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Pat McCrory concedes governor's race, congratulates Roy Cooper

NEW INFO: Police release photo of suspect in Subway owner stabbing

Double murder suspects appear in court; school holds memorial assembly

Man charged with human trafficking of runaway teen girl

Jim's Forecast: Wet start Monday; Dry afternoon

FIRE CHIEF: 'Extensive damage' after Richard Green apartment fire, cause unknown

UPDATE: Three people shot overnight at Greenville apartment complex

Jacksonville Police arrest man after 11-hour standoff on New River Dr.

Man arrested for attempted murder after shooting at Kinston nightclub

Were you a kid in 1964? We may have your letter to Santa

Belhaven mayor plans to walk around the governor's mansion for hours Monday

The Latest: Police: Pizzeria gunman had AR-15 rifle, handgun

Center for Family Violence Prevention Fundraiser in Greenville

Greenville Pops Christmas Concert on Friday

New historical marker placed for NC's first female doctor, thanks to hard work of ENC high schooler

WITN's 2016 'Look At Those Lights' Contest Announced

GPD: Speed and impairing substances likely cause of fatal crash in Greenville

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: pipeline won't be built under North Dakota lake

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Here's What's Next in Dakota Access Pipeline Fight

Reality soon began to sink in among the thousands who have been battling against the construction of the 1,172-mile Dakota Access Pipeline for months.

Huntsman Praises Trump's Taiwan Call: He Found 'Real Leverage' for China Relationship

Former U.S. Ambassador to China Jon Huntsman comments on President-elect Donald Trump's decision to speak with the Taiwanese President. He also w

N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory Concedes to Democrat Roy Cooper

In a YouTube video released Monday, GOP Gov. Pat McCrory said it was "time to celebrate our Democratic process."

It Doesn't Take Much Smoking to Kill You

Even people whose smoking doesn't add up to much more than about one or two cigarettes a day die earlier than people who never smoked, a study finds.

Online Booking Is, Like, So '90s! Why the Travel Agent Is Back

Frustrated by the overload of information on travel sites, more than 9 million people will use a travel professional to help book a trip this year.