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Stacia Strong reports on how the North Carolina Coastal Federation began working last year to remove several abandoned and rundown boats along the coast.
Last year, the North Carolina Coastal Federation began working to remove several abandoned and rundown boats along the coast.
Stacia Strong, WRAL contributor
John McManus, 73, died at the Vidant Medical Center.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
Free downtown docks and a welcoming spirit has made Little Washington a top pick for many boaters.
Lisa D'Aromando & Abbey Slattery
From kayaking and boating to sailing and fishing, there are plenty of ways to get out on the water in Elizabeth City.
Latisha Catchatoorian, WRAL Digital Solutions
There's a new way to enjoy the water at Falls Lake and Jordan Lake. Find out how you can enjoy all the fun of owning a boat with none of the hassle!
Boat sellers in North Carolina say more people than ever have been wanting to get out on the water since the coronavirus arrived in the state, to the point that they've been struggling to keep up with demand.
Keenan Willard, WRAL Eastern North Carolina reporter
With Tropical Storm Isaias just hours away, a few swimmers took their changes in the surf on Kure Beach.
Emergency crews respond to a boat launch on Falls Lake at around 1 a.m. Sunday.
Not even a pandemic can stop Betsy James from having some fun this weekend.
Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer
WRAL's Adam Owens spoke with boaters and a park official as many tried to hit the lakes on Saturday but were met with long lines and some resistance along the way.
At Jordan Lake, a few boaters spent their Sunday out on the water to enjoy their sunny social distancing.
With a unique position on the banks of the Pamlico River, the docks of Washington are drawing in more and more boaters every year.
Curtis Sprung, freelance reporter
New numbers show more manatees are being hit and killed by Florida boaters. The species is considered threatened, and conservationists are calling for action.
Drowning in the Bay Area's pricey housing market, some boat owners are dropping anchor near cities like Sausalito, Calif., and living on the bay rent free.
Hundreds of people turned out for the 13th annual Pumpkinboat Regatta in Maine, racing hollowed-out giant pumpkins across the water.
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Brian Shrader, WRAL anchor/reporter
Sarasota police say on Sunday, five passengers joined Captain Mark Bailey and his first mate on the charter boat "Double Marker" for a 12-hour fishing trip. According to statements given to police, Bailey was drinking and doing cocaine while driving the boat. He then threatened to shoot each passenger and fired warning shots into the air.
State officials are urging residents to practice safe boating techniques during the holiday weekend.
Memorial Day brings an increase in people on waterways in boats, but officials say people should be mindful to practice boat safety.
Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporter
State House lawmakers made quick work Monday night of measures that would tighten sexual assault laws and impose mandatory jail time for killing someone by driving while impaired, either on land or water.
Laura Leslie, WRAL Capitol Bureau chief
It doesn't matter if you're single or taken -- there are dozens of events this weekend to enjoy with your significant other, friends, family and even pets.
Kathy Hanrahan, Out and About editor
Hundreds of vessels along the N.C. coast expose problems in how the state deals with abandoned boats.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
The Falls Reservoir, nestled between Badin Lake and Lake Tillery, offers views of the Narrows Dam and waterfalls.