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


Parmalee to perform new charity relief music live on WITN


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


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


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


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


Performers consider MumFest a type of therapy following Hurricane Florence


Golf club hosts outing to benefit military members, veterans, and their families


One person injured, two vehicles hit by bullets in Kinston shooting


Camp Lejeune Marine and wife on Ellen, get $20,000


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Teen missing after her parents found dead in Wisconsin home

Authorities say Jayme Closs, 13, isn't a suspect in her parents' deaths and could be in danger.

NYPD looking for 9 involved in Proud Boys brawl

Police want to the public's help in finding supporters of far-right "Proud Boys" who fought with protesters following an appearance by group leader Gavin McInnes.

Md. officer accused of sexually assaulting undocumented woman

People illegally in the U.S. are uniquely vulnerable to abuse by authorities, an immigration lawyer says.

Far-right group takes victory lap on social media after violence in Manhattan

"I have a lot of support in the NYPD, and I very much appreciate that, the boys in blue," said Gavin McInnes, the founder of "Western Chauvanist" group Proud Boys.