Canada geese living year round in Duck got to the tall manmade nesting platform before the migrating ospreys returned. But geese normally nest on the ground.
The state has received nearly 246,000 claims from March 16 through March 27. All but about 30,000 of them are related to COVID-19.
The man charged is being held under a $2 million bond.
School buses and vans travel 800 miles each day while delivering more than 1,000 meals on the Outer Banks.
Jeremiah Munden died in 1876 trying to rescue crew members from a stranded ship off Currituc
Even while visitors are banned from Outer Banks, ferries are still carrying steady group of supply trucks, mail and locals
Fishing with no one in sight offers serenity in a stressful time
The Kitty Hawk weather buoy would lie about 25 miles offshore from Corolla.
Dare County closed U.S. 158 at the Wright Memorial Bridge on Thursday as a precaution against the spread of the coronavirus. Visitor and non-resident property owners cannot enter.
The driver of the tractor-trailer was hauling 18,000 pounds of commercial bathroom paper products, according to a release.
The person is at home and isolated
People are steadily getting the free nearly quart-sized bottle with one main warning: Don't drink it.
Commercial fishers hope the closures do not last long enough to stop the lucrative soft-shell crab market
Police officers started stopping traffic Tuesday afternoon at the east end of Wright Memorial Bridge.
Gov. Roy Cooper said he is also issuing an executive order banning all gatherings of more than 100 people.
We asked if you had any questions about the spread of the coronavirus to the Hampton Roads area. Here’s what we know so far.
The parade draws about 10,000 people annually.
The North Carolina Ferry Division is looking for new hires that can work their way to running one of the ferries on the Outer Banks