Same Type Of Algae That Shut Down NJ Lakes Linked To Dog Deaths In North CarolinaTouching or ingesting the toxic algae can cause skin rash, digestive issues, eye infections and be even more harmful to pets.
NC Man Accused Of Driving Drunk With 4 Children In Car In WestburyFour children between the ages of 7 and 15 were in the vehicle at the time, along with a 38-year-old man.
Missing Swimmer Lost During Hudson River Marathon Identified, Search ContinuesThere's still no sign of a marathon swimmer who went missing in the Hudson River during Friday's leg of a week-long race.
Teen Severely Injured In Shark Attack, Shares Her Story Of SurvivalThe 17-year-old suffered severe injuries from the attack earlier this month at North Carolina's Fort Macon State Park.
Yankees Legend Jim 'Catfish' Hunter's Daughter Dies During School Fire DrillKim Hunter Daugherty died Thursday morning of an undisclosed medical condition at Hertford Grammar School, according to WFMY.
North Carolina Governor Warns Floodwaters Still 'Treacherous' After FlorenceNorth Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says "treacherous" floodwaters still pose a threat more than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall in the state.
President Trump Surveys Florence Storm Damage In North CarolinaThe storm is now blamed for at least 37 deaths in three states and roughly $22 billion worth of damages.
Florence Death Toll Up To 18, Flooding Grows In CarolinasFlorence has weakened to a tropical depression, but residents in the Carolinas are not out of the woods yet.
Florence Stalls Over Carolinas, Dumping Non-Stop Rain As Death Toll ClimbsA day after Florence blew ashore in North Carolina with 90 mph winds, more than 2 feet of rain had fallen in places, and the drenching went on and on, with forecasters saying there could be an additional 1½ feet by the end of the weekend.
Florence Down To A Tropical Storm As Death Toll RisesHurricane Florence made landfall Friday morning in North Carolina with howling 90 mph winds and terrifying storm surge early Friday, splintering buildings and trapping hundreds of people in high water
Hurricane Florence’s Outer Bands Close In On Carolina CoastThe National Hurricane Center's best guess was that Florence's eye would blow ashore as early as Friday afternoon around the North Carolina-South Carolina line.