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The News & Observer
A veteran is shot in a gated community. No one is convicted. Anger – and many questions – remainCahoon’s death at Lake Royale. In November, Lake Royale hired a new police chi
The News & Observer / Posted 10 hours ago
Cahoon’s death at Lake Royale. In November, Lake Royale hired a new police chief: Joseph Goodrow, who worked for the N.C. State University police as part of a long career. He did not return a call, and his hiring was never publicly linked to... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
CFPUA water sample shows elevated GenXtwo days, GenX concentrations were back below the recommended 140 ppt," the rel
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 11 hours ago
two days, GenX concentrations were back below the recommended 140 ppt," the release said. During a forum Wednesday night, N.C. State University researcher Detlef Knappe -- whose team discovered GenX and other contaminants in CFPUA's treated... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Expert: RO effective at removing GenXCape Fear River and treated drinking water told a forum Wednesday night at Brun
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
Cape Fear River and treated drinking water told a forum Wednesday night at Brunswick Community College. Detlef Knappe of N.C. State University said his team of researchers have tested some home water treatment methods, including carbon removal... Read more
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The News & Observer
In a different sort of collusion, Russia almost ended the Vietnam Warnew front in our permanent state of war. Richard D. Mahoney, director of the S
The News & Observer / Posted yesterday
new front in our permanent state of war. Richard D. Mahoney, director of the School of Public and International Affairs at N.C. State University, is the former John F. Kennedy Scholar at the University of Massachusetts. He is the author of two... Read more
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The News & Observer
NCDOT: Please help us design a wider Raleigh Beltlineon the property owners and institutions that line the 3.5-mile stretch of the B
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
on the property owners and institutions that line the 3.5-mile stretch of the Beltline. They include Meredith College, N.C. State University, the N.C. Museum of Art, the University Club and the owners and residents of dozens of homes and... Read more
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The News & Observer
Vacant house could make way for 60-room boutique hotel in Glenwood Southhotels, have become popular in the Triangle and across the nation. Aloft Raleig
The News & Observer / Posted 3 days ago
hotels, have become popular in the Triangle and across the nation. Aloft Raleigh opened on Hillsborough Street near the N.C. State University campus. The Unscripted hotel is set to open this summer in downtown Durham. The Mayton Inn opened in... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
Eric Holder speaking at North Carolina Democrats' dinnerstate litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night'
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 5 days ago
state litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night's crowd at the party's Unity Dinner at N.C. State University. Holder is now leading the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which is trying to create... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Eric Holder speaking at North Carolina Democrats' dinnerstate litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night'
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 5 days ago
state litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night's crowd at the party's Unity Dinner at N.C. State University. Holder is now leading the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which is trying to create... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Eric Holder speaking at North Carolina Democrats' dinnerstate litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night'
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 5 days ago
state litigation. Gov. Roy Cooper was also expected to address Saturday night's crowd at the party's Unity Dinner at N.C. State University. Holder is now leading the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, which is trying to create... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC State study: Triangle bees can’t stand the heatand steel emit heat absorbed during the day. The phenomenon is known as the “u
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
and steel emit heat absorbed during the day. The phenomenon is known as the “urban heat island” effect, and a recent N.C. State University study shows that many of North Carolina’s native bee species keep away from hot, urban areas. The study... Read more
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The News & Observer
Democrats split with Jefferson and Jacksongeneral Eric Holder, who is chairman of the Democratic Redistricting Committee.
The News & Observer / Posted 6 days ago
general Eric Holder, who is chairman of the Democratic Redistricting Committee. The dinner, at the Talley Student Center at N.C. State University, is sold out. Rob Christensen: 919-829-4532; robc@newsobserver.com Sign up today for a 30 day free... Read more
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The News & Observer
College advising gets a $10 million boost in North CarolinaCarolina. They were graduates of four colleges that have joined forces with the
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
Carolina. They were graduates of four colleges that have joined forces with the corps – Davidson College, Duke University, N.C. State University and UNC-Chapel Hill. Nicole Hurd, founder and CEO of the Chapel Hill-based College Advising Corps,... Read more
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The Star
Pilot program focuses on healthy livingincluding Cleveland, were chosen to participate in the testing of Food Smart Fa
The Star / Posted 8 days ago
including Cleveland, were chosen to participate in the testing of Food Smart Families, thanks to a $15,000 grant given to N.C. State University 4-H Youth Development program. The grant will be used to educate 850 4-H youth and family members in... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Op-ed: Toxic headlines cloud GenX issuewhich is updated every five years (on which compounds like GenX, etc. are found
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 8 days ago
which is updated every five years (on which compounds like GenX, etc. are found). CFPUA participated in a study with N.C. State University regarding Cape Fear River testing and it was during this study that the information on GenX came to... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
CFPUA looks for GenX filtering optionswe can continue to do that.” CFPUA was made aware of GenX because of their par
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
we can continue to do that.” CFPUA was made aware of GenX because of their participation in a study with Detlef Knappe, a N.C. State University professor, who discovered GenX in the Cape Fear. CFPUA is currently taking part in seven studies... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
GenX forum coming to Brunswick CountyAuditorium on Brunswick Community College's campus. Doors will open at 6 p.m.
