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Congrats Matt and Michelle Engelbrecht

Congratulations are in order for WITN Chief Meteorologist Matt Engelbrecht and his wife Michelle.

Police officers trade in badges for baker's hats in fundraising effort

Some Eastern Carolina law enforcement officers are trading in their badges for baker's hats and heading to the kitchen to serve the community in a new way Monday morning as part of a fundraising effort.

STATE: Inmate who attacked corrections officer is convicted murderer

The state prison system says an inmate who is suspected of assaulting a corrections officer Saturday night is a convicted murderer with a violent prison history.

DEPUTIES: Mom used daughter to thwart drug test in doctor shopping scheme

An Onslow County mother is behind bars after deputies say she used her daughter in an attempt to get more drugs in a doctor shopping scheme.

EPA report says vandals caused large fuel oil spill in Robersonville

An Environmental Protection Agency report says vandals caused an oil spill at a closed industrial site in Martin County.

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Authorities said that the body of Saint Joseph's University student Mark Dombroski, 19, was found in a moat roughly one mile from the bar where relatives last saw him.