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2 charged after missing man’s burned body found

Authorities in North Carolina have charged two men in the death of a man who was reported missing.

Celebration, New Bern bear planned to honor Casey Hathaway

A celebration is in the works to recognize the safe and happy ending to the search for Casey Hathaway.

Cooper, Cabinet visit eastern North Carolina for events

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and his administration's top lieutenants are visiting Down East to talk about Hurricane Florence recovery, the economy and other topics.

Largest Harris Teeter in the world finds home in eastern NC

The largest Harris Teeter in the world opened its doors to shoppers Wednesday morning.

One injured in North Carolina home explosion

A home explosion was felt throughout New Bern Thursday afternoon -- stemming from an incident on Caracara Drive in the Fairfield Harbor subdivision.

Vandals strike work on New Bern Christmas displays

It's the most wonderful time of the year but Beary Merry Christmas volunteers are disappointed after learning someone has messed with their hard work.

Did New Bern turn down help before Florence hit?

Just days after Hurricane Florence, recovery for people who live in New Bern got underway and those who evacuated returned home to see the damage the storm left behind.

Trump: ‘We will be 100 percent’ with storm victims

Handing out hot dogs, hugs and comforting words, President Donald Trump sought Wednesday to soothe those who suffered losses in Hurricane Florence, declaring that "America grieves for you" as he surveyed damage the powerful storm left behind.

Juvenile identified, charged with bomb threat of New Bern middle school

The juvenile has been placed in secure custody and charged with making a false report concerning a destructive device.

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Mayor’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony

Friday night at six o'clock Southport will officially kickoff the holiday season.

Ex-firefighter alleges discrimination, harassment in lawsuit

A female ex-firefighter is suing a North Carolina fire department, saying the fire chief deprived her of her duty and inflicted severe mental and emotional distress.

North Carolina deputy shot; suspect in custody

A North Carolina deputy was shot in the leg Thursday night when a woman took a gun from her husband and it went off.

Holiday Cooking with Chef Neff: Leftover turkey and collard soup

Once you're tired of turkey sandwiches and casseroles, what's left to do with the Thanksgiving leftovers? Chef Dean Neff of Wilmington's Seabird restaurant recently met with WWAY's Donna Gregory to demonstrate a cool way to make a hot soup.