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Greenville attorney weighs in on Supreme Court ruling on cellphone warrants

The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday whether you have the right to expect the location information from your cell phone to be private, and therefore, if authorities have the right to access those records without a search warrant.

School safety is topic of roundtable in Pitt County

After recent school shootings, the conversation on safety in eastern Carolina schools continues here and across the country.

Onslow Sheriff's Office seeks help identifying wanted person

The Onslow County Sheriff's Office wants you to take a close look at a surveillance picture in hopes that's you'll be able to identify a person wanted in a crime.

Mike Fox and UNC agree in principle to contract extension

The University of North Carolina and head baseball coach Mike Fox have reached an agreement in principle on a new contract.

Hornets Acquire Draft Rights to Miles Bridges and Devonte' Graham

The Charlotte Hornets acquired the draft rights to forward Miles Bridges (12thoverall pick) and guard Devonte Graham (34th overall pick), while also selecting Lithuanian forward Arnoldas Kulboka with the 55th overall pick during tonights 2018 NBA Draft.

DEPUTIES: 19 B&E cases cleared with arrests of three men

Three men are behind bars after deputies say they are responsible for 19 break-ins that have plagued one Eastern Carolina county.

 

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China blocks John Oliver-related content on social media

The "Last Week Tonight" host compared the Chinese president to Winnie the Pooh and slammed China;s record on human rights.

Haitian fugitive arrested at random checkpoint

Affiliates of the American Civil Liberties Union have filed two lawsuits in pursuit of more information regarding immigration law enforcement in the area.

'It's killing me': Migrant mother separated from son on his sixth birthday

Honduran migrant Iris Yolany Eufragio-Mancia doesn't know if she will see her son, Ederson, before she is deported.

This Mississippi town made MLK cry. 50 years later, it still might.

Martin Luther King Jr. cried when he visited Marks, Mississippi, in 1968. If he were alive today, "he may very well still be weeping," one official says.

Floating bears, rescued campers as Montana and Texas flood

A camper and her mother spotted a grizzly bear that had been swept away by a fast-running creek on the family's ranch near Augusta, Montana.