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Three charged in meth lab bust, one suspect nine months pregnant

Three people were arrested Friday in Carteret County in connection with meth labs at two separate homes.


Two out of five armed robbery suspects arrested

Five armed masked men stole from a Kinston mini-mart and held the clerk at gun point, according to Woody Spencer with the Kinston Department of Public Safety.


(Left) Luke Martin, Sr. (Right) Luke Martin, Jr.

New Bern resident, son of Civil War soldier, dies at 97

97-year-old Luke Martin, a lifelong resident of New Bern, died on Sunday. NewsChannel 12 spoke with Martin in September 2014 about Craven County commissioners designating a day in his honor.


Tracking light rain, snow showers

Tracking light rain and snow flurries in Eastern North Carolina. No accumulation expected because we're above freezing temperatures.


Publix and Starbucks coming to New Bern

New Bern Alderman Jeffrey Odham announced on his Facebook page that two new businesses are coming to New Bern.

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Park Service holds meetings about pumping sand in Buxton

The National Park Service is holding two open houses this week to learn what the public thinks of a proposal to pump sand along the eroding beach in Buxton.

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Courts, revenues could alter NC legislature's school agenda

The public school agenda at the upcoming General Assembly session will almost certainly involve raising minimum salaries for teachers and considering what merit pay should look like in North Carolina.


1,000 gallons of sewer water spilled into a creek

Jacksonville city officials say a thousand gallons of untreated waste-water has spilled into a creek.


Person found dead inside home, foul play not suspected

Tyrrell County Deputies found a person dead inside a home.


Beaufort County man is arrested on drug charges

Beaufort County deputies have arrested a man and charged him with several marijuana related counts.

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  • NYC blizzard Jan

    Better safe than sorry or #Snowperbole?

    It's the "crippling and potentially historic" blizzard that turned out to be neither.

    "They were trying to out-drama each other," architect Rebecca Uss in New York City said Tuesday, speaking of officials in the region who had warned of the coming sno...