People in the southern Outer Banks continue to keep a watchful eye on Hurricane Matthew.
North Carolina residents are being asked to sign up to become volunteers in case Matthew affects the state.
The storm is slowing and that only residents in Charleston and Beaufort counties are ordered to leave on Wednesday.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Matthew will remain a powerful storm at least through Thursday night.
The National Hurricane Center downgraded Hurricane Matthew to a Category 3 storm during its 2:00 am update.
Officials do not anticipate a mandatory evacuation for mainland Hyde County.
Come Hurricane or Tropical Storm, the always fragile Outer Banks is preparing.
A State of Emergency was issued for Dare County and all six towns Tuesday afternoon, effective immediately.
A homicide investigation is underway in Bertie County after authorities found a man dead inside of a car Tuesday morning.
More of the forecast models are starting to take Matthew further inland than previously expected.
Biologists with the shark research group Ocearch say they are tracking a 1,600 pound Great White shark off Corolla.
ECU has released a statement following members of the marching band taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on Monday declared a state of emergency for 66 counties in the state.
Deputies arrested three teenagers early Sunday morning in connection with the murder of Uday Manik.
Emergency crews suspended their search for the man Monday.