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Man sentenced for selling pot to high school kids, illegally possessing AR-15

An Onslow County man will spend the next ten years in federal prison for selling drugs near an Onslow County high school.

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Two men shot early Friday morning in Kinston

Two men are being treated at Vidant Medical Center after being shot early Friday morning in Kinston.

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NCEL Drawing 06-22-18

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Weather Authority Forecast 6-23-18

Greenville attorney weighs in on Supreme Court ruling on cellphone warrants

The U.S. Supreme Court decided Friday whether you have the right to expect the location information from your cell phone to be private, and therefore, if authorities have the right to access those records without a search warrant.

School safety is topic of roundtable in Pitt County

After recent school shootings, the conversation on safety in eastern Carolina schools continues here and across the country.

 

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"Immigration issue are not just an immigrant problem. It's the entire country's problem," said protester Manuel Muñoz.

Candidate who defeated Mark Sanford seriously injured in car crash

Arrington suffered a fracture in her back, several broken ribs and she will have major surgery to remove portions of her small intestine and colon.

Try later: It's getting tougher for migrants to claim asylum at U.S. ports of entry

In 40 years, an immigration advocate says, he's not seen border officers keep asylum seekers from making asylum claims at ports of entry — until now.

Police at Pride? Gay cops, LGBTQ activists struggle to see eye-to-eye

Protesters in several cities across the U.S. and Canada have, over the past two years, tried to prevent or minimize the presence of cops in pride marches.