Elizabeth City police have made the following arrests over the past 90 days:
The Elizabeth City Police Department says they have made several arrests after a rash of break-ins in the area.
Police responding to a shooting call have found a person’s body in New Bern.
Deputies said they recovered a majority of the property when they arrested the suspect in January.
The suspect was taken into custody in Tyrrell County while detectives looked into dug activity across county lines.
A Manteo man is behind bars after being charged in the investigation of theft at his family’s house.
Nineteen children died of complications from the flu in the U.S. last week.
A woman who investigators said was trying to send drugs to an inmate in Dare County is now an inmate herself.
A board member says University of North Carolina system President Tom Ross will be leaving the school next year.
State health officials say 26 people died from the flu in North Carolina last week, raising the death toll for 2014-2015 to 90.
A school bus in Gaston County overturned Wednesday afternoon.
After an icy Wednesday morning, VDOT is cautioning drivers of refreezing roads as temperatures drop again overnight.
The reward offer for information leading to an arrest pertaining to the recent arson cases in Nags Head and Kill Devil Hills has been increa…
The Duck Police chief has resigned.
Many school systems are delaying the start of classes and morning commuters face treacherous conditions in NC.
Drivers in the OBX are frustrated by high gas prices, as motorists across much of country are experiencing relief at the pump.
Schools have canceled activities and announced delays in advance of a storm that could dump ice on much of North Carolina.
Scientists say a great white shark got very close to the Outer Banks this weekend and swam into Pamlico Sound.
The Elizabeth City Police Department is searching for one man believed to have a role in three recent armed robberies.
Temps dipped into the teens and wind chills slipped further to single digits and negatives across Hampton Roads and the OBX.
State health officials report 30 people died of complications from the flu in North Carolina last week.