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Woman who tore down Confederate Flag from SC State House speaks at ECU


VA awards full benefits to veteran with Alzheimer's and PTSD after wife shares his story


Duo accused of making off with cold hard cash in Onslow County


Evans Street widening project in Greenville on hold


Matt's Forecast: Warm days through Saturday, cooler Sunday


WITN's Stacia Strong tackles obstacle courses on day 2 of Marine Corps adventure


Pitt County middle school students compete in Battle of the Books


Vidant Medical Center discussing hurricane preparations


Kinston police chief creates community relations team


Man arrested after New Bern shooting


Redevelopment plans moving forward for Kinston mall despite being listed for sale


Ten more flu deaths reported in state last week


POLITICS: Power struggle intensifies with governor, lawmakers


Man wanted for questioning in home break-in


More sponsors for measure to repeal HB2, keep restrictions


Lejeune High senior named Marine Corps Military Child of the Year


Rabid raccoon found near Cape Carteret


Autopsy: Ex-Marine was drunk during shootout with Leland officer


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'Real Men' Billboard Triggers Protest

A protest has been organized against a North Carolina billboard that reads "Real men provide, Real women appreciate it." WXII's Jonee Lewis reports.

Governor: Washington Won't Arrest Over Immigration Status

'Washington will not be a willing participant in promoting or carrying out mean-spirited policies that break up families,' Jay Inslee said.

Nerve Agent Found in Kim Jong Nam Death, Police Say

The substance is listed as a chemical weapon. Police are investigating the death of a man believed to be Kim Jong Un's half-brother.

Justice Ginsburg: I'm Fine Being Linked to 'The Notorious BIG'

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg explains how one woman's reaction to a Supreme Court decision led to the birth of 'The Notorious RBG'

L.A. Cop Fired Into Ground, Not at Teens, Authorities Say

An off-duty Los Angeles cop believed he was going to be shot when he fired his weapon into the ground, not at any person, authorities said Thursday.