NCEL 05-15-19

NCEL 05-15-19

ECU Baseball drops opening game to Wichita State, 6-2

ECU Baseball drops opening game to Wichita State, 6-2

Five Falcons sign NLIs at South Central High School

Five South Central seniors signed National Letters of Intent Tuesday inside the high school media center.

Player of the Week: Niejel Wilkins

Kinston triple jump state champion and future ECU student-athlete Niejel Wilkins is our newest WITN Pepsi Player of the Week!

New and expanded Maritime Museum proposed for Beaufort

Carteret County leaders are evaluating the proposal of a new tourist attraction that could have major economic benefits throughout its communities.

Craven County law enforcement remember those killed in line of duty

First responders are honoring their brothers and sisters who have made the ultimate sacrifice.


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Abortion rights activists protest restrictive new laws

Dozens of rallies and demonstrations were scheduled from coast to coast Tuesday afternoon.

Two dead after float plane crashes in Alaska

The pilot and passenger were the only people on board, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough said.

Great white shark tracked in Long Island Sound for first time

When a great white shark named Cabot appeared to show up in the Long Island Sound, so many people tried to use Ocearch’s location tracker that the website crashed. But when the shark appeared on the other side of the island, some questioned whether it might have been a GPS mishap.

Some Baltimore city services frozen after ransomware attack hits city computers

Baltimore was hit two weeks ago by ransomware — freezing thousands of city computers and stalling everyday activities like paying a water bill — by hackers demanding a sum of about $100,000 in Bitcoin.

Whistleblower sounds alarm over immigrants in solitary confinement

An NBC News investigation in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists found thousands of detained immigrants have been put in solitary confinement in the last several years. Now a government whistleblower is sounding the alarm about what she calls widespread abuse.