Flexibility provided for those going through law enforcement training

Wed Apr 08 20:48:13 PDT 2020

Flexibility provided for those going through law enforcement training

Governor Roy Cooper recently issued an order that creates more flexibility in law enforcement training schedules during the state of emergency so that people training for new positions can pause their training and start at a later date.

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Curfew in effect for second night in Greenville

Greenville police shut down streets in the Uptown area Tuesday afternoon because of the potential for protests.

Kinston High School holds graduation ceremonies

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North Carolina Chief Justice's message about statewide unrest

The Chief Justice of North Carolina's Supreme Court, Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, shared recommendations in response to the worldwide protests and riots over the killing of George Floyd while in police custody.

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ECU denounces student hate speech on social media

East Carolina University said it will investigate hate speech posted by students on social media.


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