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Onslow County teen charged with shooting brother

A local teen has been arrested after authorities say he shot his brother.

NCEL 2-21-18

NCEL 2-21-18

McMurray leads with 20 points, SMU downs East Carolina 77-58

Jahmal McMurray scored 20 points and grabbed six rebounds and SMU downed East Carolina 77-58 on Wednesday night, snapping a five-game losing streak.

Gravel parking lot at Town Common to close

A section of parking at Town Common in Greenville is set to close in preparation for what's been called one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects in the state.

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Weather Authority Forecast for Thursday, February 22nd NOON

Both sides continue to debate offshore drilling

For the past several years many along the coast felt that the fight to keep offshore drilling off of North Carolina's shores was over. But with recent moves by the federal government the potential for drilling is back on the table.

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Package with racist message sent to Prince Harry & Meghan Markle

The Metropolitan Police force says "a package containing a substance" was delivered to St. James's Palace, where Harry has his office, on Feb. 12.

His son almost killed him. Now he's begging Texas not to execute.

The governor has just hours to decide if Thomas Whitaker, who killed his mother and brother, should be executed.

CBS named a new female host for its Sunday politics show

CBS is in the midst of reconfiguring its political reporting line up, and is still looking for a political director

Amid political unrest, violence in Honduras, TPS holders in U.S. worry about their fate

"It's me against the clock," says the U.S.-born son of Hondurans in the U.S. for decades. He's trying to sponsor them in case their TPS status ends.

'Despair deaths' spike from suicide, drugs, alcohol

Blacks, Latinos, Asians being increasingly hit