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 9 days ago
Auditorium on Brunswick Community College's campus. Doors will open at 6 p.m. The panel will include Detlef Knappe, the N.C. State University professor who was part of the team that found GenX in the Cape Fear River; Susanne Brander, a... Read more
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The News & Observer
How Duke and NC State may play a role in what and how we eatgovernments, the private sector and non-governmental organizations. The Challe
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
governments, the private sector and non-governmental organizations. The Challenge of Change Commission, led by N.C. State University Chancellor Randy Woodson, identified seven challenges, such as increasing crop yields, creating... Read more
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The News & Observer
Two historic houses will be preserved in Oberlin Villagearea. Located between Hillsborough Street and Wade Avenue, the neighborhood has
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
area. Located between Hillsborough Street and Wade Avenue, the neighborhood has become coveted because of its proximity to N.C. State University and Cameron Village. The Raleigh City Council recently asked the state for permission to move forward... Read more
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The News & Observer
Police looking for man who entered 3 homes over 3 days near NC Statehomes on one block near NC State | News & Observer Police are looking for a ma
The News & Observer / Posted 10 days ago
homes on one block near NC State | News & Observer Police are looking for a man who they say tried to rob three homes near N.C. State University. Raleigh Police Department Police are looking for a man who they say tried to rob three homes near... Read more
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The News & Observer
Democrats look to 2020 Census to gain groundlike Raleigh, where the state party’s Unity Dinner (formerly the Jefferson-Jack
The News & Observer / Posted 12 days ago
like Raleigh, where the state party’s Unity Dinner (formerly the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner) will be held on July 15 at N.C. State University. Gov. Roy Cooper will also speak at the event, which is a major fundraiser for the state party. Adult... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Who's who: local government in Chapel Hillto the Board of Aldermen in 2007 and 2011. Lavelle has a master’s degree in pa
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 13 days ago
to the Board of Aldermen in 2007 and 2011. Lavelle has a master’s degree in parks and recreation administration from N.C. State University and a law degree from N.C. Central University. She works as an assistant law professor while also being... Read more
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The News & Observer
‘Critter cams’ help NC residents – and scientists – learn what’s creeping aroundDecember of last year via a partnership between the N.C. Museum of Natural Scie
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
December of last year via a partnership between the N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences, state Wildlife Resources Commission, N.C. State University and several hundred “citizen scientists.” Having started in the eastern part of the state, the program... Read more
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The News & Observer
Infosys deal is the fruit of cooperationRoy Cooper, his economic development team, the General Assembly, Wake County, R
The News & Observer / Posted 13 days ago
Roy Cooper, his economic development team, the General Assembly, Wake County, Raleigh, Wake Technical Community College, N.C. State University and others. The company expects to create 2,000 jobs over the next five years. And they will be good... Read more
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The News & Observer
There’s a new kind of luxury living in downtown Raleigh– a sign of Raleigh’s urbanization and shift toward “vertical living.” Souheil
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
– a sign of Raleigh’s urbanization and shift toward “vertical living.” Souheil Al-Awar, who studied architecture at N.C. State University, designed The Saint, a 17-unit townhome complex on St. Mary’s Street that will likely be finished in... Read more
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The News & Observer
Prominent Southeast Raleigh pastor and church founder dies at 67a daycare center and the Word of God Academy, which is best-known for producing
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
a daycare center and the Word of God Academy, which is best-known for producing basketball players. They include former N.C. State University standout C.J. Leslie and former University of Kentucky basketball player John Wall, the top-rated point... Read more
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The News & Observer
Shaw’s president leaving for Howard Universitycommunity college in New York before enrolling at Shaw, where she majored in ch
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
community college in New York before enrolling at Shaw, where she majored in chemistry. She went on to earn a doctorate at N.C. State University and to work as a scientist at BASF, a large chemical company. Dubroy moved to the business side of BASF... Read more
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The News & Observer
Budget fight causes loss of trust between Wake County school board and commissionersplace, which is what we’re going to need to do to carry out things like the str
The News & Observer / Posted 15 days ago
