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Duke Energy

More than 3,200 without power

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The winter weather is leaving a lot without power Tuesday night. Full story...
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US charges Duke with illegal pollution from 5 coal ash dumps

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Federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against Duke Energy for illegal pollution from coal ash dumps at five North Carolina power plants. Full story...
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SEC Filing: Duke says it expects to settle criminal probe

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Duke Energy says it expects to pay $100 million to settle an ongoing federal criminal investigation that began after a massive coal ash spill at a North Carolina plant. Full story...
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Report on natural gas pipeline outlines economic benefits

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A study commissioned by the companies planning to build a pipeline to deliver natural gas to the Southeast says the project would lower customer energy bills and increase employment. Full story...
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Duke Energy CEO speaks on Dan River spill year anniversary

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videoIt’s been one year since one of the largest coal ash spills in the nation’s history. It took almost a week to contain the spill at Duke Energy’s Eden North Carolina ash coal dump. Full story...
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Pentagon pairs with Duke to build solar farm at Camp Lejeune

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The Pentagon is pairing with Duke Energy to build an 80-acre solar farm at Camp Lejeune, a sprawling U.S. Marine Corps base along the North Carolina coast. Full story...
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Wanted Pender man located in New York

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video Detectives from the Pender County Sheriff's Office say a wanted man has been located in another state. Full story...
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Duke Energy asks Carolinas' customers to reduce energy use

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Duke Energy is asking its customers in North Carolina and South Carolina to reduce electricity usage during the next 24 hours to help avoid potentially high energy demand caused by the extreme cold. A statement from the Charlotte-based utility says the most critical time to reduce usage is Thursday between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. Full story...
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Cold weather prompts school delays, energy conservation plea

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The coldest air of the winter is prompting some North Carolina school system to delay the start of classes and leading an energy provider to ask its customers to reduce their electricity use. Approximately a dozen school systems from the mountains to the coast are delaying starting times on Thursday to protect students from frigid early-morning temperatures that will combine with wind chills to dip into the single-digits. Full story...
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