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WITN Endzone 11-10-17 - part 3

WITN Endzone 11-10-17 - part 3

Response to new Beaufort bridge is not all positive

It's been almost a month since a major DOT project opened in the east and for nearby residents, they say it's still an adjustment to the new traffic patterns.

North Carolina coastal residents speak out regarding offshore drilling

Off-shore drilling continues to be a hot topic in North Carolina and on Tuesday, local residents had the opportunity to make their voices heard during a public meeting with the secretary of the state's Department of Environmental Quality.

Pitt County high school assuring parents, students of safety measures

While security at eastern North Carolina schools is in the minds of many, school resource officers (SROs) are the first line of defense during a crisis.

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Player of the Week: Day'ron Sharpe

South Central sophomore Day'ron Sharpe is our newest WITN Pepsi Player of the Week.

 

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Lawyer who is oligarch's son-in-law pleads guilty in Russia probe

Alex van der Zwaan was charged Feb. 16 for making false statements about his communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.

Suspect held in killings of homeless men in Las Vegas

Joshua Castellon was being held on a gun charge and police planned to charge him in the killings of two homeless men and the shootings of two others, which appear random.

How the Parkland survivors became advocates for gun reform

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have become powerful gun reform advocates. Experts say it's because they've never known a world without mass shootings.

Parkland students travel to Florida capital to push gun reform

About 100 students traveled by bus to Tallahassee on Tuesday to convince lawmakers to enact change after 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at a high school.

Parkland student gets posthumous West Point admission

Fifteen-year-old Peter Wang, who was killed while trying to help classmates escape from a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was posthumously accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Tuesday "for his heroic actions on Feb. 14, 2018."