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Marine charged in Christmas Day shooting

Onslow County deputies have charged Peter Stellato, 23, with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, assault by pointing a gun, and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of an occupied dwelling.

HSFB 8-17-17 Richlands @ East Duplin

HSFB 8-17-17 Richlands @ East Duplin

HSFB 8-17-17 New Hanover @ JH Rose

HSFB 8-17-17 New Hanover @ JH Rose

HSFB 8-17-17 Bethel Christian @ Parrott Academy

HSFB 8-17-17 Bethel Christian @ Parrott Academy

Former Washington County Schools Superintendent indicted and arrested

The former superintendent for Washington County Schools and current Superintendent for the Ferguson-Florissant School District in St. Louis, Missouri, has been arrested in connection with a felony fraud warrant from Washington County.

Local lawmakers have no authority to remove Confederate monuments

While there are online petitions to remove the Confederate Soldiers monument at the Pitt County Courthouse, and online petitions to leave it alone, local officials say they have no authority to do anything with it.

Bollywood dance studio open in Greenville

This studio is dancing to a different beat, putting a new spin on a dance style that is several centuries old and from half a world away.


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Campaign to Topple Confederate Statues Expands to Other Markers

An invigorated movement to take down Confederate monuments has brought more attention to markers that honor figures who have been deemed racist.

Scared but Defiant, Barcelona Marches to Reclaim City From Terrorists

Thousands set out on a pilgrimage of peace along Barcelona's famous La Rambla after the horrific van attack that claimed at least 13 lives.

Program Aims to Keep OB/GYNs in Rural America

A new program aims to encourage obstetricians and OB/GYNs working in rural America, so women don't have to travel for hours to give birth in maternity wards

Should Army Bases Be Named for Confederate Generals?

The nation's largest Army base, Fort Bragg in North Carolina, is named for Gen. Braxton Bragg, who commanded 40,000 troops battling the Union Army.

How Woman Lost for a Month in the Woods Survived

Lisa Theris, who is legally blind, was discovered naked by the highway, her entire body covered in scars from bug bites and poison ivy.