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Free summer camp in Greenville teaches kids fire safety

With kids out of school, many are finding themselves in summer camps. One in particular in Greenville is teaching kids how to save lives.

ECU Chancellor issues statement on assessment of football program

"While we are aware of the speculation concerning leadership of our football program, it would be inappropriate to address it during a time when our student-athletes and coaches deserve everyone's unequivocal support. An assessment of the program will be made at the conclusion of the season. This program relies on the passion of our fan base and a commitment administratively that will enable the team to be in the best position possible to succeed with minimal distractions over the next three weeks."

Businesses in downtown New Bern are determined to recover from hurricane damage

Businesses in the downtown New Bern area determined to recover after Hurricane Florence; recovery continues two months after the system hit North Carolina.

Weather Authority Forecast For Thursday, November 15th 430am

Weather Authority Forecast For Thursday, November 15th 430am

Pitt County commissioner resigns from board

After serving two terms as Commissioner for Pitt County District 6, Glen Webb's third term which he was reelected to just a week ago, will be cut short.

Locals weigh-in on new FDA regulations impacting advertising and distribution of one e-cigarette company

Locals weigh-in on new FDA regulations that will impact advertising and distribution of one e-cigarette company.


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Sierra Fire erupts near L.A. as death toll in Woolsey Fire rises

The latest death brings the statewide total to 51, which is mostly attributed to the 48 who have been confirmed killed in the Camp Fire 500 miles north in Butte County.

Death toll rises to 56 in Northern California's Camp Fire

Authorities released a list of 297 people still unaccounted for. "We'll be here for several years working this disaster," said the administrator of FEMA.

Deadly California fire could worsen homeless crisis

"Everybody's homeless," said Karman Beller, a Camp Fire evacuee who's six-months pregnant.

VA official to depart office amid hearing into delayed GI Bill benefits

IT glitches at VA have caused GI Bill benefit payments to be delayed for months or never be delivered, potentially affecting hundred of thousands of veterans.

New York winner of $343M Powerball jackpot wants to avoid the pitfalls of instant wealth

Robert Bailey, a retired government employee, said he wants to "take care of it for the next generation in my family."