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    Wake Schools: 600 teachers have quit this school year Video included

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    Wake County Public Schools held a press conference Thursday to talk about the alarming increase in mid-year teacher resignations. More>>

    More weekend rain before dry Easter Sunday

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    While sunshine dominated Thursday's weather, clouds and eventually rain will return to central North Carolina Friday and Saturday. More>>

    Cary police canvass area of reported sexual assault Video included

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    Cary police canvassed the area where man is accused of sexually assaulting a young woman Saturday. More>>

    Chapel Hill council considers redevelopment, affordable housing Video included

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    Chapel Hill Town Council is considering a proposal to stimulate development in one of the town’s oldest and largest commercial areas. More>>

    McCrory coal ash bill blasted as 'step backward' Video included

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    Gov. Pat McCrory called his coal ash regulation a step forward, but a Southern Environmental Law Center lawyer disagrees.

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    Transcript shows ferry captain delayed evacuation

    Fresh questions arose about whether quicker action by the captain of a doomed ferry could have saved lives, even as rescuers scrambled to find hundreds of passengers still missing Friday and feared dead. More>>

    Avalanche sweeps Everest; 6 killed, 9 missing

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    A Nepalese tourism official says six local guides have been killed and nine more are missing after an avalanche swept a route used to ascend the world's highest peak. More>>

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    • McCrory coal ash bill blasted as 'step backward'

      McCrory coal ash bill blasted as 'step backward'

      Thursday, April 17 2014 5:35 PM EDT2014-04-17 21:35:12 GMT
      Gov. Pat McCrory called his coal ash regulation a step forward, but a Southern Environmental Law Center lawyer disagrees.
      Gov. Pat McCrory called his coal ash regulation a step forward, but a Southern Environmental Law Center lawyer disagrees.

    • McCrory unveils plan to tighten regulations on coal ash

      McCrory unveils plan to tighten regulations on coal ash

      Thursday, April 17 2014 4:54 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:54:45 GMT
      Gov. Pat McCroryGov. Pat McCrory
      Gov. McCrory unveiled a plan Wednesday to tighten regulations on coal ash.
      Gov. McCrory unveiled a plan Wednesday to tighten regulations on coal ash.
    • Cooper, other lawyers resolve NC defamation case

      Cooper, other lawyers resolve NC defamation case

      Thursday, April 17 2014 4:31 PM EDT2014-04-17 20:31:01 GMT
      North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has settled a longstanding case with a family of Raleigh lawyers who sued him for defamation in a television commercial he aired in his campaign for the job 14 years ago.
      North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper has settled a longstanding case with a family of Raleigh lawyers who sued him for defamation in a television commercial he aired in his campaign for the job 14 years ago.
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    • WNCN investigates coal ash in NC

      WNCN investigates coal ash in NC

      Duke Energy says it will take at least two years to clean up the entire mess left by a collapsed pipe at its retired Dan River Steam Station, as well as sites near Asheville and Charlotte.
      Duke Energy says it will take at least two years to clean up the entire mess left by a collapsed pipe at its retired Dan River Steam Station, as well as sites near Asheville and Charlotte.
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