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Pitt County debates putting body cams on deputies

Body cameras are technology that will protect citizens and officers alike. Greenville Police Department already has them and has already ordered more; the Pitt County Sheriff's Office is ready to get on-board, but with a few hesitations.


Belhaven mayor sends warning to Onslow Co. about Vidant Health

Onslow Memorial Hospital and Vidant Hospitals announced a partnership in the works last September. Ahead of any deal being finalized, Belhaven Mayor Adam O'Neal and the state's NAACP President, Rev. Dr. William Barber have a warning for the…


Woman's civil case against City of Jacksonville dismissed

A woman speaks up about a civil case she recently lost involving the City of Jacksonville.


Murder charge filed in Vanceboro homicide

A Vanceboro man is charged with murder after a fight leads to another man's death. 


Three family members killed in wreck

A mother, father, and their son, all from Swansboro, are killed in a 10-vehicle crash in Alabama.


Juvenile petition filed in Newport school bus fires

According to the Newport Police Department, a juvenile suspect was identified in the Newport Elementary School school bus fires.


Car lands in ditch during overnight wreck

A car lands in a ditch after a wreck was reported on a stretch of Highway 70 in Jones County.

Grant Hayes, Laura Ackerson

Court denies appeal in 2011 murder of Kinston mother

The North Caroline Court of Appeal denied the appeal for Grant Hayes in the 2011 death and dismemberment of 27-year-old Laura Ackerson.

NC Zoo

Ice finally melts from walkways, NC Zoo reopens after week

One of North Carolina's top tourist attractions is reopening after being closed for a week by winter's snow and ice.


Woman charged with selling a controlled substance

Pamlico County Deputies said they received information through social media that lead to an arrest.

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  • Ferguson is everywhere sign Los Angeles

    Report finds discrimination in Ferguson

    A Justice Department civil rights investigation has concluded that the Ferguson Police Department and the city's municipal court engaged in a "pattern and practice" of discrimination against African-Americans, targeting them disproportionately for tr...

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