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Local News
3:29 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

Headline Roundup: Duke Energy, Alcoa, transgender discrimination suit and more

Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural gas have chosen the developer for a new approximately $5 billion natural gas pipeline into eastern North Carolina. Virginia power company Dominion will build and operate the 550 mile pipeline. It will move natural gas from a transmission facility in Harrison County, West Virginia through Virginia, entering North Carolina in Northampton County and ending at a Piedmont plant in Robeson County. Electric companies, including Dominion and Duke, will use the gas to fire power plants.

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Local News
5:03 pm
Thu June 5, 2014

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Reaches Out To Rural LGBT Community

U.S. Department of Agriculture Administration Building
Credit Wikimedia Commons

The federal government launches a campaign Friday to reach out to a specific group of America’s rural poor: lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people. The Rural Pride summit series will travel across the country this summer, and its first stop is in Greensboro, North Carolina.

 

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Local News
11:27 am
Mon April 14, 2014

Transgender Accommodation Policies Big Topic On College Campuses

Andraya Williams
Credit Lisa Miller

In March, a CPCC transgender student was suspended for a day-and-a-half after she used a women’s restroom. She says a security guard told her she needed to use one of the campuses' three gender-neutral bathrooms. The disputed generated a small protest on campus, at which Andraya Williams spoke about the incident.


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History
9:08 am
Wed February 26, 2014

Archiving Charlotte LGBT Community's History

UNC Charlotte assistant director for sexual and gender diversity, Joshua Burford, has collected 50 boxes worth of materials from the local LGBT community since April 2013. Items from the collection will be on display at the Levine Museum this summer.
Tasnim Shamma

The Levine Museum for the New South will focus on Charlotte’s LGBT history in an exhibit that opens this summer. Some of that history is being archived at UNC Charlotte.


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