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CORONAVIRUS: State surpasses 30,000 case milestone

The state Department of Health & Human Services says the latest figures show 30,777 cases across the state.

Mayor Sandy Roberson says the monument will be removed from the park and stored elsewhere once a second vote finalizes the decision.

Tropical Depression 3 is now Tropical Storm Cristobal as winds around the central low have reached tropical storm strength.

Back on April 17, Goldsboro police say more than $8,000 in electronics were stolen from the Target on Sunburst Drive.

Trump says GOP is pulling convention from North Carolina

Phillip's Forecast: Preview of summer today with a warm breeze; Rip Risk Forecast

Rabid fox discovered in Morehead City

Weather Authority Forecast for Wednesday, June 3rd at 4:30AM

Curfew in effect for second night in Greenville

Kinston High School holds graduation ceremonies

Silver Alert cancelled for missing Tarboro woman

Musical duo thanks staff at CarolinaEast Medical Center

WITN’s Teacher of the Week: Kevin Mitchell from John Small Elementary School

Traffic stop leads to drug arrest in Roanoke Rapids

NerdWallet: Ask an expert: Is any travel safe?

Obama to address George Floyd protests in online town hall Wednesday

Family demands charges against 4 officers in Floyd’s death

Police officer shot and killed in the line of duty in Ala.

Trump administration moves to block Chinese airlines from US

Curfew lifted in Greenville

Pets of the Week: The "Nature Litter"

Drive-thru COVID-19 testing in Duplin County today

Florida sheriff ‘highly recommending’ people to shoot looters who break into homes

VIDEO: Dog loves her mailman, greets him every day

Tropical Storm Cristobal makes landfall on Mexico Gulf coast

Nation's streets calmest in days; police credit curfews

Teen depression on upswing during pandemic

Craven County seniors graduate this week

Young brothers killed in Mo. crash after taking grandmother’s car for ride

Rosenstein defends naming special counsel for Russia inquiry

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Amid a backdrop of national protests, Birmingham isn't the only city faced with how to deal with what some consider outdated and racist relics of the past.

Statue of ex-Philadelphia Mayor Rizzo targeted in protests is taken down

"The statue represented bigotry, hatred, and oppression for too many people, for too long," Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tweeted. "It is finally gone."

Beaches, restaurants, salons: See what exactly has reopened in your state.

Heading into Memorial Day weekend, access to some beaches, restaurants, hair salons, barbershops and state parks will be available.

In their words: Protesting for George Floyd

We heard from black men and women about this moment in history and what motivated them to join the rallies around the country.

George Floyd: From rapper to symbol of police violence

Floyd, who moved to Minneapolis for a fresh start, hailed from Houston's Third Ward.

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