Fort Fisher Aquarium Director explains factors that may have caused the increased number of sharks bites in North Carolina during 2015.
In Carolina Beach, the beach accesses are getting a bit of a face lift. The town has already started putting up new access signs and will continue until all the accesses match.
The 2016 Freeman Park annual permits will go on sale December 1 for a discounted price.
Surf city town leaders are rebuilding some of the public beach accesses damaged from heavy rain and high tides.
Thursday night the Freeman Park Committee held its last meeting of the season to get an update on how things went with the new rules and higher rates.
High tides are delaying some sand bag construction in North Topsail Beach.
The National Weather Service is warning of a high risk of rip currents in northeastern South Carolina into southeastern North Carolina.
Hundreds of folks stood by the shoreline around noon after an apparent shark swam around some surfers.
From $375,000 to $2.6 million, that's how much some of our beach towns bring in from parking fees each year. But not all of that money, or in some cases even half of that money, is available to the town.
Beach visitors have a new tool to help them save a life when lifeguards aren't around at Fort Fisher.