The center of Tropical Depression Eight is slowly moving away from the Outer Banks.
A police officer is being recognized as a hero after saving more than a dozen people from a restaurant after a potentially deadly gas leak.
A federal judge ruled Friday that two UNC students and an employee must be allowed to use restrooms matching their gender.
Emergency crews responded to a carbon monoxide leak at Leon Nixon Catering in the 700 block of Virginia Road.
The Park Service said in a news release that the injured green sea turtle was found on the beach Sunday morning and had to be euthanized.
Detectives have a suspect in custody.
Two flash drives vanished while it was moving files from Eastern Carolina Cardiovascular to the Outer Banks Hospital.
People reported seeing the waterspout in the Nags Head, Wanchese and Oregon Inlet areas.
The judge is giving North Carolina 10 days to transfer Dibon Toone from Richmond to North Carolina where he will stand trial.
The sheriff’s office is warning residents about phone scams that are going around the area.
A Suffolk man was arrested in Camden County for allegedly stealing a woman’s identity.
The $2 million facility replaces a smaller, outdated one that was built in 1985.
Luis Reyes Perez Morales was driving the car at the time of the crash.
The stolen vehicle has been recovered and returned to the county bus garage.
The driver of the car did not stop and fled the scene, according to police.