The Emerald isle bridge will open beginning at 7:00 a.m. Friday just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Deputies say Cuthrell admitted she made the false claim because she damaged the store owner's car with her scooter and was trying to keep their attention off of that.
Prosecutors say a man will spend 13 years in prison convicted of being one of the largest collectors of child sex abuse images in the history of eastern North Carolina.
Jasmine Yarbro of Beulaville is collecting supplies and money at Sandlin's Oil Company for tornado victims.
We had flooding in several spots across eastern carolina Wednesday night, and it proved to be a pretty big obstacle for some drivers.
Greenville Police say they are investigating 2 shooting less than an hour apart Thursday night. T
The N.C. Center for Missing Persons has issued a Silver Alert for a missing endangered woman, 69-year-old Louvenia Grady Boone.
Scabies, a highly contagious skin condition, is spreading at a Washington County school, and parents are upset with the school district saying more should have been done to prevent the outbreak.
The N.C. Center for Missing Persons has issued a Silver Alert for a missing endangered woman, 60-year-old Mary Gladys Waters.
A Cumberland County jury has found a man guilty of kidnapping and murdering a 5-year-old Fayetteville girl almost four years ago.
A former Camp Lejeune Marine has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter charges and other traffic violations for a crash that killed a woman nearly two-years ago.
Farmville Police are looking for the father of a three-month old who is being treated for burns.
Federal forecasters are predicting yet another busy hurricane season.
Greenville Police are asking for people who may have information about the fire that heavily damaged Gordon's Golf & Ski store on Arlington Boulevard to come forward.
Senate Republicans are handing off their vision of North Carolina's state budget to their House counterparts.
Unless you're heading to the weekend races at Charlotte Motor Speedway, motorists in the state can hit the road without too many headaches for the Memorial Day weekend.
Vanceboro Police have taken a mother into custody after her two-year-old child was found wandering down Main Street.
The United States and Israel are raising hopes for a restart of the Middle East peace process after more than four years of hardly any talks.
Teachers and other civilian employees at Fort Bragg schools face a week or more of unpaid days off as federal budget cuts ripple through the Defense Department.
A New Bern woman and two of her daughters have been indicted for what the district attorney calls "systematic theft of large sums of money" from a medical practice. The mother is suspected of stealing more than $100,000.
Greenville Police say a man walked in to the Wilco-Hess at 3000 Stantonsburg Road around 1:30 Thursday morning and threatened the clerk with a knife, then took cigarettes.
Directors of the "Click It or Ticket" program want people to take a self-portrait while buckled up and parked and share it on Twitter and Instagram or post it directly to the N.C. Department of Transportation's Facebook page.
AAA Carolinas thinks a few more North Carolina motorists will be on the road for the Memorial Day weekend.
Emergency management agencies from all over the east, and National Weather Service members discussed what we can expect this hurricane season during a conference Wednesday at ECU.
The Craven County health complex that closed Monday after a thief stole copper from the building AC unit is now back open and cool again.
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