Elizabeth City Coverage
Elizabeth City is the county seat of Pasquotank County, North Carolina. It is located along the Pasquotank River and is approximately 30 miles from the Virginia border.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in September 2018, residents of Elizabeth City experienced strong winds and rough waters.
Cities face choice: Keep your lights on or theirs
When the coronavirus pandemic first hit, Gov. Roy Cooper ordered utilities not to cut off customers who couldn't pay their electric or water bills. Now, some cities that run those utilities say they're going broke because so many people are taking advantage and skipping payments.
Elizabeth City man held on $610,000 bond after communicating threats toward Nags Head police
Nags Head police arrested a suspect and gave him a bond of $610,000 after he was charged with communicating threats and extortion against the Nags Head Police Department.
Coast Guard chopper crew rescues people in Onslow County
An MH-60T Jayhawk helicopter crew from Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City, North Carolina, rescues multiple victims from flooding caused by Hurricane Florence in Onslow County, North Carolina Sept. 15, 2018. Hurricane Florence caused catastrophic flooding along the coast of North and South Carolina. (U.S. Coast Guard video by Coast Guard Air Station Elizabeth City/released)