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Nash County teacher facing charges of sexual activity with student


Boy discovers long lost class ring at a Washington park, finds owner


ECU grad turned police officer awarded Medal of Valor following Maryland apartment explosion


Navy, Air Force baseball teams visit sick kids, veterans ahead of Freedom Classic


Matt's Forecast: Patchy fog in the morning, windy afternoon


Kinston Steel expanding, creating new jobs


Beaufort County woman credited for arrest of accused teen burglars


Man arrested after stabbing in New Bern


Another Vidant Health hospital limits visitation due to the flu


NCEL Drawing 2-24-2017


NCEL Drawing 2-24-2017


GPD spokeswoman, WITN help solve Winterville Subway robbery


FIRST ON WITN: Tryon Palace director fired


NAACP calls for international boycott of state


Former judge convicted of beer bribe gets new trial


Town Common STEAM plan fizzles after letter from city attorney


Child's letter to God inspires prayers


White House bars major news outlets from media gaggle


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Second Florida Mosque Hit by Arson Attack in 5 Months

The small fire near Tampa is the second mosque set on fire in Florida since a Sept. fire that targeted a mosque once attended by the Pulse shooter.

Dashcam Shows Doggy-Distracted Driver's Crash

A Utah sheriff deputy's dashcam captured the moment a driver who was distracted by a dog hit the deputy's vehicle. KSL's Andrew Adams reports.

DA Won't Retry Former Cops in Death of Homeless Man

James Boyd was killed in 2014. The DA said there was little chance a new jury would reach a different outcome after an earlier jury deadlocked.

Liberal Activists' Prank Had Some at CPAC Waving Russian 'Trump' Flags

They handed out flags in a nod to allegations of Russian interference in the election. Both were ejected, but said the stunt exceeded expectations.

DHS Report on Travel Ban Finds Nationality 'Unreliable Indicator' of Threat to U.S.

The analysis found around half of those in terrorism offenses in U.S. since 2011 were U.S.-born citizens. White House officials called it incomplete.