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Man arrested on heroin trafficking charges

The Pamilco County Sheriff's Office says a man has been arrested for trafficking heroin.


Embezzlement charge against youth club leader

Investigators say the president of a youth baseball club in Pender County stole more than $30,000 from the organization.

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Officials weigh in on drinking apps

Smart phone app stores have several apps available that say they can track your alcohol content. NewsChannel 12’s Juliana Valencia took a closer look at the app, “Can I drive yet?” and talked to officials on whether or not using it is a good idea.

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Police: Man arrested for stealing campaign signs

A Lenoir County man was arrested Saturday for allegedly stealing campaign signs.


Deputies: Man steals TV, robs convenience store

A man was arrested after he allegedly stole a TV, left, and then returned to rob a convenience store in Pitt County, according to the Sheriff's Office.


Family raising money to bury Marine veteran killed in crash

The family of a Marine veteran killed in a fiery car crash says they need help paying for his burial.

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6 die in fire at eastern North Carolina home

Authorities say six people have died in a house fire in eastern North Carolina.


Moped driver injured in hit and run crash

A moped driver was struck by a vehicle and the driver left the scene Saturday night according to New Bern Police communications.


2 shot at Labor Day party in Pitt County

Deputies say they are looking for whoever shot two people at a party in Pitt County early Saturday morning.


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ATF offering reward in stolen firearms case

After a Wilmington gun company had 39 hand guns stolen, one government agency and a trade association for the firearms industry are offering up a $10,000 for information leading to an arrest.

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    Pro-wrestlers shake things up in North Korea

    The crowd cheers as the stars make their way to the ring for first pro-wrestling bout North Korea has seen in almost 20 years.

    Back then, we're told the spectators thought the action was real.

    Now, they're more savvy, and appreciative, clapping loudly ...




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