Top Stories

chocolate festival

Chocolate Festival kicks off this weekend

The Morehead City Chocolate Festival is the perfect way to satisfy that sweet tooth with everything chocolate.

Compassion Festival gives people chance to see struggles in other countries

Compassion Ministries has a traveling exhibit in Jacksonville through Monday that highlights poverty in other countries.

Greenville Fire & Rescue offers safety tips in kitchen for Super Bowl

Greenville Fire & Rescue offered safety tips for the kitchen as fans prepare to enjoy Super Bowl 50. Unfortunately, it's considered one of the worst days for fire-related accidents.

Officials announce 200,000 gallons of sewage spilled into Neuse River

Havelock City officials announce nearly 200,000 gallons of untreated wastewater leaked into Neuse River system.

Police and mayor talk about death of BMX legend Dave Mirra

The Greenville Police Department and Greenville Mayor Allen Thomas held a news conference early Friday, revealing more on the confirmed suicide death of BMX star Dave Mirra.

Police: BMX star Dave Mirra shot and killed himself with own gun

Famous BMX rider David “Dave” Mirra died on Thursday in Greenville, according to information released by Greenville Police Department Public Information Officer Kristen Hunter.

Dave Mirra

Death of BMX legend Dave Mirra still shocking, answers sought

People are stunned and saddened in Greenville and all around the world after news of Dave Mirra's death. News Channel 12's Nicole Ford (@NicoleWCTI) and Lauren Arnott (@Lauren_Arnott) have team coverage of a sad Friday.

2nd Marine Division holds battle streamer re-dedication ceremony

A battle streamer re-dedication and awards ceremony was held aboard Camp Lejeune Friday in honor of the 2nd Marine Division's 75th anniversary.

Soldiers Taiwan

Magnitude-6.4 earthquake kills 3 in Taiwan

At least three people were killed Saturday morning when a magnitude-6.4 earthquake hit Taiwan, the Taiwanese Disaster Response Center said.

police ambulance emergency vehicles

6 dead people Chicago home ruled as homicides

Six people found dead in a brick bungalow in Chicago's Gage Park neighborhood have been declared homicides, with one woman killed by gunshot and the others by blunt or sharp force, police said.

The bodies were found Thursday afternoon, and authorities...

More Top Stories »

Entertainment

More Entertainment »

Technology

More Technology »

Politics

More Politics »

Money

More Money »
advertisement

advertisement

School Closings

No closings were found at this time.
advertisement
Get the mobile app!

Email & Text Alerts

JOHN WAS HERE, I KNOW NOW... THANKS, ERIK WAS HERE TOO.