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Windsor man killed in Sunday crash, woman critically injured


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Woman thrown from car in wreck in Greene County


FIRST ON WITN: 10 law enforcement agencies called in to control several fights at local event


Rally against HB 2 planned at state legislature


Sheriff: Victim stabbed multiple times at Onslow County mobile home park


MEDICAL EXAMINER: ECU student dies from Sunday afternoon accident


NEW INFO: 11th prison inmate hospitalized for possible drug overdose


National Peace Officers' Memorial Service wraps up National Police Week


Junior Women's Association hosting Big Night Out


Citizen-scientists: Uncle Sam wants you to fight Zika!


Hundreds mourn life of beloved volunteer fireman


Ayden church plans Son Fun Family Festival


Stoplight at busy entrance of Greenville townhomes goes up in 8 weeks


11th annual Run for the Warriors helps service members


Railroad car manufacturer lays off 60 in Wilmington


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Trump Threatens to 'Totally Destroy' North Korea

Trump tells United Nations General Assembly that North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un "is on a suicide mission" and stressed the world is in a time of peril.

Mom of Slain Teen Hopes Sex Trafficking Bill Can Save Lives

The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act of 2017 has put Washington lawmakers at odds with Silicon Valley over how to adequately fight sex trafficking.

Mexico Quake Turns Classroom Into Coffin, Rescuers Scramble for Survivors

Family members and teachers searched through lists of children to try to work out who was unaccounted for at a school in Mexico City.

Maria Makes Landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 Storm

Maria, the strongest storm to hit Puerto Rico since 1928, had maximum sustained winds of 155 mph as it churned toward the U.S. territory.

Hurricane Maria Bears Down on Puerto Rico With 155 MPH Winds

Maria was expected to pass close to the Virgin Islands and was on track to arrive in Puerto Rico by Wednesday morning.