place, which is what we’re going to need to do to carry out things like the strategic plan.” But Martin, a professor at N.C. State University, also said in 2015 he wanted to see what commissioners would do in future years. “I guess it’s the... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
At least 5 rescued while trying to reach new NC islandcould easily wipe out the island within the year. “This is the result of dynam
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 17 days ago
could easily wipe out the island within the year. “This is the result of dynamic changes always occurring along our Outer Banks, and it wouldn’t surprise me if it just disappeared overnight,” Dr. Paul Liu, a scientist at N.C. State University, s... Read more
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The News & Observer
Raleigh releases map of possible BikeShare stationsstation map targets the core of downtown Raleigh – between Moore Square and Gle
The News & Observer / Posted 17 days ago
station map targets the core of downtown Raleigh – between Moore Square and Glenwood Avenue – as well as the area around N.C. State University. The map shows stations at the following locations: ▪ Fayetteville Street between Martin and Hargett... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
At least 5 rescued while trying to reach new NC islandcould easily wipe out the island within the year. “This is the result of dynam
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 18 days ago
could easily wipe out the island within the year. “This is the result of dynamic changes always occurring along our Outer Banks, and it wouldn’t surprise me if it just disappeared overnight,” Dr. Paul Liu, a scientist at N.C. State University, s... Read more
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The News & Observer
No reason for schools to delay banning symbol of lost ‘cause’ – Paul Isom“We’re not Confederates. We’re Americans.” That’s a cause we all should be abl
The News & Observer / Posted 18 days ago
“We’re not Confederates. We’re Americans.” That’s a cause we all should be able to get behind. Paul Isom teaches journalism at N.C. State University. Sign up today for a 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. Editor's Ch... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
A millennial farm boy follows in his father's footstepselse." But, cows are Jeff Sykes' passion. He went to "vet-tech school," after
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 18 days ago
else." But, cows are Jeff Sykes' passion. He went to "vet-tech school," after which he was hired as the herdsman for the N.C. State University College of Veterinary Medicine. "I started to think, if I'm milking cows here, why don't I just go... Read more
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The News & Observer
College scholarships ahead for future science and math teachersfor middle school English language arts for Wake County Schools, works in her o
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
for middle school English language arts for Wake County Schools, works in her office. Lightfoot was a teaching fellow at N.C. State University before graduating in 2008. Matthew Adamsmadams@newsobserver.com Shanta Lightfoot, senior administrator... Read more
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The News & Observer
If college didn’t prepare you for life, you need to meet this womanheaded by her Nigerian father and American-born mother. Her family moved south
The News & Observer / Posted 19 days ago
headed by her Nigerian father and American-born mother. Her family moved south when her brother was attending college at N.C. State University. Omokaiye started her own college career at Bennett College, but found the financial obligations of... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC General Assembly’s session dominated by faceoff with Cooperand the push back and forth on executive and legislative power,” said Andrew Ta
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
and the push back and forth on executive and legislative power,” said Andrew Taylor, a political science professor at N.C. State University. Part of the fight is over the ability to control the judiciary, Taylor said. In anticipation of a... Read more
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The News & Observer
‘Smart’ insulin patches developed at UNC, NCSU one step closer to marketactual glucose levels by five to fifteen minutes. The Joint Department of Biom
The News & Observer / Posted 20 days ago
actual glucose levels by five to fifteen minutes. The Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering at UNC-Chapel Hill and N.C. State University was founded in 2003 to bring engineers and medical researchers together to solve pressing healthcare... Read more
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The News & Observer
Minority students find their voices at writing workshopDrive High School, laughs as author Matt de la Peña (center) helps her at the W
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
Drive High School, laughs as author Matt de la Peña (center) helps her at the Wake County Summer Writing Institute at N.C. State University in Raleigh on Thursday, June 29, 2017. On the right is Teionee Taylor, a rising sophomore at Athens... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Did Chemours tell NC it was discharging GenX?industrial lubricants and other products. Doubts from former regulators, scien
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 21 days ago
industrial lubricants and other products. Doubts from former regulators, scientists But, Detlef Knappe, a professor at N.C. State University and an author of one of the studies that discovered GenX in local waters, said, "Using HFPO monomer and... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
GenX forum: What did we learn?blood for GenX. In response to a question about how doctors could determine if
