NCEL 06-12-19

NCEL 06-12-19

Ordnance found on North Carolina beach, placed in garden

Police in a North Carolina beach town are warning people to be careful after a resident picked up a military ordnance from the beach.

New Bern hosts first Hurricane Preparedness Expo

Hurricane season officially kicked off on June 1 and while many are still in recovery mode from Florence, one Eastern Carolina city is making sure their community is prepared for the current storm season.

Father's Day impact on 61st annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

Father's Day impact on 61st annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

Weather Authority Forecast for 6-17-19

Weather Authority Forecast for 6-17-19

'Top Dog' reels in historic 914-pound marlin at the 61st annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

'Top Dog' reels in historic 914-pound marlin at the 61st annual Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament

'Triple S' and 'Double B' make final day big blue catches

'Triple S' and 'Double B' make final day big blue catches

 

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Iowa family of four found dead with gunshot wounds

Autopsies were pending for an Iowa Department of Public Safety worker, his wife and their two sons. Police said all had been shot.

Two bodies found in Oregon are missing mom and 3-year-old son

Karissa Fretwell and son William were last seen May 13, and the boy's father, Michael Wolfe, was indicted last week for murder and kidnapping in the case.

FBI aims to expand its applicant pool amid recruiting shortage

The FBI is facing a rare problem: a shortage of new recruits. The agency is trying to change the image of who a potential agent, even starting an #UnexpectedAgent social media campaign, to pull in a more diverse range of applicants.

Summer camps on high alert amid measles outbreak

Many summer camps are tightening their rules on vaccinations for campers, with some requiring proof that kids have been immunized against measles.

Phoenix police chief speaks out amid growing outrage over confrontation with family

“I am with everyone in the community who’s angry,” Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said, amid growing outrage over a video of officers confronting a family that officers said they believed had shoplifted. The family now plans to sue the department for $10 million. The Mayor of Phoenix also spoke out, saying she refuses to let the incident go unchallenged.