- Sam Walker

The Voice Podcast: Wednesday, October 18, 2017You can hear Voice newscasts every weekday morning on Max Radio of the Carolina's stations Beach 104, 94.5 WCMS, 99.1 The Sound, and Classic Rock 104.9 & 92.3.

- Sam Walker

Food Lion issues recall of deli chicken tenders sold locallyThe recall is for chicken tenders with sell by dates from Oct. 16 to 20 from stores in Ahoskie, Corolla, Moyock, Grandy, Edenton, the Weeksville Road location in Elizabeth City, and the store at milepost 10.5 in Nags Head.

- Submitted Story

Researchers rediscover WWII shipwreck in the Pamlico SoundA team of East Carolina University graduate students led by has identified the Pappy’s Lane shipwreck in the Pamlico Sound near Rodanthe as a type of World War II troop transport.

- Russ Lay

Construction hearing zeros in on COA course offeringsA proposed new $7.5 million facility for COA's Dare County campus of COA Cwould combine the two facilities on Roanoke Island into one location on the site of the old Manteo High School.

- The Voice

Outer Banks SPCA Pet of the Week: RhapsodyThe Outer Banks SPCA is in Manteo at 1031 Driftwood Drive. Call 252-475-5620, look them up at www.obxspca.org or friend them on Facebook. They have many furry friends who would love to part of your family.

- Sam Walker

West First Street closure in KDH extended to end of weekWest First Street in Kill Devil Hills will remain closed to through traffic between North Croatan Highway and Canal Drive through the end of this week. Drainage under the roadway is being upgraded as part of the Publix construction project.

- Submitted Story

Video: KH widening almost done; Buxton hits another snagThe northern nourishment project is nearing its conclusion in front of the Kitty Hawk bathhouse, but progress on the Buxton project had been stalled since August because of continued rough seas and mechanical issues.

- The Voice

Cooper directs prisons to improve security after fatal attackThe Department of Public Safety aims to make prisons safer following a violent attack at Pasquotank Correctional Institution that claimed the lives of two prison employees.

- Island Free Press

For first time in years, Cape Point was accessible all summerThough Cape Point was technically closed for almost two hours in July when unexploded ordnance washed ashore on the Shelly Island sandbar, the beach otherwise remained open for ORVs.

- Rob Morris

Kill Devil Hills plans to replace a familiar town landmarkThe project will replace the 250,000-gallon tank with one that can hold 400,000 gallons. Antennas around the top of the old tank will be moved to a new 180-foot-tall monopole, according to plans reviewed by commissioners.

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