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Hatteras Open To Visitors For 1st Time Since Irene

Posted: 09/15/2011 - The southernmost villages of Hatteras Island are now open to visitors for the first time since Hurricane Irene made landfall in North Carolina almost three weeks ago.

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Deputies Investigate Two Bodies Found In Hyde County

Updated: 09/12/2011 - The Hyde County Sheriff's Office is investigating the discovery of two bodies found over the weekend. Deputies say at this time they believe the two deaths are unrelated.

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Some Closures Remain Following Irene

Updated: 09/06/2011 - Tyrrell County Schools and some parts of Cape Lookout National Seashore remain closed following Hurricane Irene.

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HURRICANE IRENE: Storm Losses Top $400 Million

Updated: 09/03/2011 - FEMA is now on the ground with disaster recovery centers open in several Eastern Carolina counties while the feds have added four more counties to the disaster list.

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Corolla Beach Closed Due To Hurricane Debris

Updated: 09/02/2011 - Currituck County Emergency Management spokesman Randall Edwards said Thursday that officials are waiting for the high tide to recede to determine whether the water at Corolla was safe.

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UPDATE: More Counties Get On Federal Help List

Updated: 09/02/2011 - Gov. Beverly Perdue has secured federal approval for public assistance, not individual assistance, to 20 counties in eastern North Carolina to help with recovery from Hurricane Irene.

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Hatteras, Ocracoke Closed To Labor Day Tourists

Posted: 08/31/2011 - Gov. Beverly Perdue got the news during a briefing Wednesday at the state's emergency response coordination center in Kinston. She said she agrees the damage is too severe for visitors to be accommodated.

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POLICE: Traffic Lights Out? All Drivers Must Stop

Updated: 08/29/2011 - Hundreds of traffic signals are not working because of the loss of power. There have already been multiple close calls by drivers speeding through intersections.

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TOP WIND GUST: Cedar Island At 115 MPH

Updated: 08/28/2011 - Eastern North Carolina was battered with strong winds yesterday with a 115 mph gust recorded at Cedar Island. Gusts topped 70 mph throughout much of our viewing area and you'll find specific info in this story.

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