Attorney General Roy Cooper said his office has already received more than 150 complaints since Hurricane Matthew hit.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is working around the clock to repair roads across the state following Hurricane Matthew.
Residents in six more counties are eligible to apply for federal disaster assistance for losses or damage sustained to during Hurricane Matt…
The river is expected to crest just below 29 feet around midnight Saturday.
There were two emergency rescue missions in the area on Thursday.
Forced to evacuate their house during Matthew, one Raleigh couple returned to find their home had been broken into, just days days before th…
A Raleigh couple is amazed at what their community did to help others impacted by the flooding.
Some people are still resisting evacuation in Kinston despite repeated warnings, officials said Thursday.
The Hope Mills community is coming together to help support a volunteer fire department whose station flooded during Hurricane Matthew.
The Tar River has grown to 36.29 feet since Hurricane Matthew dumped heavy rains across central and eastern North Carolina.