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North Carolina lawmakers have approved legislation they say makes the state the nation's first to address decades of toxic water pollution from residue left behind by coal-burning electricity plants.
With 17 participating breweries from all over North Carolina, brewers will gather in Hillsborough at Mystery Brewing Public House on Saturday to celebrate the collaboration.
The North Carolina Senate race is close. Gallup finds a racial gap in views of the police.
Police arrested Katherine Anne Jennings in suspicion of involuntary manslaughter in the death of baby Luke, who allegedly died in a case of co-sleeping with his mother.
North Carolina electric power regulators were justified in their decision that previously allowed a Duke Energy subsidiary to raise the bills of average residential customers of the former Progress Energy by $88 per year, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
Officials in Rocky Mount say a man and a 5-year-old boy have been killed in a house fire.
The N.C. General Assembly is expected to vote Wednesday on a bill to regulate coal ash in North Carolina.
A LAST MINUTE VENUE CHANGE FOR A FISHING TOURNAMENT MEANS BIG BUCKS ON THE WAY TO ONE UPSTATE COMMUNITY.
Brunswick County School officials are awaiting additional lab results before moving forward with a plan to address the coal ash found on South Brunswick Middle School's baseball field earlier this year.
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is launching a coordinated TV ad buy next month with North Carolina Senate hopeful Thom Tillis.
A manufacturer of coating spray applications for the aircraft and turbine parts coating industry is planning to invest $2.5 million to expand its operations in Grayson County.
Exercise and brainpower in children may not seem closely related, but a small new study hints that fitness may supercharge kids' minds.
The low-cost carrier will begin nonstop service to 17 destinations from Dulles this year.
The more days that pass since Governor Pat McCrory signed the state budget, the more confusing that budget becomes, especially when trying to figure out what it means for public schools in North Carolina.
Throughout the country, states are looking for ways to energize their economies and become more competitive.
Older people who aren't expected to live more than 10 years are still being screened for prostate, breast, cervical and colon cancer - even though it is unlikely to benefit them, a new study finds.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 12:10 am
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