"We may find armadillo fossils on our tours, but NEVER have we seen armadillos catching some rays on the beach!" wrote the Charleston Fossil Adventures, LLC when they posted this video to their Facebook post on August 12, 2018.
As black bear mating season continues through the summer months, animal sightings in the area are becoming more common. Pam Coggins of Carolina Forest has caught bears repeatedly coming onto her property.
North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles commissioner Torre Jessup blames the demand for the Real ID along with the always higher demand for services in the summer months for the long lines at DMV offices.
Officials closed the Nags Head beach on Tuesday after a 10-foot cliff came "out of nowhere." Experts speculate the cliff formed as a result of king tides. Outer Banks photographer Wes Snyder captured the new cliff on video.
Thousands of sharks show up along the South Carolina coast in the summer. Here are a few of the species you're most likely to see — and which ones are considered the most dangerous to humans based on past attacks.
Sharks have become a common sight along Myrtle Beach and Garden City beaches during summer 2018. The sharks are often spotted swimming around the piers, but they've also been showing up in the surf — prompting beachgoers out of the water.
Flash flooding hit Pittsboro, North Carolina on August 2 as storms brought waves of torrential rain to the state and Georgia and Virginia. Flash flooding along the city’s Main Street Station prompted the cancellation of the Farmer’s Market.