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While most children in the Raleigh area are on spring break and heading to the coast this week, the Tar Heel Traveler revisits the history of Nags Head, known for it's history of pirates looting ships
Red flags were posted on beaches in Nags Head Monday, a sign that swimming is prohibited because of the high threat of rip currents.
On Saturday night, the 15-year-old girl was trying to cross South Croatian Highway in Nags Head.
Mark Bergin, WRAL senior multiplatform producer
Taylor Lee was siting on the beach and noticed a pod of dolphins swimming after some fish. Next thing she knew, they were only 5 feet from the shore and it was quite special!
Thousands of people in the Nag's Head area were without power as Tropical Storm Isaias got closer to North Carolina.
Rosalia Fodera, WRAL multimedia journalist
VADATEK, founded by Daniel Digby, raised the funds from two investors, with $300,000 remaining to be sold. The filing did not indicate how the company intends to use the funds.
This marks the first full week the Outer Banks are open to visitors after closing for coronavirus precautions.
Bryan Mims, WRAL reporter
Governor Roy Cooper is urging people along the North Carolina coast to pay close attention to Tropical Storm Arthur while waves of cooped-up tourists from inland locales have at last stuck their feet in Outer Banks sand.
A dead humpback whale washed up along our coast on Thursday.
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.
Jason O. Boyd, WRAL.com editor
A teenager who was just looking to catch some waves ended up helping save a life. A Raleigh woman caught it all in pictures, too.
Julian Grace, WRAL anchor/reporter
Dozens of power trucks have been deployed to get power restored on the Outer Banks after Hurricane Dorian's assault.
Hurricane Dorian was still impacting Nags Head at noon on Friday as the storm moved out to sea.
A business owner in Nags Head says her motel is losing customers as tourists are ordered out of the area as Hurricane Dorian approaches.
Nags Head and the Outer Banks in general have lots of places to eat. But Scott Mason, the Tar Heel Traveler, has found a place that stands out from the rest. It's been doing just that for decades, too.
Scott Mason, our Tar Heel Traveler is spending time in Nags Head, before Labor Day. One spot he's found for a tasty treat truly can't be beat.