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Providers aim to assist those living with a mental illness earlier Video included

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The negative stigma that those suffering from mental illness are somehow dangerous or should be avoided has gained traction in the past. More>>

Local art on display at Ayden art show Video included

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Local artists are showing off their talents at the 6th annual Ayden Art Show. More>>

N.C. Institute of Medicine issues rural health action plan

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The N.C. Institute of Medicine issued its first comprehensive analysis called the, "North Carolina Rural Health Action Plan.""Improving health outcomes in rural North Carolina is more than simply bringing doctors and hospitals to less populated areas," said Dr. Adam Zolotor, interim president and CEO of the institiute.The plan lays out a more proactive approach. More>>

Beach goers reminded to keep it clean over holiday weekend Video included

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As we head into the Labor Day weekend and most of us head to the beach, we're reminded to keep it clean while enjoying the sand and sun. More>>

9 On Your Side Investigates Coal Ash And The East

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Coal ash is one of the most challenging problems facing the state. More>>

Law enforcement working together to ensure safety at ECU games Video included

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For most Pirate fans, the most important thing is winning the game. More>>

GPD taking applicants for Explorer Program Video included

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Teenagers hoping for a career in law enforcement get a chance to make it happen Thursday. More>>

Stealz app is win-win for businesses and customers Video included

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Everyone is looking for a deal and sometimes it's as easy as checking-in or posting a photo to your social media accounts, according to a new app that helps you save money and connect with your friends.Stealz is a smart phone app that helps you earn points by posting on your Twitter and Facebook accounts. More>>

New program aims to recruit and retain Beaufort Co. educators Video included

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Beaufort County is rolling out a new program aimed at retaining and recruiting educators in the county. More>>

How to report drivers who pass stopped NC school buses

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Thousands of motorists pass stopped school buses every day, and you can do something about it.The North Carolina Highway Patrol has a form for people who see a motorist pass a stopped school bus.Highway Patrol form to report drivers who pass school busesUnder North Carolina law, G.S. 20-217, drivers going either direction must stop when a school bus is stopped to let children off. Drivers are not supposed to continue until the bus has completed dropping the children off and begun to move agai... More>>

Students head back to class in Eastern North Carolina Video included

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It's the first day of school in Eastern North Carolina and many students are excited as they head back to class. More>>

School funding: Where does your county rank? Video included

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School districts all across the East continue to face state and federal budget cuts. More>>

Ice Bucket Challenge and 9OYS help Lenoir Co. woman raise funds for ALS Video included

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We told you earlier this week about a Lenoir County woman who is embracing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after losing both her mother and grandmother to the disease. More>>

ECU students move into dorms Video included

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New ECU students are moving into dorms all across campus. More>>

School bus safety essential for students, parents and drivers Video included

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The first day of school is quickly approaching and that means some changes for everyone on the roadways. More than 13,000 school buses are set to hit the road next week statewide and we want to make sure that everyone stays safe getting to where they need to be. More>>

Uniforms make a difference for Pitt Co. students Video included

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Students are getting ready to head back to class but school supplies aren't the only thing that is needed in the classroom. Uniforms are necessary in Pitt County and the school district says there has been a positive impact in schools since the rule was put in place in 2008. More>>

Lenoir County teacher shines as STEM Teacher of the Month Video included

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Elizabeth Jackson's fifth graders are using I Pads to teach their fellow second graders lessons that take time and patience. It's a method called “teaching across grade levels.” According to Jackson having technology in the classroom makes it easy to learn from each other. “For them to go to the second graders and explain to them the newton's 3 laws of motion and have the second graders come back to me and explain them and understand them, then relate it math as week, that's mastery right the... More>>

New plan brings counties together to plan for natural disasters Video included

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Officials in Pitt, Jones, Lenoir, Greene and Wayne counties are working together to make communities in the East safe. More>>

School supply drive helps student focus on education Video included

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School is about week away in Pitt County and teachers are getting back to work to prepare for students. Some students though won't have what they need to start the school year off right. More>>

Students learn what it takes to protect and serve Video included

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School is right around the corner and many kids are making the best of the last days of summer, squeezing in as many activities as possible. One group in Greenville is spending the week with the police learning all about what it takes to work as an officer. More>>

Greenville to honor World's Ugliest Dog Video included

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Greenville’s City Council will meet on Thursday and honor a dog that made headlines earlier this year. More>>

Lenoir County "State of Exclusion" report stirs community conversation Video included

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People in one eastern North Carolina community are talking about race relations. More>>

North Carolina health law

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North Carolina has some surprisingly strict laws when it comes to health advice. More>>

Greenville woman wins first prize in NC branding contest

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What does North Carolina mean to you? More>>

Red Cross launches "Heroes Campaign"

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Money troubles at the Red Cross.
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9 On Your Side presents Justice 4 All

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9 On Your Side is proud to present Justice 4 All. Call (888) 616-0614 to speak with lawyers from the North Carolina Bar Association. More>>

Agency, big box retailer collect broken Christmas lights

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With the tree recycled, what to do with the lights that didn't last the season? You can recycle those also. More>>

ENC shops offer discounts for Small Business Saturday

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Shops in eastern North Carolina offered deals to attract customers on Small Business Saturday.
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