source of groundwater pollution at its coal ash dumps.
A total of 85 people have died from the flu in North Carolina since the flu season began in October 2013.
Deputies and the SBI say they're continuing their investigation into a fatal Williamston stabbing. More>>
Two men are behind bars after a home invasion robbery in Greenville early Thursday morning. More>>
No one was hurt when a milk truck caught fire on Interstates 40 and 85 in Alamance County. More>>
Wilson County officials say a quadriplegic is dead and two family members hospitalized after fire destroyed the man's home. More>>
A little man in Rhode Island is getting full police honors as he battles leukemia. More than 200...
A businessman who lost $500,000 on table games at a Las Vegas casino on Super Bowl weekend says he shouldn't have to pay. More>>
A North Carolina man accused of seeking to join an al-Qaida-linked militant group is scheduled to appear in court to officially hear the federal government's case against him. More>>
The superintendent of North Carolina schools is helping to launch a campaign to get books to elementary school students. More>>
Gov. Pat McCrory says he's looking at whether he'd like changes to a law phasing out job protections of North Carolina school teachers while giving raises to the highest-rated instructors who enter multiyear... More>>
A house fire in Edgecombe County killed two people Wednesday. More>>
The latest, coolest and updated apps. That's what App Wrap Wednesday is all about! 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>>
Curbing crime and growing the local economy is the promise of a project in Kinston. City leaders are in the planning phases of a new river walk project.
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.
Police say a routine patrol led to the arrest of a man for drug charges and stealing a van. More>>
There's an update on the investigation into the Havelock stabbing that killed a man. More>>
A Washington man is accused in a December breaking and entering.
This week is North Carolina's Severe Weather Awareness Week. More>>
Cold temperatures and rainy skies will stay in the forecast to end the work week. More>>
Travel conditions are improving for drivers across several counties in the east Wednesday morning. More>>
Washington D.C.’s Smithsonian National Zoo is welcoming four new lion cubs this week. Video from the zoo shows... More>>
Police in Lenoir are searching for suspects in the theft of more than $41,000 worth of bronze vases from a local cemetery. 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 transgender teenager who said he was beaten and sexually assaulted in a California high school bathroom recanted the story, police said Tuesday.The 15-year-old student at Hercules Middle/High School "admitted he fabricated the whole story" during an interview with a detective, Hercules police Detective Connie Van Putten said.The teen, who is biologically female but identifies as male, had told officers he was leaving a boy's bathroom at the school Monday morning when three other boys pushed... More>>
North Carolina state Sen. Martin Nesbitt has stepped down as the Senate's minority leader because of a recent medical diagnosis. Sen. Dan Blue is taking his place. More>>
The film industry may see a renewal of incentives to stick around in North Carolina. State Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker says she optimistic about a plan in the works during the N.C. Governor's Conference held in Charlotte on Monday. In 2013, the general assembly approved the tax overhaul plan ending a 25 percent tax break for the film industry next year. To read more about the possible plan and what Decker says ... More>>
A mystery text message from "Southern Bank” appears to be potential scam.
The prosecutor leading an investigation into fraud in an academic department at North Carolina says a retired administrator tied to the case won't face charges. More>>
A federal magistrate judge says North Carolina must provide documents to groups suing to overturn recent voting changes that were created even after Gov. Pat McCrory signed the law last summer. More>>
The cause of a fire at a Bethel auto salvage yard is under investigation this afternoon. More>>
Tuesday’s messy weather didn’t stop some from celebrating National Pancake Day. More>>
A report from the National Park service shows visitors to its sites at both ends of North Carolina drew visitors who spent a lot of money in 2012. More>>
NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty is among five people being honored in North Carolina for their contributions to the success of the state's tourism industry. More>>
Police in Eastern Carolina are offering suggestions to keep you and your family safe during wintry weather conditions. More>>
Who would've thought a simple hat could be so popular? Singer Pharrell Williams turns his Grammy’s fashion moment into a charitable cause.
It was a frenzy of juicy missiles as the Battle of the Oranges gets underway in northern Italy. The event marks an important medieval... More>>
With Monday a snow day for many in Washington, D.C. people found creative ways to have fun.
In the nation's capital, the snow may have paralyzed the government Monday, but one military family was undaunted.
Beaufot County Sheriff's deputies have arrested a woman for providing pseudoephedrine to a couple for the purposes of manufacturing methamphetamine. More>>
Beaufort County Sheriff's deputies arrested Kacey Midgette of Jamesville on 11 counts of "obtaining a controlled substance by fraud." More>>
A Pitt County Commissioner is accused of “berating and belittling” a citizen for speaking at a public meeting.
