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Obamacare May Not Be Signing Up Enough Young Adults
More than 250,000 people in the Carolinas have signed up for health insurance through the federal marketplace or exchange that's part of the Affordable Care Act. But there may not be enough young people signing up for the…
Merger Means Charlotte Will Share Chiquita With Dublin
City Cancels Airport Solar Farm
Lawmakers Grilled On Response To Coal Ash Spill
A community meeting on coal ash stored at Mountain Island Lake turned into a grilling Monday of state legislators over their response to Duke...
No Swim Advisory After Sewage Spills Into Lake Wylie
More than 48,000 gallons of raw sewage leaked into Lake Wylie on Friday. This is just two weeks after the EPA issued a notice of violation against...
Battle In Birdland: Popular Bluebird Is Crowding Out Nuthatch
Human progress has not been kind to either the Eastern bluebird or the brown-headed nuthatch.
Trying To Make Charlotte Google's Next "Fiber-Hood"
The city of Charlotte was recently given a bit of homework. How the city answers a series of questions will determine if neighborhoods like South...
Some May Not Get Power Back Until Wed.
Thousands of utility workers are in North Carolina this weekend, helping to restore electricity to about 191,000 customers still without power...
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A lawyer for a group of detainees at the U.S. prison in Guantanamo Bay Cuba is accusing the military of torture. NPR's Martin Kaste filed this report...
In Closely Watched Election, Republican Jolly Wins In Florida
Republican David Jolly wrung out a victory during a special election in Florida on Tuesday for the Tampa Bay-area district vacated by the late Rep....
Feinstein's CIA Outrage Splits Senate
The Senate was a chamber divided in reaction to Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein's diatribe against the CIA for allegedly hacking into Senate computers...
What Would It Take To Destroy A Black Box?
When a plane crashes, it can take many months or years to find the black box that can provide clues as to what happened. Just what are these devices...
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