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Local gamers and counselors weigh in on video game addiction designation

Gamers know all to well how to fight their virtual enemies, but too much screen-time by escaping from the real world could lead to a real world enemy as a mental health problem.

State Chamber of Commerce official address Greenville-Pitt Chamber luncheon

An executive with the statewide North Carolina Chamber of Commerce shared his thoughts on legislative priorities with local business leaders Tuesday.

North Carolina prisons: Employee badly hurt in inmate attack

North Carolina authorities say a prison employee was attacked and seriously injured by two inmates wielding a homemade weapon.

The beach is a popular spot during this heat wave

People across eastern Carolina are finding ways to beat the heat and the beach is proving to be a popular spot.

Player of the Week: C.J. Jenkins

10-year-old junior drag racer C.J. Jenkins is our newest WITN Pepsi Player of the Week.

Barton introduces Chip Hester as new head football coach

The return of intercollegiate football to the Barton College campus for the first time since 1950 moved significantly closer to reality on Tuesday as school officials introduced the head coach who will lead the programs revival.


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Canada's senate passes marijuana bill but legalization delayed

Canada would be the second country in the world to make pot legal nationwide.

Migrant babies, toddlers sent to 'tender age' shelters

Lawyers and medical providers who have visited the South Texas shelters described playrooms of crying preschool-age children in crisis.

Five charged after Texas crash that killed 5 migrants

The accused were arrested in connection with a migrant-smuggling operation after a deadly chase, prosecutors said.

Virginia school to be renamed to honor Obama

In a former capital of the Confederacy, an elementary school honors the country's first African-American president.

These volunteers want to get malaria. Why? A better vaccine.

Can the existing malaria vaccine be made to work better?