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Marine helicopter makes emergency landing in Onslow County

A U.S. Marines helicopter was forced to make a precautionary emergency landing and caught fire in eastern North Carolina.

Beach vacation leads to $1M scratch-off win for North Myrtle Beach man

Robert Mills of North Myrtle Beach came up to North Carolina for a beach vacation and found himself the lucky winner of a $1 million prize.

Death by distribution law in effect in North Carolina

A new law recently took effect in North Carolina that officials say will work to curb drug dealing.

2 charged with involuntary manslaughter in Pender overdose death

Two people are being held on manslaughter charges in the death of a North Carolina man who died from an overdose.

Second Sneads Ferry daycare worker charged with assaulting baby

A Sneads Ferry daycare remains closed and a second employee faces charges after a baby went to the hospital with head trauma last month

Welcome Home Angel surprises Sneads Ferry child

Over the weekend, Welcome Home Angel revealed a bedroom makeover for Reed Richards, a Sneads Ferry child.

Well-known cafe at NC coast reopens after Florence causes $500,000 in damage

Businesses across eastern North Carolina are beginning the new year with a fresh start after so many of them were damaged during Hurricane Florence. 

WaterStep brings clean water to communities in North Carolina

The plea came from a six-year-old and her mother in a North Carolina McDonald’s over breakfast: Hurricane Florence had inundated their small town and contaminated rural water supplies.

900-mile Marine Raider Memorial March ends at Camp Lejeune

The final 4.2 mile leg started this morning at Stump Sound Park in Sneads Ferry at 8:45 and ended at the MARSOC Command Center .

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Bipartisan bill leaves out key climate, clean energy steps

While the bill would make it easier for several kinds of structures to withstand severe weather events, it does not meet President Biden's pledge to reduce US dependence on fossil fuels.

Tennessee won’t incentivize COVID shots but pays to vax cows

The governor of Tennessee does not support offering a financial incentive for citizens to get vaccinated against Covid 19 but he does support reimbursing farmers for vaccinating their cows against several types of diseases.

Biles returns to Olympic competition, wins bronze on beam

Heavily favored to win several Olympic medals, Simone Biles will bring home the bronze for her scaled-back routine on the balance beam.

Pet Pals: 1-Year-old Tabby Cat is in need of a new home

This week’s Pet Pal is a 1-year-old Tabby Cat.