SUVs Had Their Tires Slashed at Beach Access on Hatteras Island, Kill Devil Hills

Multiple reports have been filed with law enforcement in recent days of tires being slashed on sport utility vehicles parked at a beach access in Kill Devil Hills and on Hatteras Island. The Kill Devil Hills incident happened on Wednesday sometime between 3:30 and 4:15 p.m. at the Raleigh Street access. All four tires on […] Community News |  Full Article

Coast Guard Asks Boaters to Stay Within Safety Zone at Old Bonner Bridge

Coast Guard Station Oregon Inlet is seeing an uptick in charter and recreational vessels violating the current Code of Federal Regulations safety zone in place for the demolition of the old Bonner Bridge. Vessels are cutting through the center span and other spans, not following the navigational buoy system, the Coast Guard says. These phased […] Local News |  Full Article

OBX Plates Won’t Run Out Anytime Soon; NCDMV Launches New Standard Plate

A few years ago, there was concern that the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles License Plate Agency in Manteo would eventually run out of “OBX” plates. That potential problem has been eliminated, thanks to a new series of number and letter combinations, and the addition of a third license plate style that was released statewide […] Local News |  Full Article

Flip Flops Lost from Container Ship Off Outer Banks Washing Up from Europe to the Bahamas

Remember that freighter traveling from Norfolk to Charleston that lost 76 containers off the Outer Banks in a 2018 nor’easter, including several carrying sulfuric acid? Turns out some of those lost containers had items possibly destined for local stores and a nearby indoor waterpark. And they’ve been washing up on the other side of the […] Local News |  Full Article

All-Women Team Wins 2018 Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Surf Invitational Fishing Tournament

The Outcasters, an all-women’s team from Nags Head, won the 61st Cape Hatteras Anglers Club Surf Invitational Fishing Tournament. Stephanie Bayne, Audrey Whitlock, Sharon Newbold, Ginger Knight, Angie Gaskins and Jean Flannigan caught 47 fish for a total of 218 points to finish atop the 120-team tournament that’s the largest in the world.