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Arrest made in Jacksonville shooting

Michael Jackson, 39, of Jacksonville, was arrested around 5:00 p.m. for the shooting on Annie Street.

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Remains of one Marine killed in plane crash returns to ENC

In the weeks since the devastating KC-130 military plane crash, one of the MARSOC Raiders, stationed right in the east, has returned home.

Weather Authority Forecast For Wednesday July 26th 11PM

Weather Authority Forecast For Wednesday July 26th 11PM

Greenville Fire/ Rescue teach kids about fire safety

Twenty-five rising 4-6 graders are getting some hands-on life experience this week at Greenville Fire/Rescue's annual Junior Fire Marshal Academy.

Dog making great progress after found malnourished, tied to a tree

WITN checks in on the recovery of Tanzie, the dog found by children severely malnourished and tied to a tree.

ECU, Vidant sign agreement to merge medical practices

Vidant Health and East Carolina University signed an agreement this afternoon that would bring ECU Physicians under the Vidant umbrella.


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One Dead, Several Hurt in Ohio State Fair Ride Accident

One person was killed and several others were seriously hurt after a ride malfunction at the Ohio State Fair in Columbus Wednesday, officials said.

Is Trump's Claim Transgender Soldiers Cost Too Much True?

Short answer: No. Studies show that transgender medical costs are fairly negligible for the cash-flush Pentagon.

SOS: Rihanna Meets With French President to Talk Education

Pop star Rihanna met with French President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday to discuss global education issues and said he is committed to helping out-of-school children.

Teen Who Livestreamed Dying Sister Pleads Not Guilty

The 18-year-old who posted Instagram video of her dying 14-year-old sister after a car crash could face almost 14 years in prison if convicted.

Domestic Violence Law Unfair to Gay South Carolina Couples, Court Rules

Gay couples in South Carolina should get the same legal protections against domestic violence as straight couples, the state's highest court ruled Wednesday.