The Latest from Beach 104
Mark Harvey, the Kill Devil Hills cab driver found in the driveway of a home eight days ago in Colington Harbour, has died from his injuries, according to his family. Police still don't know exactly what happened.
The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries calculates that red drum landings between Sept. 1 and Nov. 23 totaled 260,866 pounds, exceeding the annual harvest limit by 10,866 pounds.
The history of the Wright brothers will live on in the N.C. Museum of History now that the full-scale reproduction of the 1911 glider soars above the atrium after years of the foyer being vacant.
The team listened to 208 Dare County residents and their suggestions for suitable measures for coastal management and the long-term health of the local economy. About 40 Hatteras Islanders participated.
After a brief run of warm temperatures and dry weather on the Outer Banks, it looks like the holiday weekend will begin with rain and continue to be cool with a stiff onshore wind.
Join Outer Banks Visions for the celebration of Wilbur Wright's 147th birthday.
The Bodie Island and Cape Hatteras lighthouses opened for the season today. Guided tours will be offered at the Bodie Island Lighthouse, while visitors can climb the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse at set intervals.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will hold a public hearing on April 22 at its headquarters in Raleigh to accept public comments on a proposed temporary rule change authorizing the Commission to establish still hunting zones on game lands.
Two Virginia Beach residents were arrested minutes after the robbery Thursday of the Towne Bank of Currituck in the village of Camden. The call came in shortly before 5 p.m.
The Currituck Lacrosse Club will be selling Krispy Kreme doughnuts at locations throughout the county on Saturday.