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Cooper pushes for teacher pay proposal at Greenville high school


Greenville woman sues Anheuser-Busch for using picture in advertising


UPDATE: Woman charged in accident with Pitt County school bus


Official: Trump to revoke transgender bathroom guidance


Phillip's Forecast: Unseasonably warm weather to last for days


Meeting being held to help parents know if their child is abusing drugs, alcohol


Police investigating after home shot into in the middle of the night


Caretaker filmed performing sexual dance on 100-year-old man


Mom crashes "Dads and Donuts"


Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery awarded Industry of the Year


WITN's Teacher of the Week: Katelyn Ball of Pink Hill Elementary


City of Greenville reports $500 million in projects taking place in uptown


Mexican drug trafficker from Snow Hill sentenced


PET OF THE WEEK: Jax


Former governor Bev Perdue to be in Lenoir County, talking education


Lejeune colonel accused of child sex crimes denied pretrial release


WITN's Stacia Strong beginning her Marine Corps adventure


Lenoir County Schools supports Gov. Cooper's proposed teacher pay raises


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