The National Park Service is offering two full moon tours of the 257-step Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
Police said an 18-year-old admitted to texting while driving before she took out a wooden town sign and hit three parked cars.
The National Hurricane Center is changing the way it talks about storm surge in hopes that emergency officials, the media and the public can better understand the dangerous phenomenon.
Elizabeth City Police say that they are searching for a woman who witnesses say struck a man with her vehicle and left the scene.
The Coast Guard says that it has rescued a man who suffered a heart attack on a cruise ship off our state’s coast.
A Tyrrell County man is behind bars accused of attacking a woman.
Shifting sand continues to cause problems to get the Hatteras-Ocracoke ferries back on their original route.
One of Corolla's wild horses is getting nursed back to health after an unusual and dangerous plunge into the surf.
Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Willie Gilchrist today says he is resigning and plans to formally retire June 30th.
The National Park Service says "Captain" is a new colt who was born on Wednesday.
The mother of a woman who died during the sinking of a ship during Superstorm Sandy has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the vessel.
A MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter from Elizabeth City rescued Trevor Wilson from his 24-foot sailboat around 9:00 a.m. some 70 miles east of Kitty Hawk.
Last Saturday, the troopers found one of their cars splattered with paint, while the other had its rear window broken with a concrete block. The cruisers were parked at a motel.
Back on April 4th Currituck County deputies say they received a report of a woman sexually assaulted by someone impersonating an officer on Highway 158 in Barco.
A sign of the approaching summer is the new ferry schedule for the Ocracoke-Hatteras run.
Dozens of North Carolina coastal fishermen are making their voices heard on legislation that would essentially prevent commercial boats from catching and selling three fish species.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will hold five public meetings in the South to hear people's opinions about using genetically modified crops on wildlife refuges as food for migrating waterfowl.
A WITN viewer has some incredible video of a shark off the North Carolina coast.
The National Park Service says this is the first lighthouse fee increase in five years.
A grand jury in Elizabeth City earlier this month charged Harry Mann in a multi-count indictement.
Just after midnight Sunday, the Department of Transportation said the 90 mile detour for some commuters was over.
The Williamston center handles communications for Troop A, which is made up of 20 counties, east of I-95.
Legislation has been introduced in both the NC House & Senate to eliminate tolls and authorize the Ferry Division to raise revenue in other ways.
Folks trying to enter or leave parts of North Carolina's coast now have a detour in front of them.
An air crew from the Coast Guard station in Elizabeth City is en route to a catamaran that's in distress, southeast of Bermuda.
Commercial fishing is a big industry here in the east but it has taken a hit recently because of all of the windy weather.
Among those who had hoped Cindi Griffith would keep the older home is Tony Award-winning costume designer William Ivey Long, whose parents were friends with Griffith.
For many people here in the east, ferries are a crucial means of transportation. But if a new rule is approved, users could be paying a heavy price to get from point A to point B.
A superior court judge here in Eastern Carolina has been given an official public reprimand after complaints of judicial misconduct.
A young woman from Kill Devil Hills says she was denied a prom dress because her mother wasn't with her. The trouble is -- the teen's mother passed away from cancer two years ago.
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