Strong to severe storms possible today; cooler and drier by Tuesday.
Fighting for rural health care, that's why a mayor from the east says he decided to walk all the way to the nation's capital. More>>
NC Works partnered with the Greenville American Legion and employers in Pitt County to hold a job fair Monday. More>>
Attorney General Roy Cooper is in New Bern working with local and state law enforcement to make North Carolina a safer place. More>>
Dollar Tree is buying rival discount store Family Dollar in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $8.5 billion. More>>
A traveling exhibit about the Emancipation Proclamation is being displayed at a North Carolina plantation that relied on slave labor. More>>
The National Weather Service reports some damage from a severe weather system in Greene County. More>>
Beaufort County Commissioners are meeting Monday to discuss whether to add an additional ambulance to service the Belhaven area.
A nice firm handshake has long been a mark of good manners and elevated social skills, but it's also a very germy way to greet your fellow humans. More>>
The week long day camp runs from July 28th through August 1st, from 9 am - 4 pm daily at the Station 6 Fire Training Grounds. More>>
Hundreds stood outside the Wilson County Courthouse on Sunday night to help a family grieve four days after 7-year-old Kamari Jones was shot and killed in his own home. More>>
A Farmville resident tackles a suspect trying to flee from police.
A second American aid worker has tested positive for the Ebola virus at the same hospital in Liberia where an American doctor became infected while helping to combat an outbreak of the deadly disease, a relief group... More>>
A spokesperson for Walmart confirms an employee at one of its eastern North Carolina stores asked a breastfeeding mom to move to a toilet stall to feed her newborn. More>>
A Greenville man is behind bars for shooting a dog.
North Carolina teachers are being offered substantially higher salaries to move and teach in Texas. More>>
Hatteras Island is a vacation destination for more than a million people a year. More>>
Bikers rode through Pitt County to raise money for charity. More>>
About 100 people in the U.S. drown each year because of rip currents, and around 80 percent of swimmers who have to be rescued in the ocean are caught in them.
North Carolina legislative leaders say they have reached an agreement on the outline of a state budget. More>>
A new twist on a fake check scam is targeting Mary Kay consultants.
Community members established a fundraising account for a woman murdered in Onslow County. More>>
It's another day of football over at East Carolina as the ladies of Pirate Nation show off their skills for Coach Ruffin McNeill. More>>
One person is injured after a Saturday morning crash in New Bern. More>>
The second suspect is behind bars in connection with a murder in LaGrange More>>
A lot of teachers are spending the summer working at temporary jobs away from the classroom.
For many people in the east, their severe storm plan includes hunkering down in county shelters to protect themselves. More>>
The Pitt County 12U All-Star softball team is busy on the practice field getting ready for 2014 Babe Ruth World Series. More>>
It's another magical night over at Elm Street Park as some of the best young baseball players in the country converge in Greenville. Tonight was the opening ceremony for the Tournament of State Champions. More>>
The Association of Mexicans in North Carolina" or "AMEXCAN" sponsored a workshop tonight alongside the" N.C. Justice Center" to answer questions about fraud protection and the “Deferred Action for Early Childhood Arrivals” program. More>>
Congress passed a bill Friday that makes it legal to "unlock" cellphones so the devices can -at least in some instances- be used on other carriers. More>>
The Maola Milk plant is scheduled to close its processing operations on Sunday. More>>
A new high school in the east dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math is set to open its doors next week. More>>
Three months after tornadoes ripped through portions of Beaufort County, people are still working to pick up the pieces. More>>
Fast food workers say they're prepared to escalate their campaign for higher wages and union representation, starting with a national convention in suburban Chicago where more than 1,000 workers will discuss the future... More>>
Have you ever wondered what your favorite Pirates have to do to be successful? It is not easy as we found out today at Coach Ruffin McNeill's Fantasy Camp. More>>
The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued 10 people after their pontoon boat began taking on water southeast of Bald Head Island. More>>
A Jacksonville man is charged by Onslow County authorities with child abuse after they say he spanked a young girl with several objects. More>>
A defense attorney says the case of Jeffrey MacDonald isn't over despite a federal judge's rejection of the former Army doctor's claim of innocence and request for a new trial. More>>
Pitt County reports they are seeing the highest productivity levels in the state for processing Medicaid applications on NC Fast. More>>
Police charge a man for crashing into the lobby of a New Bern post office Friday morning. More>>
Police have identified a 7-year-old killed in a shooting Wednesday night in Wilson. More>>
Three people are facing charges in Kinston after police seized drugs and weapons. More>>
Storms with gusty winds, torrential rainfall, and dangerous lightning sparked three fires Thursday afternoon in Carteret County. More>>
Plans are being developed to make Neuse Boulevard in New Bern more walker-friendly. More>>
Happening Saturday, Riley's Army is hosting their 4th Annual Riding For The Kids' Motorcycle Ride. More>>
Tideland EMC has stepped up to help out with disaster relief efforts following April tornadoes. More>>
A UNC research professor was robbed and beaten to death Wednesday afternoon on University Drive in Chapel Hill, police said.
North Carolina is inviting former athletes who left before completing coursework to return and earn their degrees.
Millions of dollars in health insurance rebates will be coming to consumers in South Carolina and North Carolina from companies the government says spent too much of premium dollars on profits and red tape last year.
Almost 90 students will receive their degrees and diplomas from Miller-Motte College in Greenville on Friday.The commencement ceremony is being held at the Greenville Convention Center at 6:00 p.m.North Carolina Senator, Don Davis, will deliver the commencement address. Senator Davis represents the fifth district which consists of Greene County along with parts of Pitt, Wayne, and Lenoir Counties as well.Miller-Motte College originally formed in Wilmington in 1916 and primarily offers Associa... More>>
A federal judge has denied Jeffrey MacDonald's latest bid for a new trial. The 70-year-old former Army captain is serving three life sentences in the stabbing deaths of his pregnant wife, Colette, and 5-year-old Kimberley and 2-year-old Kristen in their Fort Bragg home. More>>
Members of the military were awarded for their service Wednesday.
Members of the military were awarded for their service Wednesday.