A legal maneuver could absolve Duke Energy of its responsibility for coal ash dumps

There's little reason to believe Duke Energy can be stopped from shunting its environmental disaster onto low-income communities in Chatham and Lee counties
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Fuquay man claims he shot neighborhood bully in self-defense

Fuquay man claims he shot neighborhood bully in self-defense

Judge rules previous incidents of bullying inadmissible as evidence

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What's better than pizza? Free pizza, of course

What's better than pizza? Free pizza, of course

Blaze Fast Fire’d Pizza celebrates North Carolina debut in Morrisville

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New folk art museum working to come to Pittsboro

New folk art museum working to come to Pittsboro

Construction on the Small Museum of Folk Art is slated to begin in spring 2015

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Old Havana hosting toast today to recognize new era in U.S.-Cuba relations

Old Havana hosting toast today to recognize new era in U.S.-Cuba relations

Durham eatery inviting public to Cuba Libre toast at 3 p.m.

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