WITN | Greenville, NC | News, Weather, Sports

Hitting the trail for CMN

WITN News At Sunrise March 20, 2017

ECU Volleyball Sweeps Doubleheader To Give Torbett 400th Career Win

With conference play looming this weekend, the ECU volleyball team took care of business at home Tuesday evening, sweeping a doubleheader against in-state foes N.C. Central and North Carolina A&T inside Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.

WITNS Teacher of the Week: Sarah Ruddock of Creekside Elementary School

WITN's Teacher of the Week for September 20 is Sarah Ruddock Hathaway of Creekside Elementary School in Pitt County. She teaches fourth grade ELA/Social Studies.

ECU Vice Chancellor talks about growing ENC economy

Business and community leaders gathered together Tuesday to learn more about how ECU plans to help eastern Carolina's economy grow.

Collecting supplies for Hurricane Irma victims

A local couple has teamed up with United Way of Coastal Carolina to collect donations for Hurricane Irma victims.

Player of the Week: Alannah Thomas

D.H. Conley senior and star outside hitter Alannah Thomas is our newest WITN Pepsi Player of the Week.


8 Day Forecast

Most Viewed

NBC News Headlines

Trump Leaning Toward Decertifying Iran Nuclear Deal, Say Sources

Four sources say President Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iranian nuclear deal and then letting Congress decide whether the U.S. will withdraw from the pact.

Soft Soil Makes Mexico City Shake Like It Was Built on Jelly

The soft soil that lines the ancient lake bed that Mexico City is built on amplified the shaking from Tuesday's earthquake and increased its destructive force, seismologists say as they try to better understand the quake that has killed more than 200 people.

Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power to All of Puerto Rico

Authorities say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to Puerto Rico and its nearly 3.5 million people.

Brazil Judge Rules Homosexuality a Disease, Approves 'Conversion Therapy'

A Brazilian judge ruled that homosexuality can be considered a disease that could be treated with sexual orientation conversion therapies.

A Cancer Patient Found a Stem-Cell Donor, but the U.S. Hasn't Granted Her a Visa

Helen Huynh's youngest sister, who lives in Vietnam, is a perfect stem cell donor match. But she has been unable to acquire a visa to enter the U.S.