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Officials investigating fatal car crash in Pitt County

The N.C. Highway Patrol is reporting a fatal car crash about nine miles north of Vanceboro in Pitt County.


(Greenville Police Department photos)

Greenville Police arrest 19-year-old in abandonment of pit bull

Greenville Police have arrested and charged a 19-year-old in connection with the abandonment of a white pit bull found on Jan. 13.


Sheriff: Man arrested after kicking and stomping on victim's head

Christopher Jerome Campbell, 37, was arrested Feb. 10 for domestic assault in which the victim was severely injured.


Severe Weather Alert Day in effect on Friday

StormTrack12 is declaring a Severe Weather Alert day on Friday. We can expect the entire gamut of precipitation types during this storm, depending on our exact location.


Elderly man killed in Washington Co. house fire

Washington County Sheriff John Barnes told NewsChannel 12 a house fire killed one man on Thursday.


North Carolina elk hunting approved for mountains

Fifteen years after elk made their return to western North Carolina, the once overhunted animals will now be targeted for hunting in the state again.


UPDATE: Man arrested for allegedly helping to cover up murder

Detectives with the Pitt County Sheriff's Office have charged a man in connection to the death of a woman found dead in her SUV.

Zika mosquito


Official: North Carolina lacks ability to track mosquitoes

North Carolina's chief epidemiologist says the state lacks the ability to track and combat the spread of mosquitoes as concerns about the Zika virus spread.


(Pamlico County Sheriff's Office photos)

Accused donkey killers expected to face a judge

The Pamlico County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two teenagers in connection with an incident where three donkeys were shot and killed last weekend.


Ed Carter

Local man traces his roots to free blacks who fought in the American Revolution

It's estimated that 5,000 black soldiers served on the Patriot side during the Revolution, which lasted from 1775 to 1783.

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