Private well owners must test their own water to ensure its safety. The web site set up by DENR will help guide private well owners through how to check their water for contaminates. More>>
Cars flooded during Hurricane Sandy are back on the road in North Carolina, and the cars' new owners may have no idea their car was once submerged in ocean water. More>>
Last September, dozens of homes in Wake Forest found traces of TCE in their wells. Some of those homes are getting hooked up to a clean public supply of water Wednesday. More>>
Decades of wear and tear have created a nightmare, multi-billion dollar scenario that is putting government employees and buildings at risk. More>>
Are workers in North Carolina being protected while on the job? Workplace safety advocates say, "No." More>>
The number of methamphetamine labs in North Carolina is reaching record highs, but the problem often isn't solved when the lab is shut down. More>>
WNCN's newscast of Oct. 25, 2102, has won a prestigious Murrow Award. More>>
A Wake Forest neighborhood drinks contaminated water for years. More>>
Wake County's water quality director outlined a number of recommendations Monday. More>>
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