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NC Packs 4 Patriots looking for volunteers and contributions

An eastern Carolina organization is hoping you will keep our service men and women abroad in mind this Christmas season.

UPDATE: Man arrested days after police say he assaulted an officer

A man wanted for assaulting a Grifton Police Officer has been arrested.

Wilson police searching for suspect involved in a fatal shooting

Wilson police are investigating a shooting that happened near the Speedway at 1602 Martin Luther Kind Boulevard Friday night.

Arts of the Pamlico holds annual sidewalk sale

Businesses in Washington hold annual sidewalk sale.

NCEL 07-21-18

NCEL 07-21-18

Celebrating 300 years of the infamous Blackbeard

An Eastern Carolina town is celebrating one of the nation's most notorious criminals. This year marks 300 years since Edward Teach died, most people know him as the infamous pirate Blackbeard.

Weather Authority Forecast for Saturday July 21, 2018

Weather Authority Forecast for Saturday July 21, 2018


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The gunman allegedly fired at police during a chase, then entered the store and took hostages. He later surrendered.

Jonathan Gold, Pulitzer-winning restaurant critic, dies

"There will never be another like Jonathan Gold, who will forever be our brilliant, indispensable guide through the culinary paradise that is Los Angeles."

Woman who lost 9 relatives in duck boat accident shares harrowing story

"I felt like if I was able to get a life jacket I could've saved my babies," Tia Coleman, who lost three children and other family members, said.

Intel Director Coats says response on Putin visit no sign of disrespect to Trump

"My admittedly awkward response was in no way meant to be disrespectful or criticize the actions of the President," Coats said.