A little over a year after two sharks attacks occurred at Oak Island, a local man is honoring the the survivors Saturday.
The two victims who lost a limb in shark attacks at Oak Island in the same day this summer met for the first time the week of Christmas.
One of the two victims to lose a limb in an Oak Island shark attack over the summer reached a big milestone just in time for Christmas.
The 12-year-old North Carolina girl who lost an arm in an Oak Island shark attack has been released from the hospital.
Mayor Betty Wallace is speaking out about a statement from the Gov. Pat McCrory on shark attacks.
Kiersten can now sit up in bed without help. She is even walking the halls of the hospital.
Today residents of Oak Island, and surrounding towns, went out around the area handing out fliers to help raise awareness for a campaign to help raise money for the victim's of last weekend's shark attacks in the area.
The mayor of Oak Island is responding to an editorial in USA Today about the shark attacks Sunday.
The 16-year-old whose arm was amputated after a shark attacked him at Oak Island is looking to the future and trying to stay positive after being released from New Hanover Regional Medical Center.
The 16-year-old whose arm was amputated after a shark attacked him has been released from a North Carolina hospital.