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Convicted murderer accused of assaulting Bertie Correctional Officer

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for eleven eastern Carolina counties

Prescribed burn planned Saturday for Croatan National Forest

Greenville Community Pool to open on June 25

Charlie's Forecast: Afternoon storms expected today; More heat Sunday

Silver alert issued for missing endangered man

Overnight robbery results in three arrests

Chaos on the border inflames GOP's split with Latinos

Greenville attorney weighs in on Supreme Court ruling on cellphone warrants

School safety is topic of roundtable in Pitt County

Ex-North Carolina teacher accused of sex offenses with minor

North Carolina regulators deny Duke Energy rate increase request

Onslow Sheriff's Office seeks help identifying wanted person

Two men shot early Friday morning in Kinston

FIRST ON WITN: 18.2 pounds of meth seized in Duplin County raid

NCEL Drawing 06-22-18

Camp Lejeune Marine connected to Charlottesville rally faces imprisonment

Home hospice worker accused of stealing $13,596.28 from elderly couple

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Police at Pride? Gay cops, LGBTQ activists struggle to see eye-to-eye

Protesters in several cities across the U.S. and Canada have, over the past two years, tried to prevent or minimize the presence of cops in pride marches.

Drug spoon sculpture placed outside Purdue Pharma headquarters

"We share the protesters' concern about the opioid crisis, and respect their right to peacefully express themselves," the company said in a statement.

Candidate who defeated Mark Sanford seriously injured in car crash

Arrington suffered a fracture in her back, several broken ribs and she will have major surgery to remove portions of her small intestine and colon.

Gay rights pioneer Dick Leitsch dies at 83

"We wanted people to see who we are, what we are," Dick Leitsch told NBC News in 2017.

1 dead after attack at huge rally for Ethiopia's new prime minister

Video from the scene showed bloodstained ground and abandoned shoes while people chanting the prime minister's name fled.