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On Your Side: Historic eyesore home finally getti...
CARSON CITY, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- It has been almost one year since News 4 first reported on a neighborhood eyesore in Carson City that had grabbed the attention of nearby residents and city...
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England v. de Blasio, cellphones in school (for D...
Good morning and welcome to Wake-Up Call, your guidebook to and roundup of the latest in city, state, and national political news... A large British union came out swinging Tuesday for the city’s...
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Duke Energy announces new projects to expand sola...
Duke Energy has announced new projects that may be good news for your wallet within the coming year. The company plans to commit $500 million to North Carolina for a solar power expansion. Duke...
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Duke Energy bill deposit shocks Stokes Co. custom...
... M. Gutierrez/Journal) Joy White of Pilot Mountain has received a bill from Duke Energy for $500, twice the amount of her usual bill. PINNACLE, N.C. — Joy White gets her 7-year-old daughter...
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Drought spurs spike in hay bale prices
With the continued lack of rain, cattle ranchers are paying more to feed their livestock. Less rain means less oats, barley and wheat being planted, so hay prices are going up. "We've bought hay for...
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Bibles to return to Pax Navy Lodge rooms
Within the next two weeks, Gideons plan to return Bibles to night stand drawers at the Navy Lodge on Patuxent River Naval Air Station. Lodges are on most Navy bases worldwide and available to active...
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Feds want nuclear-waste train but have nowhere to...
Associated Press ATLANTA The U.S. government is looking for trains to haul radioactive waste from nuclear-power plants to disposal sites. Too bad those trains have nowhere to go. Putting the cart...
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