Trial underway for Marine charged with killing teen at school bus stop

The trial for a Marine charged for killing a high school student at a bus stop back in March has begun its second day,


Tyrrell County Sheriff Darryl Liverman says two more inmates at the Tyrrell Prison Farm have been found in possession of drugs.


Onslow County deputies say the family of John Smallwood today presented Crime Stoppers with $1,600.25, with a child donating the final 25 cents.


The Pink Hill Police Department is now offering a $500 reward for information that leads to the arrest of a suspected gunman.



High school teacher bonds out of jail after arrest on student sex charges


Phillip's Forecast: Sunny, cold and breezy Wednesday afternoon


President Trump doesn't think Moore loss will hurt agenda


Weather Authority Forecast for Wednesday, December 13th Noon


NCEL drawing for 12-12-17


Player of the Week: Chris Benson


ALABAMA SENATE RACE: Moore not conceding Senate race to Jones


Sources say deal reached on tax overhaul


Don't skip your workout because of the cold


GOP questions political leaning of Mueller team


Uber: No evidence hackers took rider credit card numbers


Alabama House Republican discloses cancer diagnosis


Would-be suicide bomber in New York City faces court hearing


Seymour Johnson holding active shooter drill Wednesday


Crews gain on California fire but threat remains


Trump adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman to leave White House


Muslim summit rejects President Trump's Jerusalem move


UPDATE: Franken praises Smith; still no date to leave


Pitt County man accused of robbing man, breaking into home


Gasoline prices lift US consumer inflation 0.4 percent


Gov. Cooper headed to Edgecombe County Wednesday


Greenville Fire-Rescue hosting chili cookoff to benefit United Way Wednesday


WITN's 2017 'Look At Those Lights' Contest Announced


Class Cancelled: Plymouth High School closed Wednesday due to broken heating system


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The attempted smear took the form of a fake legal document alleging inappropriate behavior by Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer toward a former staffer.

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