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Wake County Approves a Twenty-Year Affordable Housing Plan, But Funding Questions Linger

Wake County Approves a Twenty-Year Affordable Housing Plan, But Funding Questions Linger

"A lot of good ideas get put on the shelf and a lot of good ideas don’t get funded.”

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How to Sabotage North Carolina’s Insurance Marketplace in Five Easy Steps

Triangulator Donald Trump killed reimbursements to insurance companies. Here’s what that means.

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Durham Approves an Affordable Housing Plan in Downtown, But It Will Need $10 Million in Tax Credits

Triangulator The project is on a tight deadline

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Duke Energy Wants to Build a $5 Billion Pipeline Through Eastern North Carolina. They’ll Have to Go Through Marvin Winstead First.

News Feature The proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline would traverse eight counties and 320 waterways in North Carolina

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Wildin Acosta’s Asylum Case Is Pending. What About the Rest of the NC6?

North Carolina President Trump wants to make things more difficult for asylum seekers like Acosta

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How Much Is a Confederate Monument Worth?

Durham County Durham County officials say the statue demonstrators tore down in August is worth about $28,000, but it has no moral value

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Endless Summer: Since Fall Started, Raleigh’s Seen Temperatures At Least Six Degrees Above Average Eleven Times

Triangulator Globally, last month was the hottest September on record, but the Trump administration is ending the Clean Power Plan

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According to a New Poll, 61 Percent of North Carolina Voters Are Fine with Confederate Monuments

Triangulator A third say they don’t bother talking politics with people with different views of Donald Trump

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As Wake County Considers a New Park in Fuquay-Varina, Other Towns Want Their Fair Share

Triangulator Commissioners will discuss what to do with the closed Crooked Creek golf course next month

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Nancy McFarlane Presides Over a Thriving City. Charles Francis Says She Doesn’t Deserve the Credit.

Wake County An in-depth look at the two leading candidates for Raleigh mayor

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OWASA Will Soon Reintroduce Fluoride Into Its Water Supply. Critics Say the Authority Is Unethically Acting Without Their Informed Consent.

Orange County Seventy-five percent of Americans, and 88 percent of North Carolinians, have fluoride in their water

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Durham Commissioners Consider Adding a New “City-Center” Light-Rail Stop Downtown

Triangulator They’re also thinking about moving two other stops

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Congress Allowed a Health Insurance Program That Helps 256,000 N.C. Kids Expire

Triangulator That inaction could cost the state $467 million a year

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In a Crowded Field Where Everyone Agrees on Almost Everything, How Do Durham Candidates Distinguish Themselves?

Durham County They talk about value statements rather than how to enact policies

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The United States of Guns: The Deadliest Mass Shootings Since Columbine

Triangulator Unless we act, Las Vegas will one day soon be the second-deadliest mass shooting in modern American history

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New Jersey Senator, Possible Presidential Candidate Cory Booker to Campaign for Raleigh Mayoral Candidate Charles Francis

Wake County Charles Francis seeks to turn out Dem voters, while Booker tries to boost his national cred among Democrats.

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The N.C. Historical Commission Delays a Ruling on Moving Confederate Monuments

Triangulator “We just saw them tighten their grip around the neck of justice”

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