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Monday - June 29, 2015
Drought Returns to North Carolina

RALEIGH -- After a two-year reprieve, drought conditions have returned to North Carolina. The State Climate Office at NC State University announced this week that 20 Counties from Charlotte to the Triad are classified under moderate drought.

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Supreme Court Perception in N.C.

RALEIGH-- Many are talking about the recent Supreme Court ruling upholding Obamacare and Same-Sex Marriage. A recent poll, found some 22 percent of North Carolinians believed the Supreme Court was more liberal compared to a 16 percent nationally.

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Dig it Exhibit at N.C. Museum of Natural Sciences

RALEIGH-- This year 2015 is the International Year of Soil. And to go along with that the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has a special exhibit called Dig it! on display.

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Corolla Fire Cause Undetermined

RALEIGH – Investigators are unable to determine the cause of a fire in Corolla that destroyed Brindley Beach Realty and damaged three nearby structures, according to the State Bureau of Investigation.

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Governor Signs Military Friendly Bills

RALEIGH -- Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills into law today to support veterans and military families through in-state tuition at University of North Carolina (UNC) system universities and North Carolina Community Colleges and by improving job opportunities for veterans by extending the time period needed to qualify for a Commercial Drivers License.

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Second Polar Bear Coming to NC Zoo

ASHEBORO -- Anana, the 15-year-old female polar bear at the North Carolina Zoo, will get some company this winter.

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