Gov. Cooper vetoes $23 billion state budget

Governor Roy Cooper says he will veto the state's budget, sending it back to the GOP dominated state legislature.


Two men will remain held on $1 million bonds following a shooting at a Pitt County night club after making their first appearances in court Monday morning


A man accused of killing his son-in-law more than three years ago is due in court Monday on murder charges.


The Highway Patrol says a passerby spotted the overturned vehicle in a ditch around 7:30 a.m. on Highway 102 near County Home Road.



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Supreme Court reinstates Trump travel ban


Music therapy helping patient heal


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Club owner, security personnel arrested following shooting


Kinston City Council discuss de-annexation plans


$18K raised by Riley's Army sends 18 kids to Camp Rainbow


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Store manager reacts after winning lotto ticket sold in Williamston


Takata files for bankruptcy, overwhelmed by air bag recalls


Family calling new service dog 'a lifeline'


Pres. Trump urging legislators to pass healthcare overhaul


SCAM ALERT: BBB warns of PayPal scam on online sales sites


153 killed after gas explosion in Pakistan


Charlotte Police investigating 47th homicide of 2017


NC NAACP leader to stay on instead of retiring early


Missing Charlotte teen found safe in Georgia


Downed trees/power lines, flooded roadways reported in Craven County


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Former ECU football player shot and killed in Raleigh


Authorities: Mom left 2 kids in hot car as punishment


65 percent of Americans would rather have this than a lot of money


Koch network withholding support of Senate health-care bill, pushing for changes


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