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Senior citizens take part in food drive in Duplin County

March is National Nutrition Month and one eastern Carolina community is coming together to help provide food for those who may not be able to do so on their own.

ENC strawberry season a few weeks ahead of schedule

If you're a strawberry lover then we have some good news for you. It looks like strawberry season is going to start early this year.

Coastal Carolina Community College to offer gunsmithing course

Coastal Carolina in Jacksonville will soon be one of two community colleges here in the east where gunsmithing is offered as a course.

March Mom of the Month: Brenda Eubanks

March Mom of the Month: Brenda Eubanks

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.


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Thousands of Californians ordered to evacuate ahead of storm

Officials said the storm, which is expected to arrive Tuesday, is likely to pummel a region already devastated by wildfires and mudslides.

Parkland shooting suspect's brother charged with trespassing at same school

Nikolas Cruz's half-brother, Zachary, said he visited the campus to "reflect on the school shooting and to soak it in," according to an arrest report.

New male pill is safe but does it work?

Men who took it gained weight

Fourth nor'easter of March sets sights on East, Midwest

The big storm could blanket a large swath of the Eastern United States with a foot of snow and 60 mph wind gusts beginning on Tuesday and continuing Wednesday.

'People are frightened': Austin bombings have hip city on edge

Residents are shocked by four bombings scattered around the city and say uncertainty and fear has them worried about what's next.