Hog industry lawyers: Jury needn't hear other waste methods

Hog industry lawyers: Jury needn't hear other waste methods

Hog industry attorneys defending federal lawsuits claiming that spraying liquefied animal waste over farm fields harm North Carolina neighbors don't want jurors to hear about alternative methods used elsewhere.
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North Carolina elementary school closed for lack of heat

A North Carolina elementary school has canceled classes for the second consecutive day because of problems with its heating system.
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Highway Patrol identified victims in fatal traffic crash

The North Carolina Highway Patrol has identified the two people killed when their car collided with a dump truck.
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Regulator: Pipeline permits have no link to Cooper agreement

A North Carolina environmental regulator says a separate monetary agreement reached by Gov. Roy Cooper's office with developers of a multistate natural gas pipeline had nothing to do with her department's decisions…
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N Carolina revenues surged with new year, but does it last?

Tax money stuffed North Carolina's coffers as the calendar turned to 2018, but that alone doesn't mean the state will have a significant surplus when the fiscal year ends in June.
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