Waters Keep Rising; North Carolina Death Toll Is Now At 20

 Friday, October 14, 2016

 The Washington Post

Rain-fed waters are still rising in parts of North Carolina, and the governor said storm-related deaths now stand at 20. As North Carolina struggles with the deadly aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, forecasters Wednesday warned that rain-fed waters were still on the rise in some areas — with at least one river expected to crest this weekend at nearly double the flood stage. The swollen Neuse River, cutting through coastal flatlands south of Greenville, underscores the flood threats facing parts of the state for the coming days even as rescue teams try to move people out of danger and utility crews work to restore power to nearly 200,000 customers.

Matthew Death Toll Rises To 21

 Monday, October 10, 2016

 The Washington Post

Florida Couple Charged With Fraud Over $15K Ring

 Monday, October 26, 2015


School district files $20,000 insurance claim

 Thursday, December 6, 2012