More Videos 1:32 Rep. Ralph Norman meets with Fort Mill residents for coffee, questions Pause 1:34 Repeat sex offender apologizes in court for Rock Hill Waffle House indecent exposure 2:36 Grant Stevens of Fort Mill is catching on in the Jackets' passing game 6:10 City Council candidates: Rock Hill needs more housing, lower utility rates 5:41 Gettys: topics of concern are continuing growth, infrastructure 5:41 Christopher: topics of concern are jobs and infrastructure 0:36 Dave Lyle Blvd wreck in Rock Hill blocks traffic 5:42 Roddey: topics of concern are business, utility bills, unemployment 0:56 Jail visitation by video "is more secure" 1:53 Ex-boyfriend denied bond in stabbing death of Rock Hill mom Video Link copy Embed Code copy Facebook Twitter Email Vacationers evacuate blacked-out Ocracoke Island Vacationers take some of the last ferries off of Ocracoke Island after a mandatory evacuation was ordered when power was mistakenly cut to parts of the N.C. Outer Banks Thursday morning. North Carolina Their OBX vacations are already lost. Now they’re being told they may lose their money, too. Tens of thousands of families have had their vacations on the beaches of Hatteras or Ocracoke islands canceled by the blackout. Now they are fighting with real estate, insurance and credit card companies to get their money back.