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Bike ride to honor cyclist killed by impaired driver

One of Daniel Fetner's favorite places to ride was Carolina Beach State Park, so members of the community gathered there for a casual ride on Saturday afternoon.

Venus Flytraps in danger of being loved to death

The Carolina Beach State Park is a popular place for visitors and locals to enjoy. However, some species living in the park, like Venus Flytraps, are in danger.

Memorial ride set to honor teen cyclist killed by a drunk driver

A memorial ride will be held later this month to honor Daniel Fetner, the teen killed by an impaired driver back in July.

Prescribed burn scheduled at Carolina Beach State Park

Park Superintendent Chris Helms says the burn is for the Flytrap Trail area off of Nature Trail Lane.

Filming to close portion of Carolina Beach State Park

If you plan on trekking through Carolina Beach State Park in the next few days, certain areas will be off limits.

Prescribed burn underway in Carolina Beach

If you see smoke in the air toward Carolina Beach, don't be alarmed.

Parks across North Carolina offer hikes on New Year’s Day

North Carolina's state parks will be holding special programs on New Year's Day as part of First Day Hikes.

Prescribed burn in Carolina Beach State Park

A prescribed burn is planned for Tuesday morning at Carolina Beach State Park.

Deputies identify 2015 drowning victim

Deputies said they now know the identity of the man who drowned at Carolina Beach State Park.

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