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Saving Graces: Mariah

This week's featured kitten from Saving Graces 4 Felines is Mariah.

Baby found safe in South Carolina after being kidnapped in Rocky Mount

A baby is being reunited with its mother after the boy's father is accused of kidnapping and taking him to South Carolina.

Greenville offering grants for Uptown properties

Greenville is offering business owners a chance to receive up to $5,000 in grant money to improve the look of their property.

Tonight's NCEL Drawing

Tonight's NCEL Drawing 01/16/20

PCC holds breakfast in honor of MLK Jr.

Breakfast was served Thursday morning at Pitt Community College in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


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Winter storms bringing bone-chilling temperatures to Midwest and Northeast

Temperatures are forecast to be in the mid-20s at the kickoff of the AFC title game in Kansas City on Sunday, with the mercury dropping to the teens by the fourth quarter.

North Dakota brewery using beer cans to help dogs find forever homes

Fargo Brewing Company is using its beer cans for a good cause: to find forever homes for local shelter dogs. Its latest run of beer cans features adorable canines and some fun facts, like which pups love long walks or meeting new friends.

Mortgage refinancing applications surge thanks to low interest rates

The 30-year fixed interest rate is down almost one percentage point compared to a year ago, which can result in some big savings. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent crunches the numbers and has expert advice on what to consider before refinancing.

Evelyn Yang, wife of 2020 candidate Andrew Yang, says she was sexually assaulted

Evelyn Yang said she was sexually assaulted by her gynecologist when she was seven months pregnant with her first child. Now Yang and 31 other former patients are suing Dr. Robert Hadden and the hospital system for failing to protect them.

4 more suspected white supremacists arrested ahead of Virginia gun rally

Authorities say the men are connected to a white supremacist group called “The Base,” the English translation of al Qaeda. The FBI had arrested three others from that same group on Thursday, saying they had obtained weapons and discussed attending a pro-gun rally in Virginia next week.