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Being informed, preparing and focusing on safety is essential to surviving a life-threatening storm. Lenoir County Sheriff Ronnie Ingram and Lenoir County Emergency Services Deputy Director Dustin Burkett sat down with Neuse News’ Janet Sutton earlier today to discuss being proactive.
The Swift911 is a high-speed emergency notification system.
A shooting occurred on Williams Loop Road south of Kinston this afternoon. The Lenoir County Sheriff's Office is investigating the shooting.
View the 90-plus images of the annual National Night Out as seen through the camera lens of Neuse News Photographer Bud Hardy.
The U.S. 70 East corridor was busy Tuesday afternoon after an explosion and a report of an armed man.
An arrest was made in a July 6 attempted murder.
An arrest was made in the April death of a child.
After flipping his car into a ditch on Friday evening, a driver ran from the scene of the accident, leading to a manhunt.
On July 1, numerous new items will be prohibited in the courthouse.
Neuse News columnist Mike Parker takes a look at the educational requirements of law enforcement officials.
Retired Kinston Fire Chief Don Crawford was among those receiving prestigious honors at the annual Lenoir County Emergency Services banquet this week.
The Lenoir County Sheriffs Office responded to a shooting incident that occurred on Pink Hill Road in Pink Hill N.C. around noon today.
The Kinston-Lenoir County Peace Officers Memorial Service honored law enforcement offers who paid the ultimate sacrifice keeping the area safe.
A home in La Grange exploded Saturday morning, injuring the occupant and damaging nearby houses.
Today marks the 10-year anniversary of two Lenoir County Sheriff’s Office detectives being shot — including one dying in the line of duty.