Modlins Auto Repair, formerly known as Everetts Cola Bottling Plant, fell apart early Monday afternoon, sending bricks and paneling into the street.
An annual survey will be conducted later this week to get a better count on the homeless population both here in the east and across the country.
The search for a new president at Martin Community College will officially begin on Monday.
The Eastern Carolina Houndsmen Alliance is offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest after a hunting dog was found shot during a field trial exhibition.
Four people are facing charges after Kinston police say they found drugs and firearms in their vehicle during a traffic stop.
Onslow County deputies say they are investigating a hit and run that turned out to be false.
A Spokane, Washington, police officer's body camera captured the moment he pulled a woman from a burning car. KHQ's Katie Chen reports.
The Wall Street Journal reported that regulators are investigating whether Yahoo disclosed two massive breaches to its investors in a timely manner.
As a member of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai voted against the Open Internet Order and predicted its death.
The top official in Dougherty County, Georgia, where four people were killed, called on the president to 'get people on the damned ground here.'
The CDC canceled a planned conference on how climate change affects health but declined to explain why. Other experts say they're wary of Trump.