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Which fish are safe to catch and eat from the Cape Fear River?

The Cape Fear River Watch has some advice for people going fishing in the Cape Fear River - "Stop, check and enjoy."
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Cooking catfish with Chef Dean Neff

Local chef, Dean Neff specializes in seafood creations. He is sharing some of his signature dishes with WWAY.
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Cape Fear fisheries unite for StriperFest educational day

Cape Fear River Watch wants the community to understand why the populations are down.
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NC environmental chief: Chemours must change its ways

North Carolina's top environmental official hopes one of the country's largest chemical companies will change how it operates now that it has been hit with the largest penalty a polluter has had to pay the state.
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Chemours to pay $13M penalty, settles with DEQ, River Watch

Chemours has reached an agreement with the State of North Carolina and The Cape Fear River Watch  on emission control, remediation efforts and ongoing health studies related to it's Fayetteville Works manufacturing site. The company has also agreed to pay $13 million to cover a civil penalty and investigative costs incurred by the state.

Environmentalists: Coal ash-related compounds found in Cape Fear River

Samples taken by environmental watchdog organizations along the Cape Fear River near the Sutton plant found arsenic and selenium levels many times higher than state surface water quality standards, the groups reported Wednesday.
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River Watch screens film about C8, GenX contamination

The film 'The Devil We Know' aired at Thalian Hall this evening sponsored by Cape Fear River Watch.
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Cape Fear River Watch presenting film, discussion about water and GenX

On Thursday, Cape Fear River Watch will show a film about the drinking water crisis in West Virginia and the introduction of GenX in the Cape Fear River.
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Chemours sued over air, water pollution claims

A federal lawsuit seeks to stop a company from continuing to allow little-studied industrial compounds to get into the Cape Fear River in eastern North Carolina.

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