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Pamlico County residents head for Wake County shelters

As the coast continues preparations for Hurricane Florence, Tuesday a busload of people left Pamlico County for shelters farther inland.

WITN and Red Cross of ENC team up for Friday fundraiser

WITN is once again teaming up with the Red Cross of Eastern North Carolina, this time helping victims of Hurricane Florence.

Harkers Island Fire Chief: "We need food"

As the sun set over Harkers island Wednesday evening, days after Hurricane Florence left the area badly damaged, residents find themselves still without power, without air conditioning and running low on supplies.

NCEL 09-19-18

NCEL 09-19-18

President assures Eastern Carolina that "We're going take care of everybody"

President Trump was briefed with testimonials from several local and state officials about the current status of hurricane recovery efforts as well as what resources are needed throughout the region and state.

After several days without power, the town of Grifton has electricity again

The Pitt County town of Grifton has power once again after residents were in the dark for days from Hurricane Florence.

Weather Authority Forecast for Thursday, September 20th

Weather Authority Forecast for Thursday, September 20th

 

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