WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that a group of homeowners in North Carolina can’t sue a company that contaminated their drinking water decades ago because a state deadline has lapsed, a decision that could prevent thousands of other property owners ...Read More »
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RALEIGH — A North Carolina House Republican is officially on the outs with the rest of the chamber’s GOP caucus. Rep. Robert Brawley of Iredell County and a key House Republican leader confirmed Wednesday that Brawley will no longer be attending House Republican ...Read More »
WILMINGTON — Those who attended a rally in Wilmington say that North Carolina’s film incentives are good for the economy. Hundreds of people gathered along the waterfront Sunday for the second annual North Carolina Film Rally. Speakers said the incentives are vital to keeping a vibrant ...
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ASHEBORO — The North Carolina Zoo says it needs $60 million in improvements in the next decade. Zoo officials said Wednesday that some of the facilities at the Asheboro zoo are outdated or deteriorating. Park leaders hope the state would borrow $40 million ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Some Duke Energy investors plan to push the utility’s board of directors to investigate issues surrounding a massive coal ash spill that dumped toxic sludge into a 70-mile stretch of a North Carolina river. About 200 protesters gathered in front ...Read More »