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A little more than five months into 2019, three drownings at Emerald Isle beaches have the town implementing improved measures to ensure water safety.
Emergency personnel in the town of Pine Knoll Shores said the amount of water rescues this early in the season is high.
As temperatures get warmer, we'll see more people hitting the beach, and while having fun is important, safety is the number one priority.
Labor Day marked the end of the Carolina Beach Ocean Rescue season.
The body of a 17-year-old swimmer missing off the North Carolina coast has been located.
Less than two months after he was hired, the Carolina Beach beach ranger has resigned. Now the police department is hiring the position instead of the Parks and Recreation division.
Wilmington resident JoAnn Swart and her husband advocate for rip currents awareness after losing their daughter.
A beach ranger will patrol the coast line year-round enforcing town ordinances in Carolina Beach.
It's Rip Current Awareness week. The same week our area is tracking a tropical system. With the beach season in full swing, officials are hoping to keep more people safe this summer.
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