Health officials are warning the public that the Dan River is still not safe.Clean-up and water testing continues 3 weeks after an estimated 35 million gallons of coal ash spilled in to the river along Duke Energy's site in Eden. More>>
"We need action with a sense of urgency from Duke Energy," said Governor Pat McCrory as he addressed media about coal ash. More>>
Of this flu season's 74 deaths, 30 have been people between the ages of 25 to 49. More>>
WNCN found people living in public housing who aren't eligible to be there. And some people who are making much more money than you may think. More>>
Smartphones today are basically miniature computers that carry a goldmine of personal information, and they are easily hacked.
Scam artists have found out how to change or "spoof" caller ID by appearing as nearly anyone when they call. More>>
North Carolina is owed about a billion dollars in back taxes, more than $10 million of which is tied to the worst offenders. More>>
Under a new pricing-transparency law going into effect next year, N.C. hospitals must submit charges for 140 of their most common procedures. More>>
The federal government's latest report estimates that about 300,000 people in N.C. become victims of identity theft each year. More>>
For the last two years, North Carolina trains have led the nation in both revenue and ridership growth. More>>
The North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors issued a 12-month stayed suspension to a new home builder following a WNCN investigation into the home builder. More>>
As a result of WNCN's investigation "Poison in the Water," Gov. Pat McCrory signed a bill into law to prevent North Carolinians from drinking toxic chemicals. More>>
Private well owners must test their own water to ensure its safety. The web site set up by DENR will help guide private well owners through how to check their water for contaminates. More>>
Last September, dozens of homes in Wake Forest found traces of TCE in their wells. Some of those homes are getting hooked up to a clean public supply of water Wednesday. More>>
WNCN's newscast of Oct. 25, 2102, has won a prestigious Murrow Award. More>>
A Wake Forest neighborhood drinks contaminated water for years. More>>
Wake County's water quality director outlined a number of recommendations Monday. More>>
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