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Police investigate 80 break-ins

Police in Elizabeth City are investigating 50 commercial and residential break-ins and 30 vehicle break-ins.

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Quarter cent sales tax increase to go before Carteret Co. voters

A quarter cent sales tax referendum will be on the ballot in Carteret County this November


Onslow County couple accused of starving foster children

An Onslow County husband and wife allegedly starved their foster children --just 4 and 5 years old-- by giving them one meal a day, causing them to require hospitalization, arrest warrants say. The suspects are also accused of causing other…


Camp Lejeune releases sketch in connection to indecent exposure

Camp Lejeune officials have released a sketch of a man wanted for questioning in connection to an indecent exposure report last month.


Heroin bust in Pitt County

A Greenville man has been arrested after detectives recovered about 2 ounces of heroin, $7,500, manufacturing equipment, and eight guns from his home.


NC insurers press for higher homeowners rates

North Carolina's insurance commissioner is considering a request from companies seeking to increase homeowner's coverage costs by more than 25 percent on average while more firms demand even higher, unregulated rates.


Police: Clerk embezzled $35,000 from company

A Lenoir County woman is accused of embezzling thousands of dollars from her workplace.


Winterville man killed in motorcycle crash

A man was killed after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle in Winterville, police said.

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Kinston Police identify 16-year-old shot

Police have released the name of a teen who was shot in Kinston Sunday evening.

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NAACP to discuss NC's lack of Medicaid expansion

The state NAACP is holding a funeral procession to represent people that it says have suffered because of North Carolina's refusal to expand Medicaid.

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