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DEPUTIES: Beaufort County woman hid oxycodone pills in her bra

Mexican drug trafficker from Snow Hill sentenced

UPDATE: One victim from Greenville stabbing still hospitalized

Photo released of Winterville Subway robber

Man charged with statutory rape of six year old

Man accused of stealing checks, items from two Onslow County homes.

New Bern police looking for woman suspected of stabbing her boyfriend

Man gets at least 10 years for killing ex-wife's boyfriend

FIRST ON WITN: 90 minute standoff in Greenville ends with murder arrest

Greenville man given $5 million bond for statutory rape charges

Plymouth police investigating drive-by shooting

Third shooting in four days under investigation in Elizabeth City

Shooting under investigation in Elizabeth City

Man who stabbed a Greenville Walmart customer is sentenced

Two men robbed at Jacksonville ATM

NEW INFO: Wilson murder suspect was former Greenville firefighter

ECU says student victim of face-to-face scam on campus

SHERIFF: Guns recovered, man arrested after making social media threats toward Plymouth High School

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'Blessed Be the Hecklers': Town Hall Activists Learn to Bird-dog

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Break-In Attempt Reported at Morgue Holding Kim Jong Nam's Body

Armed guards have begun 24-hour security around the Malaysian morgue where North Korean Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother Kim Jong Nam's body is being kept after an alleged break-in attempt, officials said Wednesday.

Minority Students in NY More Likely to Be Arrested, Suspended

The same trend is found across the nation, an analysis of federal statistics shows.

Ex-CIA Agent Will Be Extradited to Serve Italy Jail Term Over Cleric Kidnapping

Sabrina de Sousa spent the night in a women's prison near Lisbon after a Portuguese court ordered police to extradite her, her Portuguese lawyer, Manuel Magalhaes e Silva, told the Associated Press in an interview.

Dakota Pipeline Protesters Torch Tents as Deadline Looms

Dakota Pipeline protesters face an Wednesday afternoon deadline to vacate the encampment that has been their base since August.