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Major crash with multiple victims in Lenoir County


Lenoir County burned puppy now with Wake County rehab group


UPDATE: George H.W. Bush in ICU, Barbara Bush also hospitalized


UNC president: Job candidates say no, citing House Bill 2


Phillip's Forecast: Mild and breezy under clearing skies Wednesday PM


'Will & Grace' 10-episode revival set for 2017-18 season


Homicide investigation underway in Goldsboro


Navy sailor pleads guilty to child porn charges involving a Wayne County girl


MCC board votes to remove Dr. Ann Britt as president


Onslow County woman, charged with felony malicious castration, bonds out of jail


Gray Television reaches long-term agreement with Dish


Federal grand jury indicts New Bern doctor on drug trafficking charges


GUC considering taking over Bethel's water and sewer systems


WITN's Teacher of the Week: Rachel Storms of Winterville


Sylvan Heights shows off wood duck on Sunrise


Polar Bear Plunge 5K at A Time for Science


Prosecutors say widow knew about Orlando attack ahead of time


PET OF THE WEEK: Sampson


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While announcing an extension to Edward Snowden's Russian residence permit, his lawyer said he hopes the new U.S. administration will re-examine