- Severe weather cancels Wool E. Bull's Winter Wonderland, Chinese Lantern Festival & Christmas parades on Sunday
- Severe weather cancels Wool E. Bull's Winter Wonderland, parades on Sunday
- Pittsboro, Tarboro parades impacted by Sunday severe weather
- More than 2 months after a hailstorm caused major damage in Round Rock, residents are still dealing with repairs
- Leland resident still feeling effects of Hurricane Florence more than 5 years on
Another death has been reported in connection with Hurricane Florence, Gov. Roy Cooper announced Tuesday.
The victim, a 67-year-old man, died from injuries he suffered while cleaning debris from the storm in Craven County. It is the 36th death that the state Medial Examiner’s Office has attributed to Florence.
The State of North Carolina had counted 36 deaths attributed to Hurricane Florence as of Sept. 20. Of those, individuals include those who had died in accidents while packing to leave their homes ahead of the storm and those swept off flooded roads. The dead range in age from a couple of months to 87 years. They are male and female, residents of 20 North Carolina counties.
These are some of their stories.