Dollar General robbery suspects go before judge

Two brothers and a third man charged with a rash of armed robberies against a dollar store chain made first court appearances Tuesday morning.


James Thomason made his first court appearance in Pender County District Court this morning.


Governor Roy Cooper will lead a delegation of state leaders into Eastern Carolina Tuesday.


Crews pulled a body out of the Neuse River Saturday morning in Lenoir County, according to the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office.



Phillip's Forecast: Frigid start Tuesday; Big warm up Wednesday


Pres. Trump's shutdown proposal faces uncertain fate in Senate


Judge weighs GOP victory claim in disputed North Carolina race


Volunteers in Greenville package 25,000 meals in honor of MLK


No. 11 North Carolina beats No. 10 Virginia Tech, 103-82


Supreme Court returns to gun rights for 1st time in 9 years


Healthy Habits: Tips to maintain exercise routines


South Lenoir High School hosting Family Night


Government shutdown could cause spike in robocalls


Trogdon to provide transportation project update Tuesday



US home sales plummeted 6.4 percent in December


High court lets military implement transgender restrictions


'I still weep': Parkland survivors write book on shooting


Regan to discuss water infrastructure needs Tuesday


Korea talks in Sweden have ended, few details given


FEMA specialists offer hurricane recovery tips in Richlands


Lawyer: Suspected US spy had classified docs on him


Pelosi works her health care strategy from the ground up


Walmart delivery starting in Onslow County


Volunteers in Greenville package 25,000 meals in honor of MLK


Ronald McDonald House surpasses fundraising goals


WITN's January Mom of The Month


Onslow County students give back on national day of service


NCEL Drawing 01-21-19


BCCC holds first MLK Jr. celebration


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The national library sent the tweet to commemorate the Confederate general's birthday.

Two deaths confirmed in separate avalanches

The second victim of last week's incident at Taos Ski Valley, New Mexico, is dead, relatives said, while another was killed Monday near Aspen, Colorado.

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Paul Whelan's lawyer said his client was detained before he could open the files that allegedly contained state secrets.

Advocates slam thousands of child marriages in U.S., demand Congress act

“The United States condemns child marriages overseas, but we are not taking the steps to condemn it within our own borders,” one advocate said.