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CHEERS! Brew boat comes to Cape Fear River

If you've walked the streets of the Port City, you may have seen a pedal pub. Now, you can take the same kind of fun out on the Cape Fear River.

Research finds GenX in one type of young fish, not others

A little-studied industrial compound is in a lake near the North Carolina chemical plant where it's manufactured, but a state environmental study isn't finding much in the young fish living there.
The sign at the Chemours facility near Fayetteville (Photo: Jenna Kurzyna/WWAY)video

Chemours meets with neighbors in hopes to build trust

A chemical company executive says he hopes residents near a North Carolina plant will one day be proud to have the operation in their community.
The sign at the Chemours facility near Fayetteville (Photo: Jenna Kurzyna/WWAY)

NCDEQ requests court order against Chemours

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality filed a proposed court order against Chemours Monday.
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One year after GenX revelation, some fears still remain

Nearly a year after the story about GenX broke, some fears have been calmed, while others still remain.

Scientists using alligator, fish samples to learn more about GenX

A team of researchers will use samples taken from alligators, catfish and striped bass in the Cape Fear River and surrounding areas to attempt to answer some lingering questions about GenX.

DEQ: Part of Cape Fear River reclassified as ‘swamp’

A major portion of the Cape Fear River in our area is now being classified as a swamp. Wilmington City council members are not happy about it.

‘Swamp Thing’ series testing waters to film in Wilmington

Something might be lurking in the water in the Cape Fear region and, this time, it’s not GenX.

North Carolina budget adjustments advance in the legislature

North Carolina Republicans advanced next year's state budget adjustments Tuesday, betting on agreed-to pay raises, tax cuts and school safety improvements to assure electoral success against Democrats in November.

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