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FIRST ON WITN: Deputies find bodies of missing mother & daughter

Married couple wanted on drug charges arrested in Virginia

North Carolina man says he set fires because he was bored

Kinston man charged with robbing woman

Charlie's Forecast: Sunny skies lead to cooler Friday; Chilly weekend ahead

Free christmas tree giveaway

HB2 cost North Carolina project with 700 jobs

Close to 200 roads still need repairs following Hurricane Matthew

Ford recalls 680,000 cars; seat belts may not hold in crash

Were you a kid in 1964? We may have your letter to Santa

Lenoir County Economic Development Office hosts manufacturing day for students

Annual Uptown Greenville Christmas tree lighting event happening Friday

Senior citizen Christmas party

Beaufort County book clubs make big Toys for Tots donation

Trump to nominate retired Gen. James Mattis to lead Pentagon

Third annual 'Great Toy Take Away' happening in Greenville

Baby bath seat recall

ECU Brody School of Medicine gets grant for HIV & AIDS testing

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Obamas Light National Christmas Tree for the Final Time

President Obama delivered a final holiday message of unity and kindness at the National Tree Lighting Ceremony Thursday.

US Health Spending Grew Especially Fast Last Year

U.S. health spending always grows but it grew particularly quickly last year as more people got health insurance for the first time.

Far-Right Austrian Party Set to Get Second Chance

Norbert Hofer is running for president of Austria and could become the first directly elected far-right head of state in Europe since the end of WWII.

Returning ISIS Fighters May Unleash Europe Attacks: Cops

Car bombs, extortion and kidnappings are likely to be favored by groups of fighters or lone wolf attackers who have pledged allegiance to ISIS.

'Human Shields': Vets Vow to Protect Standing Rock Protesters

When the sun drops below the horizon at the Oceti Sakowin camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, 15 degrees suddenly feels more like 5 degrees.