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Virginia teen accused of killing mother, brother arrested in North Carolina

Authorities say a 17-year-old boy suspected of fatally shooting his mother and his 6-year-old brother in their Virginia home has been arrested in North Carolina.

Two arrested on drug charges in Nash County

A man and woman have been arrested on several drug related charges.

ECU organizations partner in February toiletries collection for fellow students

ECU's Student Government Association and Thrift Me Pretty are collecting toiletries during the month of February.

Students participate in black history trivia competition hosted by ECU sorority

The Iota Kappa Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority at ECU celebrated Black History Month by hosting a trivia competition on Sunday.

Ex-North Carolina Lt. Gov. Bob Jordan dies at 87

Former North Carolina Lt. Gov. Bob Jordan has died at the age of 87.


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Missing Milwaukee woman, two daughters found dead in garage

Amarah Banks, 26; Zaniya Ivery, 5; and Camaria Banks, 4, were discovered after the arrest of Banks' boyfriend, Arzel J. Ivery in Memphis, Tennessee, authorities said.

Ex-boyfriend arrested after sex therapist Amie Harwick falls from balcony

Gareth Pursehouse, 41, was arrested on a murder charge Saturday, police said. Harwick is a former fiancée of comedian Drew Carey.

Tax-filing tips that may save you money

CNBC senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson joins Hoda and Jenna with a round-up of tips going into tax season. The IRS has more than 150 million returns to process, Epperson says, so file early to get your refund ASAP.

These prosecutors want radical criminal justice change. Barr is fighting to stop them.

With progressive district attorneys on the march, Attorney General William Barr delivered a blistering attack speech.

Cities weigh free public transit amid rising costs

Progressive lawmakers across the U.S. say mobility is a human right and want their residents to be able to freely move around their cities, no matter their income.