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North Carolina's transportation secretary, who moonlighted as a novelist and was criticized for going on a book tour before an impending snowstorm, resigned abruptly Tuesday, saying he wanted to focus on his family and book career. Former Secretary Tony Tata sent an email Tuesday morning to Transportation Department staff, listing his accomplishments during more than two years in office, including reducing wait times at the Division of Motor Vehicles and an agreement with environmental groups that allows construction of the Bonner Bridge to Hatteras Island to begin. Comment?
In this photo taken Tuesday, July 7, 2015, Kathryn Peperkorn of Rocklin, Calif., looks at the Atlantic Ocean while vacationing with her family on the Outer Banks in Cape Hatteras, N.C.. Peperkorn said she is allowing her childre... . Comment?
A Martha's Vineyard lighthouse that is among the most endangered historic landmarks in the U.S. began its gradual march away from a rapidly eroding cliffside on Thursday. Powerful hydraulic pistons inched the 160-year-old Gay Head Lighthouse roughly 5 feet along steel rails lathered with soap just before noon. Comment?
May 24th-30th has been designated North Carolina Hurricane Preparedness week to make weather-readiness a priority as hurricane season begins. North Carolina is one the most hurricane ravaged states in the country. Comment?
Katharine, the great white shark that often hangs out on the North Carolina coast, pinged Friday morning just north of Cape Hatteras. The research group Ocearch has been tracking the 14'2" great white since Aug. 19, 2013. Comment?
His family says ... . Louis Jordan, second from left, walks from the Coast Guard helicopter to the Sentara Norfolk General Hospital in Norfolk, Va., after being found off the North Carolina coast, Thursday, April 2, 2015. Comment?
Coast Guard rescues 5 off sailboat 200 miles off Cape Hatteras F - WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC The Coast Guard rescued five people Friday from a sailboat after the sailboat's mast broke about 200 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Watchstanders at the Coast Guard 5th District Command Center in Portsmouth received notification at 1:50 P.M. that the 55-foot catamaran Rain Maker, homeported in Manhattan, New York, broke a mast in 40 mph winds and 13 foot seas roughly 200 miles southeast of Cape Hatteras. Comment?
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