WITN | Greenville, NC | News, Weather, Sports

News Topics

Two teens injured in late night Greenville shooting

Three more arrests made in Durham Confederate statue destruction

WILMINGTON: Two Confederate statues vandalized

More high school football games moved to Thursday

ECU offers best prices, seats on world-class entertainment!


Phillip's Forecast: Patchy fog late tonight; Seasonably hot Thursday

Countdown to solar eclipse

Governor Roy Cooper calls for removal of Confederate monuments

Charlottesville victim honored

Windsor finally qualifies for state assistance after floods

Man wanted for questioning in hit & run crash

ECU welcomes thousands of students on move-in day

Trump disbands manufacturing council after Charlottesville flap

Petition to remove Confederate statue from Pitt County Courthouse reaches goal

Workers remove Baltimore Confederate monuments overnight

Polish-American Kinston residents recall Holocaust in trip to Poland

Greenville vigil held in response to Charlottesville violence

Two wanted for questioning in department store larceny

Rep. Jones to head to Pollocksville Wednesday evening

Load More Stories

8 Day Forecast

Most Viewed

NBC News Headlines

Antifa: Meet the Fascist-Fighting Coalition Dubbed 'Alt-Left' by Trump

They relish in punching Nazis. They protest in all black. And they've vowed to physically confront racists and extremists across the country.

Right-Winger Retweeted by Trump Is Navy Intelligence Officer

Jack Posobiec, a right-wing activist who brought attention to debunked conspiracy theories, is a naval intelligence officer.

Navy to Commission New Warship in Middle East

The USS Lewis B. Puller will now be able to conduct military operations under the laws of armed conflict.

What's Next After Baltimore Yanks Confederate Statues?

City leaders had vowed to remove the city's four Confederacy-linked monuments following the deadly violence in Virginia over the weekend.

He's All White: Racists Praise Trump as 'Honest Man'

Many white nationalists are rejoicing after President Trump reverted back to blaming "both sides" in the deadly Charlottesville protests over the weekend.