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 21 days ago
blood for GenX. In response to a question about how doctors could determine if GenX had accumulated in a person's body, N.C. State University professor Detlef Knappe said there may not be a quick medical answer for testing for GenX, but that... Read more
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The News & Observer
How do you improve education for low-income students?school district that targets kids who are normally overlooked in public schools
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
school district that targets kids who are normally overlooked in public schools. Watts addressed a crowd of about 150 at N.C. State University on Wednesday night for The News and Observer’s fourth Community Voices panel. The discussion focused... Read more
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The News & Observer
You can be a part of the protest in downtown Raleigh muralmural. While she was creating sketches for the protest mural, she completed an
The News & Observer / Posted 22 days ago
mural. While she was creating sketches for the protest mural, she completed an indoor mural, “Colors of the Nile,” at the N.C. State University Crafts Center. Dare Coulter has been on board with the project since January, but ACLU of NC community... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
NC verifies no more GenX dischargeat the plant called C8, which has been linked to cancer and other serious healt
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 23 days ago
at the plant called C8, which has been linked to cancer and other serious health problems. Detlef Knappe, a professor at N.C. State University and one of the researchers who discovered GenX in the river and Cape Fear Public Utility Authority's... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC Gov. Roy Cooper: Health care plan would hurt fight against opioidsthe health care legislation now before Congress. Speaking at the state’s annua
The News & Observer / Posted 23 days ago
the health care legislation now before Congress. Speaking at the state’s annual Opioid Misuse and Prevention Summit at N.C. State University, Cooper said he spoke out about the importance of health care in fighting drug addiction with fellow... Read more
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The News & Observer
Free speech policies have improved at ECU and UNC-Charlotte, watchdog group sayslight” campuses, the most in the nation. The new rating is an upgrade for both
The News & Observer / Posted 23 days ago
light” campuses, the most in the nation. The new rating is an upgrade for both ECU and UNC-Charlotte, which along with N.C. State University were given the lower “yellow light” rating in FIRE’s report last year. Leaders at the Greenville... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
GenX public forum to feature 15 panelistsis a resident attorney with Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services of Akron, O
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 23 days ago
is a resident attorney with Fair Shake Environmental Legal Services of Akron, Ohio. Dr. Detlef Knappe is a professor at N.C. State University interested in drinking water quality and treatment and was part of a team of researchers who evaluated... Read more
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The News & Observer
Campaign aims to give NC farmworkers water when they need itdesigned by the Lyf Company, a consumer brand created by Raleigh-based Designbo
The News & Observer / Posted 23 days ago
designed by the Lyf Company, a consumer brand created by Raleigh-based Designbox, with an assist from design students at N.C. State University. The water carriers will be delivered with an electrolyte drink and information about how to prevent... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Washing out the GenXriver and the CFPUA water-treatment system “somewhere in the range of one to tw
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 24 days ago
river and the CFPUA water-treatment system “somewhere in the range of one to two weeks,” said Detlef Knappe, a professor at N.C. State University and one of the researchers who discovered GenX in the river and CFPUA during sampling in... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
CFPUA: Communication changes neededabout the presence of the unregulated chemical GenX in CFPUA's treated water. C
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 24 days ago
about the presence of the unregulated chemical GenX in CFPUA's treated water. CFPUA employees participated in a study by N.C. State University researchers that found the chemical. The study was published in November. The StarNews broke the story... Read more
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Island Packet
‘Found my passion’: A millennial farm boy follows in his father’s footstepselse.” But, cows are Jeff Sykes’ passion. He went to “vet-tech school,” after
Island Packet / Posted 24 days ago
else.” But, cows are Jeff Sykes’ passion. He went to “vet-tech school,” after which he was hired as the herdsman for the N.C. State University College of Veterinary Medicine. “I started to think, ‘if I’m milking cows here, why don’t I just go... Read more
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The News & Observer
Couple find NC student athletes millions in college scholarshipswith seven players receiving “full rides,” including Larrell Murchison, who’ll
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
with seven players receiving “full rides,” including Larrell Murchison, who’ll play defensive tackle this year for N.C. State University. Since the company’s inception in 2012, 14 athletes have earned full rides; 24 have earned partial... Read more
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