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Governor Cooper talks flood recovery efforts with city leaders

Governor Cooper talks flood recovery efforts with city leaders

NCEL 11-22-17

NCEL 11-22-17

WITN asks, "What are you thankful for?"

As we gather Thursday for Thanksgiving Day 2017 we headed out and asked folks in Greenville getting ready for the day what they're most thankful for.

NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores more affordable for low income

Thanks to two new programs more families and children will be able to visit the NC Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores without money playing a factor.

Restaurants are available as a Thanksgiving option

For people who don't cook, but want the big Thanksgiving feast, restaurants around the east will be open Thursday.

New Bern Fire Department to hold food drive

The New Bern Fire Department will kick off a first ever "Fill the Fire Truck" food drive on Black Friday.

Weather Authority Forecast for Thanksgiving Thursday, November 23rd - 5pm

Weather Authority Forecast for Thanksgiving Thursday, November 23rd - 5pm

 

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Woman raises $250K for homeless man who helped her

A New Jersey woman has raised more than $250,000 on a fundraising website for a homeless man who spent his last $20 buying gas after she was stranded.

Texas Rep. Joe Barton may be a victim of revenge porn

Texas Rep. Joe Barton believes he might be the victim of revenge porn after a nude selfie and sexually-charged text message of his appeared on an anonymous Twitter feed.

Boy gets transplant after initial surgery delayed over dad's arrest

A potentially life-saving kidney transplant gives a Georgia family a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. A.J. Burgess, who will be 3, was born without kidneys.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade rolls on with balloons, bands, security

New faces and old favorites will fly, float and march in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. And police are going all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.

Bail 'disrupters' have a plan to free thousands from U.S. jails

Reformers backed by $30 million from the wealthy and influential have launched The Bail Project, which uses charitable dollars to bail people out of jail.