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Fatal motorcycle crash under investigation in Onslow County

 A fatal motorcycle accident is under investigation by the Highway Patrol in Onslow County.

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GENERIC FIRE FLAMES

Residents displaced by morning house fire

Residents living in a Hubert home had to evacuate the building Sunday morning after it caught fire.

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Coastal low recap...plus flurries in the forecast

Our latest coastal storm tracked up the coast Friday night. While the worst of the storm in terms of severe weather did remain off of the coast, heavy showers tracked inland in addition to gusty winds.

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ECU Alert: woman assaulted off-campus

A woman was the victim of a sexual assault at a home off campus, according to an ECU Alert.

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Fort Bragg commander removed from position

Officials at Fort Bragg say a squadron commander has been relieved of her position based on the investigation of a July death at Pope Field.

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Hundreds of marines, sailors deploy to Africa and Europe

Nine-hundred Marines and sailors deployed Saturday, January 24th, to support operations in the U.S. African and U.S. European Command areas of responsibility.

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Residents upset about street flooding

Residents on Crump Farm Road in the Brice's Creek neighborhood of New Bern are tired of seeing their road flood.

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POLICE LIGHTS TAPE

Woman assaulted by ECU campus

According to an ECU Alert Saturday morning, a woman was assaulted by four men after they offered her a ride in their SUV.

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Former New Bern Mayor Lee Bettis talks about jail time, future plans

New Bern's former mayor, Lee Bettis, appeared on the WNOS Friday radio talk show "City Talk" and talked about his 90 jail sentence.

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Proposed changes to town buildings in River Bend

A proposal to build a new town hall and reconstruct a few other town buildings in the Craven County community of River Bend has people talking.

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  • New York snow mountain

    NYC mayor: Storm may not be like any we've ever seen

    A monster snowstorm is expected to slam into the Northeast on Monday and Tuesday, dumping what could be up to 3 feet of snow in Boston and New York, along with freezing rain and strong gusts possibly reaching hurricane level. The storm is expected to...

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