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Tuesday - September 30, 2014
First Opportunity Scholarship Payments Sent Out

RALEIGH -- The first of millions of taxpayer dollars in payments have been sent to private and religious schools across North Carolina while an appeals court considers a judge's ruling that a new scholarship program for low-income public school children is unconstitutional on several levels. Darrell Allison with Parents for Educational Freedom says blocking the first year at time time was unfair.

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Duke University Study on Fracking Questions Water Contamination Source

DURHAM -- A new Duke University study on fracking blames the water contamination around drilling sites on leaky well shafts, rather than the actual fracking process.

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Dowtown Raleigh Tests Color Coding Parking

RALEIGH -- The City of Raleigh is launching a new color-coded parking project in downtown parking facilities to help visitors find their parking spaces after downtown events.  Large, color coded signs specific to each city-owned parking deck will be displayed in all drive entrances and pedestrian entrances to make it easier for customers to remember where they parked.

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