Night Hunting Proposed for Feral Swine and Coyotes
New Bern, NC – In recent years, there have been increased sightings of coyote and feral hogs in the state. This has prompted the NC Wildlife Resources Commission to propose year round nighttime hunting as a way to control their populations.
"After a little hunting pressure, they're both are fairly intelligent and they become nocturnal. "
Proposed Havelock 70 bypass raises questions of necessity
New Bern, NC – When a group named the Southern Environmental Law Center expresses opposition to a bypass that would cut through a national forest, you can't be surprised. When that same group sends out a press release that leads off with a lack of expected economic benefit for the affected community, that tends to grab your attention.
NEW BERN, NC – A new bill could alter the landscape of chemical regulation in the United States by empowering researchers to take swift action against the most potentially harmful chemicals in use today. LC Morris has more
New Bern, NC – Whistler's Mother is one of the most recognized paintings in the world, but few know that the woman in the portrait was born and raised in southeastern North Carolina. We talk about her life and experiences during the Civil War.
Cannon recovery highlights wind-besotted fall dive on the Queen Anne's Revenge
New Bern, NC – When underwater archeologists get together to plan their annual fall dive on the Queen Anne's Revenge they typically plan on allowing one day out of five to have weather inhospitable to diving the site. This year during their October-long dive their precautions weren't precautionary enough.
Hurricane Irene Causes Fish Kill in Many Local Rivers
New Bern, NC – Torrential rain from Hurricane Irene washed leaves and other organic matter into rivers in eastern North Carolina. As the material decays, dissolved oxygen levels drop and the result is a wide spread fish kill impacting many coastal rivers.
New Bern, NC – We hit the road to talk with residents and business owners along the coast about the aftermath Hurricane Irene. Then it's on to Craven County, where disaster response teams are helping people rebuild and repair their homes.
NEW BERN, NC – As more customers/people choose to conduct their postal business online, on their smart phones and at their favorite shopping destinations, the need for the US. Postal Service to maintain its offices nationwide diminishes. LC. Morris, this week, takes a look inside at the closures and consolidations of what might be Your local Post Office