This week's featured kitten from Saving Graces for Felines is Shiloh, a young white and gray kitten who is one of only two left to be adopted from the litter.
Two Greenville men are accused of using hurricane recovery goodwill in purchasing thousands of dollars in high-end lawn equipment with bad checks.
Another town in the east was under a boil water advisory in less than a week, which impacted businesses and residents.
North Carolina's Superintendent of Public Schools headed east Thursday to stop by one local high school.
GUC linemen returned from Florida Thursday to a heroes welcome in Greenville.
According to an internal city document obtained by NBC, Cincinnati has had 10 911 outages since June 2016. The latest one lasted three and a half hours.
There could be political and actual fallout if the North Koreans defy President Trump and do the first atmospheric test of a hydrogen bomb in 37 years.
The U.S. Forest Service and Idaho have forged 10 agreements for logging and restoration projects on federal land.
Hate crimes against sexual minorities have shot up by almost 80 percent across England, Scotland and Wales since 2013, according to gay rights group Stonewall.
Debbie Lee said her family received notes—including one using a derogatory term—telling them to remove a Black Lives Matter sign from their San Francisco home.