A federal court-appointed receiver is suing key players in a North Carolina online company that promised big returns in a massive Ponzi scheme. More>>
University of Alabama officials say former President, Joab Thomas, has died at the age of 81. More>>
A Florida company says it has an agreement to recover the remaining gold from a ship that sank off the coast of the Carolinas in 1857 in one of the worst maritime disasters in American history. More>>
A community in need gets action. For the first time in years, federal housing officials visit the New Bern Housing Authority complex to talk future projects.
The closing of Vidant Pungo Hospital in Belhaven may mean higher taxes for people who live in Beaufort County.
Dominion Power reports more than 2,200 customers are without power, a majority of those live in Martin and Dare counties. More>>
The state Transportation Department is holding more public hearings on a proposal to apply tolls on previously free ferry routes and raise prices on others. More>>
The Supreme Court will examine the North Carolina dental regulatory board's claim that only dentists should be allowed to whiten teeth. More>>
Nearly 20 Forsyth County employees have gone to the hospital for evaluation after a toxic dry cleaning chemical spill at the county jail. More>>
Officials at East Carolina University say classes beginning at 5 p.m. or later today are cancelled. More>>
North Carolina regulators have cited five more Duke Energy power plants for lacking required storm water permits after a pipe collapse at one of the company's coal ash dumps caused a massive spill, coating 70 miles of... More>>
A Shelby, N.C., man has been sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter in the stabbing death of a teen near Myrtle Beach. More>>
A state panel designed to provide more information to voters about a proposed change to North Carolina's Constitution involving jury trials has postponed meeting because of the winter weather. More>>
Tuesday marks the ninth annual National Pancake Day fundraiser at IHOP. More>>
Greenville police are looking for the person who shot a man in the leg over the weekend. More>>
Fire crews successfully put out a fire at a grain mill in Williamston Sunday night. More>>
WASECA, Minn. (AP) - The body of a fallen Marine from Minnesota is being returned to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.
During Sunday night's NBA match-up between the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls, Chicago's Jimmy Butler saved a ball by... More>>
A North Carolina couple ties the knot at a hospital in Greensboro all so the bride's father could be there. The couple was originally supposed to...
A 16-year-old girl died after her vehicle ran off the road and became submerged in a creek, authorities said. More>>
A basketball tournament in Charlotte ended with violence at a party at a hotel that featured rapper Sean "Diddy" Combs. More>>
A proposed change to North Carolina's Constitution involving jury trials is on the ballot in November, so a state panel is meeting to write an explanation for voters. More>>
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Perhaps atoning for past sins, Hollywood named the brutal, unshrinking historical drama "12 Years a Slave" best picture at the 86th annual Academy Awards.
Concerned citizens in Greene County continue their mission to rescue neglected horses. More>>
Commercial fishermen want to raise the cost of their licenses so that North Carolina can fund enough turtle-protecting observers to let boat captains keep their nets in the water.
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>>
Charlotte is joining other cities that have eliminated the question about criminal records on city job applications.
The main highway along North Carolina's Outer Banks is open again after road workers replaced a crumbling culvert underneath.
US Secretary of Defense, Chuck Hagel, appeared on the CBS Sunday talk show, Face the Nation, and spoke on the intense, critical situation happening in Ukraine. More>>
A North Carolina 19-year-old faces jail time after pulling down his pants while walking away from a judge.
Undergraduate tuition at Duke University will increase 4 percent to $45,800 a year following approval by the school's Board of Trustees.
North Carolina regulators have issued notice to Duke Energy that the company will be cited for environmental violations related to a massive coal ash spill that coated 70 miles of the Dan River with toxic sludge. The state Department of Environment and Natural Resources said Friday that the two notices relate to separate violations of wastewater and storm-water regulations. The agency could levy fines against Duke for the violations, but the amount has not yet been determined. The spill beg... 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>>
Environmentalists say they began seeing the Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea, or PED, virus in North Carolina in June. Although the virus doesn't directly pose a concern for humans, the way the dead pigs are being disposed of does. More>>
Ruth's House is celebrating its one year anniversary of serving women, children, and even some men, who have been affected by domestic violence. More>>
DMV officials are discussing several new changes to reduce the congestion and wait times at North Carolina DMV offices. More>>
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One Kinston Taco Bell is closed after a small electrical fire.
