Updated: 03/05/2006 - Authorities have charged a recent UNC graduate with nine counts of attempted first-degree murder, a day after police said he drove a sport utility vehicle through a popular campus gathering spot.
Updated: 03/05/2006 - Charlotte police say a man killed his young son and daughter, then set their house on fire.
Posted: 03/05/2006 - 19 low-performing schools, including several in Eastern Carolina, are targeted by judge.
Posted: 03/04/2006 - A Frost Advisory has been issued for all inland areas of Eastern Carolina early Sunday morning.
Posted: 03/04/2006 - Two men are being held in the Washington County Detention Center following their arrest this week near the lighthouse on Ocracoke Island.
Posted: 03/04/2006 - The latest Elon University poll shows that a majority of adults in five key Southern states disapprove of President Bush's job performance, and they say the war in Iraq was not worth fighting.
Posted: 03/04/2006 - The Navy says it will ground all of its aircraft for half a day next week for an internal safety review.
Posted: 03/04/2006 - A Chocowinity home is totally destroyed by an early morning blaze.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - It won't be long before the new state aquarium opens its doors to the public.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Craven County authorities say they are treating this case as a homicide.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Civil War battlefields in Lenoir County could have a bypass running through them.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Customers throughout Beaufort County and some in Pitt County lost cable service temporarily Friday.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - The MV 22 Osprey is back in service.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - Pitt County students put their knowledge to the test.
Posted: 03/03/2006 - One woman who has been out of her home since Hurricane Ophelia struck is getting some help from the faith community to rebuild.
Posted: 03/02/2006 - There are new hunting, fishing and trapping rules that will change this summer.
Posted: 03/02/2006 - Forestry officials are asking that you don't burn outside. The threat and conditions are ripe for forest fires.