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NCEL 04-15-18

NCEL 04-15-18

Improving school meals the goal of workshop in Craven County

More than a dozen school cafeteria managers from around the region are taking part in a unique training opportunity that instructors say will mean your children will have access to even better meals for the upcoming school year.

Jacksonville donates fire truck to college

The Jacksonville Fire Department donated a 1995 fire truck to Coastal Carolina Community College to help students in the Fire and Emergency Services Academy get hands-on training.

New Bern Chamber: Give parking enforcement a chance

It's been just over a week since New Bern started enforcing a two hour parking plan along some of its busiest streets and the chamber of commerce is telling people to just hang in there.

Marriage proposal part of fire academy graduation in Greenville

The Greenville Fire Department is welcoming the largest group of new firefighters it's ever seen.

Greenville police working to make roads safer with new task force

An Eastern Carolina police department is working to make traffic on the roads safer due to the high number of accidents.

Texas fugitive and Greenville woman arrested on drug & weapons charges

A Texas fugitive and a Greenville homeowner are behind bars on drug and weapons charges.


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FBI Director Wray hints that he considered resigning

Asked by NBC News' Lester Holt at the Aspen Security Forum if he ever thought about quitting his job, FBI chief Chris Wray said, "I'm a low-key, understated guy, but that should not be mistaken for what my spine is made out of."

Baltimore bans sugary drinks from kids' menus

"The science is clear that a major contributor to childhood obesity is sugary drinks," said Baltimore health commissioner Dr. Leana Wen.

WATCH LIVE: NBC News' Lester Holt interviews FBI Director Christopher Wray

At the Aspen Security Forum, NBC News' Lester Holt will ask Wray about the Bureau's role in national security, cyberterrorism and counterintelligence.

Trump's EPA rolls back Obama-era coal ash regulations

Environmental groups say drinking water could be affected by new Trump administration rules on coal waste. A court challenge was being weighed.

Ohio executes killer who strangled man he met in bar in 1985

Prosecutors say Robert Van Hook made a practice of luring gay men to apartments to rob them.