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    Wet weather in NC for Easter weekend

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    Soggy weather is expected for the beginning of the weekend in central North Carolina and some of that rain will linger into Easter Sunday. More>>

    Meth lab found in Clayton home Video included

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    The Johnston County Sheriff’s Office said two people were arrested Friday after deputies found what was described as an “elaborate setup” for making methamphetamine at a home in Clayton. More>>

    Second runner who died during Raleigh marathon identified

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    The second of two men who died running in Raleigh’s Rock’n’Roll Marathon was Jason Schlosser of High Point. More>>

    NC State report says Dan River water safe for farm use Video included

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    A North Carolina State University study says farmers can use water from the Dan River for irrigation and livestock despite the massive spill of toxic coal ash in February. More>>

    College cost cut for some veterans draws praise in Fayetteville Video included

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    Helping veterans and businesses is the goal of a new plan from Governor Pat McCrory. More>>

    Health care site flagged in Heartbleed review

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    People who have accounts on the enrollment website for President Barack Obama's signature health care law are being told to change their passwords following an administration-wide review of the government's... More>>

    Chinese relatives pray over lost Malaysian plane

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    A robotic submarine has finished its sixth trip to the bottom of the Indian Ocean in the hunt for wreckage from the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, six weeks after the aircraft mysteriously disappeared, the search... More>>

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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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