The port in Morehead City is picking up business because of Katrina.
A huge yard sale is taking place in Williamston.
A local teenager hauls in a new state record!
UNC offers free tuition to hurricane-displaced students.
A North Carolina congresswoman was among eleven House members who voted against a 51 point eight billion dollar aid bill for Hurricane Katrina.
Pitt County's first Red Cross volunteer heading to the Gulf Coast left Thursday.
A group is collecting baby blankets to send to those families in need devastated by Katrina.
A five to one vote has put the conference center in Jacksonville on the back burner.
One organization is getting set to ship supplies to the Gulf region.
A federal appellate court says the Navy failed to properly examine environmental issues at the site of a proposed landing field in Eastern Carolina.
Strong rip currents are to blame for a death on the OBX.
Bob Denver, the goofy first mate Gilligan on the 1960s television show "Gilligan's Island," has died at the age of 70.
Governor Easley says other states have come to the aid of North Carolina after hurricanes have struck, and he says it's time to return the favor for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
For the third straight year, the overal crime rate in North Carolina has declined.
Miranda Tyson and Alexis Brooks from John Cotton Tayloe Elementary School sold lemonade and cookies Sunday and Labor Day. They raised nearly $200 for hurricane relief.