A highly-paid government contractor credited with saving North Carolina taxpayers millions left behind little documentary evidence of that work. More>>
Authorities have arrested a 17-year-old Rowan County high school student who they say created an Instagram account and posted a nude photo of a 15-year-old girl on the social media site. More>>
The Carolina Beach Town Council is saying no to seismic testing for oil and gas off the North Carolina coast.
A Rocky Mount firefighter has developed an app for Google Glass that helps dispatch communicate with emergency responders faster. More>>
Emergency crews called off a search for a plane crash Friday in a heavily wooded area in Castalia, N.C. More>>
Organizing for Action, a group formed to back President Barack Obama's agenda, has fired one of its fundraisers and acknowledged falling short of its standards... More>>
A California judge ordered Chris Brown to remain in an anger-management rehab program and told the pop singer to return to court in two months.... More>>
California was lashed Friday by heavy rains that the parched state so desperately needs, though with the soaking came familiar problems: traffic snarls, power outages and the threat of mudslides. More>>
A Wake County commissioner and former candidate for lieutenant governor has been hired as chief operating officer in Gov. Pat McCrory's budget office. More>>
For months, two South Carolina electricity providers have been working to remove millions of tons of coal ash from waste pits. More>>
Officials in west Georgia say country comedian Tim Wilson has died of a heart attack. More>>
Blue Cross and Blue Shield executives say the company spent $65 million more on systems projects and initiatives in 2013 than it did the year before, much of which was attributable to the Affordable Care Act. More>>
State regulators are concerned about another leaking pipe at a Duke Energy coal ash dump, this time in western North Carolina. More>>
Police in Landis accuse a Rowan County school bus driver of allowing student to smoke marijuana on the bus. More>>
Authorities have arrested a 17-year-old Rowan County high school student who they say created an Instagram account and posted a nude photo of a 15-year-old girl on the social media site. More>>
The Craven County economic development department says their new online database will bring new business to its communities More>>
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 12-year-old is now charged in last Friday's bomb threat at a Jacksonville middle school. More>>
Former New Bern Mayor Lee Bettis wants to be district attorney. Bettis was in Raleigh Friday morning trying to file paperwork. More>>
The list of candidates who filed Feb. 10-28 with the North Carolina State Board of Elections for selected statewide and federal offices, with name as to be listed on ballot, hometown or address provided and party (when... More>>
A Greenville attorney arrested for intimidating a state witness and resisting an officer, files for a Pitt County district court seat. More>>
Three men are behind bars after crack cocaine, cash and guns were found. More>>
Two men are facing drug charges after being arrested in the New Bern Walmart parking lot. 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.
Almost 100 students from Brinson Memorial Elementary School toured Cherry Point air station on Tuesday. More>>
The First Lady of North Carolina cancels her visit to Beaufort County Friday. More>>
High water in the Neuse River is putting the Cherry Branch-Minnesott Beach route is on a one boat schedule today.
A Williamston man was arrested early Friday morning on multiple charges, including attempted First Degree Murder.
Most hopefuls for North Carolina office are down to the final hours to enter the 2014 elections or wait to see if they avoid campaign rivals.
The leader of a nonpartisan think tank that writes in-depth about North Carolina policy issues and potential solutions is retiring after more than 30 years at the post. More>>
The Girl Scouts named Laura Lee Davis their membership director for Craven, Carteret and Pamlico counties. More>>
NC DOT and City of Greenville officials hosted an open forum on the Dickinson Avenue Improvements Project. More>>
Our Weekend Buzz rounds up family friendly events for you and your loved ones.
New Bern Alderman Bernard White believes there's not enough minority representation on the search panel for city manager. More>>
The North Carolina Democratic Party has set a date to work out details on a new executive director after Chairman Randy Voller fired the previous one. More>>
The North Carolina Press Association has named journalist Charlie Rose its 2014 North Carolinian of the Year at its annual meeting Thursday. More>>
The North Carolina Press Association has selected new officers for 2014-15. More>>
Swansboro Elementary School has two new reasons to be proud. Mary Brooks, the Lead Exceptional Children Teacher at Swansboro Elementary School, has been selected Onslow County Schools’ Exceptional Teacher of the Year. Her fifth grade student, Damien Hicks was named EC Student of the year. The honors were announced Wednesday, February 26 at Infant of Prague during a Knights of Columbus banquet. The event is held annually to recognize and thank Jacksonville area exceptional children teachers fo... 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>>