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    Communities Still in Dark on Cape Fear River Contamination

    WILMINGTON, N.C. – It’s been two years since communities surrounding the Cape Fear River found out their water supply had…
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    Amid Medicaid Expansion Debate, Some Foster Parents Lack Coverage

    DURHAM, N.C. – Memorial vigils were held across North Carolina last week to honor people who have suffered or died…
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    NC Wood-Pellet Plant Agrees to Air-Pollution Controls

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Environmental groups in North Carolina have negotiated a settlement with Enviva, the world’s largest manufacturer of wood…
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    North Carolinians Learn Life-Saving Hands-Only CPR at Ballgame

    DURHAM, N.C. – Hundreds of people at a Durham Bulls minor-league baseball game last week acquired an extra skill –…
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    Hickenlooper Kicks a Hive of Booing Bullies and He Should Be Proud

    John Hickenlooper incited a bastion of bullies, for which he should be proud. In one sentence, he challenged everything they…
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    Congress’ Own Experts Say the Tax Cuts Are a Bust. Republicans Should Pay at the Polls

    In a recent report, the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service has confirmed what serious economists had long predicted about the Republican…
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    It’s More Than the Economy

    For more than a generation, James Carville’s campaign maxim, “It’s the economy, stupid,” has been held up as an essential…
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    NC Wrongful Conviction Spotlights Problems with Death Penalty

    DURHAM, N.C. – The case of North Carolinian Charles Ray Finch, 81, released last month after more than 40 years…
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    Residents of NC Neighborhood Collect Their Own Air-Pollution Data

    CHARLOTTE, N. C. – A Mecklenburg County community air-pollution monitoring project is highlighting how housing discrimination affects the health of…
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    Study: Black Women May Be Most Affected by NC Abortion Restrictions

    RALEIGH, N.C. – Abortion in North Carolina overall is on the decline, but the decrease has been more pronounced among…
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