Greenville native returns home to host women empowerment forum

Greenville native returns home to host women empowerment forum

Niya Brown Matthews is a two time breast cancer survivor, author, life coach, and speaker who felt a calling to empower and uplift women.

NCEL 08-18-19

NCEL 08-18-19

Who will start at QB for ECU football this season?

Who will start at QB for ECU football this season?

WITN EndZone Preview - Greene Central

WITN EndZone Preview - Greene Central

Middle school partners with Greenville police for back-to-school cook out

C.M. Eppes Middle School partnered with the Greenville Police Department for a back to school cook out Saturday afternoon.

Injury prevention event targets student athletes

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UPDATE: Four suspects identified in ECU armed robbery

ECU police have confirmed the identities of the four suspects arrested in connection with an armed robbery Saturday morning.


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Actress Kate del Castillo talks her passion project and El Chapo ordeal

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Surfing, skating and freedom: Non-profit helps athletes with disabilities find new thrills

Life Rolls On is a non-profit devoted to helping people living with disabilities experience the thrill of surfing and skating — giving them a new sense of freedom and confidence. Jesse Billauer founded the organization to share his love for both skating and the ocean after he was paralyzed in a surfing accident.