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Fatal crash victim, community figure laid to rest

A well-known figure in the New Bern community was laid to rest Saturday.

Two West Craven High School football players killed in car crash

Family members and friends are mourning the loss of two high school seniors and football players following a car crash Friday afternoon.

NAACP 10th annual march & rally in Raleigh

Demonstrators seeking what they call progressive policies in North Carolina state government are gathering for their 10th annual march and rally, led by the state NAACP.
  

NC teacher job protections law to be argued in front of the Supreme Court

A North Carolina law that sought to strip job protections from public school teachers is being attacked by groups representing police officers and state government retirees.

Sheriff: Fatal house fire in Greenville began in garage

Pitt County emergency crews were dispatched to 3832 Old River Road in Greenville for reports of a house fire at 6:30 p.m. Friday.

Mother of teen charged with donkey killings speaks to NewsChannel 12

Two teens charged with killing three donkeys in Pamlico County had their first appearances in court Friday.

'Project Runway' finalist LeBlanc to speak at NC museum

Fashion designer and "Project Runway" finalist Justin LeBlanc will discuss how his ties to North Carolina influence his work in a program at the North Carolina Museum of History.

Weather conditions wet but cold temps could make driving tough in Onslow Co.

Onslow County got a lot of rain and that's about it on Friday. However, with the cold temperatures, Highway Patrol troopers told NewsChannel 12's Jessica Albert (@jalbertWCTI) people should stay home unless absolutely necessary.

Earthquake in Oklahoma, Feb. 13, 2016

Earthquake rattles Oklahoma residents

A magnitude-5.1 earthquake struck Oklahoma early Saturday.

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported the epicenter of the earthquake was 17 miles northwest of Fairview.

"We have no reports of damage as of yet, but we did get a good rock n' roll," Che...

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed

Atlanta mayor hits Sanders on race relations claim

The Democratic mayor of Atlanta criticized Bernie Sanders on Friday for claiming at a recent Democratic debate that race relations would be better if he is president than they are under President Barack Obama.

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