Trump attempts a reset with a rally, new staff and a renewed fight with the media

Nearly a month into a presidency full of missteps, Donald Trump returned Saturday to firmer ground outside of Washington, staging a raucous campaign rally here with a throng of adoring supporters who helped sweep him into the White House.

An Eastern Carolina family is mourning the loss of two siblings who were killed in a car accident on Thursday.

Ivan 'The Russian Bear' Koloff has passed away at the age of 74.

Temps will warm through Sunday, again reaching the low 70s. Rain holds off until next weekend.

UPDATE: Silver Alert canceled for Wilson teen

ECU ALERT: Two stabbed early Saturday morning

Man reunites with off duty officers, nurse who saved his life

ECU Softball Posts Dramatic Sweep On Day Two Of Pirate Clash

Nelson Mandela's grandson speaks at ECU

Family mourns siblings killed at Craven County intersection

Nelson Mandela's grandson speaks at ECU

Ceremony honors first recorded firefighter death in line of duty

Man shot outside Four Seasons Mall in Greensboro

NC child porn investigation leads to arrest of parents in South Africa

Wake Forest names dorm for Maya Angelou

Heart transplant teen meets donor's mother, shares heartbeat

NCEL Drawing 2-18-2017

Roe v. Wade plaintiff Norma McCorvey dies at 69

NBA warns Texas over proposed 'bathroom bill'

Pence pledges U.S. will stand firm with Europe, NATO

North Korea Wants to Block New Autopsy on Leader’s Half-Brother

Vidant Health implementing visitor restrictions due to flu outbreak

FIRST ON WITN: 90 minute standoff in Greenville ends with murder arrest

Man dead, wife seriously injured after 18-wheeler flips onto car

Greenville man given $5 million bond for statutory rape charges

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