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ENC native band 'Parmalee' performs on WITN for Hurricane Florence relief


NEW INFO: Shelter says response overwhelming, no dogs will be euthanized today


WITN studio in Greenville now a drop-off location for Hurricane Florence donations


Mega Millions jackpot nears record


Vidant honors families as part of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month


Parmalee performs new charity relief music live on WITN


County commissioners vote in favor of land use around Southwest Bypass


Two men will make case for innocence in 1993 Washington Co. murder


Update: Missing Lenoir County man found safe in Goldsboro


New Bern family mourns losses for friends in her Florida hometown


Shore protection group estimates $60 million to rebuild coastline


FLORENCE: Onslow County schools to reopen starting next week


Twenty Craven County schools reopening this week


Singer Mikele Buck to appear live on WITN News beginning at 5pm.


Gas prices continue to fall across state


Highway Patrol encouraging safe behavior as bus safety week begins


Duplin County Schools pushes back when students will return to class


Disaster Assistance booth at MumFest helps hurricane victims


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