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Greenville police investigating apparent drive-by shooting

Charges in deadly attempted prison escape expected to be announced Friday

Cove City working to establish community watch

Construction underway for Sturgeon City Environmental Education Center

Construction on Grainger Stadium improvements to get underway soon

Matt's Forecast: Sunny with slow warming trend in progress

Chancellor Staton talks vision, Pirate football, at Washington-Beaufort Chamber lunch

Greenville church provides free lunch for area construction workers

Teen wanted for Tuesday robbery at off-campus apartment complex

Snow Hill man charged with attacking girlfriend

WITN's annual Halloween costume contest

One-stop early voting begins for municipal elections

Pentagon faces demands for details on deadly attack in Niger

White House Chief of staff Kelly defends Trump phone call to widow

Three die in shooting near Colorado State University

Health workers check tuberculosis at Durham County high school

Senators push for more online transparency in elections

HEALTH CARE UPDATE - 2 senators formally propose health deal

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