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Eastern Carolina food banks raise hunger awareness

Food banks across Eastern Carolina are raising awareness for hunger with Hunger Awareness Month.


One killed, 11 injured in helicopter accident aboard Camp Lejeune

One military member is dead and 11 are injured after a CH-53E helicopter had a hard landing during a training exercise aboard Camp Lejeune Wednesday night.


Family meets nurse who performed life-saving CPR in Vidant parking lot

In January of last year, a Williamston man was visiting his wife at Vidant’s Rehab Center in Greenville. While in the parking lot, he went into complete cardiac arrest. A rehab nurse was with him and immediately began CPR. Now, the man's family…


ECU Police hold first press conference of the football season

ECU Police held their first press conference of the season Thursday morning to talk about the big game.


Greenville Utilities customers getting natural gas rate reduction

Customers of Greenville Utilities will notice a change in their natural gas bill.


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Jacksonville Police Department receives ballistic vests for two K9s

Thanks to a nationwide event that raised over $335,000, two Jacksonville Police Department K9s have received ballistic vests.


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Wayne County Sheriff's Office arrests one after break-in

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man after an investigation into a break-in that happened in July.


Fred continues in the far eastern Atlantic Ocean

Tropical Storm Fred continues to track in the far eastern Atlantic

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Water quality swimming advisory lifted for site in Beaufort County

A swimming advisory at a sound-side site in Beaufort County was lifted on Wednesday.


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Man convicted, sentenced for assaulting officer

A man convicted of assaulting an officer in Pamlico County has been sentenced to 3-5 years in prison.

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    Judge orders defiant Kentucky clerk to jail

    Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her s...