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Local leaders, DEQ discuss challenges with water infrastructure


Some areas in Great Smoky Mountains National Park reopening


Trucks starting massive operation to slow dune migration


Officials: Oregon timber at risk from North Carolina insect


Death of rabid black bear is first for North Carolina


North Carolina wildlife officials warn of deer disease


Mild North Carolina winters could mean more armadillos


Grant will help build artificial reef off North Carolina coast


New testing finds chemical across river from Chemours plant


UN agency: CO2 concentrations grew at record rate in 2016


Trump says US will abandon global climate accord


Trump signs order to expand ocean oil drilling into Atlantic


Firefighters respond to gas leak in Kinston


Prescribed burn happening today on Croatan National Forest


Up close look at new artificial reef along the Crystal Coast


NEW INFO: Several crews respond to large sheds on fire at Pitt County farm


Alberta officials optimistic now on fire



 

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