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Curfew established for residents and visitors of Hatteras Island

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The Dare County Sheriff's Office has established a curfew for local residents as well as for those trying to access Hatteras Island. Full story...
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Coastal waters temporarily close to shellfishing

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Upon recommendation of the state health director, the NC Division of Marine Fisheries will temporarily close all coastal waters to shellfish harvesting effective immediately, due to potential impacts of floodwaters on these areas. Full story...
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Perdue asks for federal disaster declaration

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North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue is asking for a federal disaster declaration for seven coastal counties that suffered severe damage during Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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Hurricane Irene leads to at least 26 deaths

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Hurricane Irene led to the deaths of at least 26 people in eight states, including six in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC investor accused of fraud holds estate sale

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Neighbors say a North Carolina hedge-fund manager whose assets were frozen after regulators accused him of securities fraud has been selling off bits and pieces of his home's interior. Full story...
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2 women bare breasts at NC anti-topless rally

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A rally to protest a recent topless event in Asheville included two women baring their breasts. Full story...
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More than 500,000 customers without power in NC

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More than half a million utility customers in North Carolina have no power as Hurricane Irene grinds up the coast. Full story...
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Nash County man crushed to death by tree limb

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Emergency officials in Nash County said a man was crushed to death outside his home by a large limb blown down during high winds from Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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CFPUA crews and facilities performance

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There are no current overflows or failures at any CFPUA facilities. Crews worked diligently through the storm to prevent events. Full story...
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State price gouging law in effect due to Irene

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North Carolina’s strong price gouging law is now in effect because a state of emergency has been declared due to Hurricane Irene, Attorney General Roy Cooper notified businesses and consumers today. Full story...
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Dare issues mandatory evacuation for all residents

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Dare County officials have ordered all residents to move inland beginning at 8 a.m. Friday as Hurricane Irene approaches. Full story...
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American Legion duped by fake Marine at NC tourney

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There are red faces among the smiles after a record-breaking North Carolina baseball tournament discovered a speaker wasn't the decorated combat veteran he claimed to be. Full story...
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NC man dies after Fayetteville police try arrest

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A North Carolina man has died after struggling with Fayetteville police officers who tried to arrest him after witnesses said he was running into traffic. Full story...
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Fort Bragg hub for Hurricane Irene relief supplies

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North Carolina's Army base is playing a key role in preparing for Hurricane Irene. Full story...
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