September 18: As of 8 p.m., 134 people, 10 dogs, two cats and one horse have been assisted from flooding through water rescues in Cumberland County.

September 18: The City of Fayetteville and Cumberland County have lifted curfews put in place during Hurricane Florence.

September 18: Over 2,600 rescues have taken place over the past several days by the NC National Guard.

September 18: The time for cresting of the Cape Fear River has moved several times and is now projected for 2 a.m. Wednesday at a height of 61.5’.

September 17: As of 2:10 p.m. today there have been 62 people, 2 dogs and 2 cats rescued throughout Cumberland County.

September 17: Hoke County curfew has been lifted.

September 17: A voluntary evacuation in Robeson County for Lowe Road to Cultural Center along the river has been issued.

September 17: Hoke County Officials have lifted the mandatory evacuation order effective immediately for the McLaughlin Lake area.

September 16: Residents in the McLaughlin Lake area are under a mandatory evacuation.

September 16: A mandatory evacuation order has been issued for residents living within the Kelly and Rowan communities.

September 15: Residents in Hope Mills Lake area are encouraged to evacuate due to flooding from the Hope Mills Dam.

September 15: A mandatory evacuation has been put in place for South Lumberton.

September 15: Residents in the McLaughlin Lake area are encouraged to VOLUNTARILY EVACUATE from this area. Levels are expected to exceed those seen with Hurricane Matthew.

September 15: A mandatory evacuation has been put in place for anyone located within one mile of the Cape Fear River.