- Collision repair shops and roofing companies hit with another big wave of business after Thursday's hail storm
- New Hanover County, Wilmington receive $4.6M for Hurricane Isaias recovery
- Holden Beach awarded $3.8M to renourish beaches damaged by Hurricane Isaias
- Severe weather threat comes to an end Thursday, some scattered showers remain
- Forecast: More severe weather ahead for Friday, upper 70s expected
The widespread fish kills that were likely caused by Hurricane Florence are expected to continue for weeks.
Biologists say they believe the recent kills are due to flooding produced by the hurricane.
The cause is not pollution, but a lack of oxygen in the water.
Similar fish kills occurred after Hurricanes Irene and Isabel.