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NC river swirls with gray muck near coal ash dump

Gray muck is flowing into the Cape Fear River from the site of a dam breach at a Wilmington power plant where an old coal ash dump had been covered over by Florence's floodwaters. (Sept. 23)
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UNC Wilmington opening practice at UNC due to Florence

UNC Wilmington to open its preseason basketball practices at North Carolina due to lingering effects of Hurricane Florence
FOX Sports Also reported by •USATODAY.com

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Interstate Left Covered In Fish? [Video]Interstate Left Covered In Fish?

Firefighters in North Carolina put their hoses to a different use over the weekend.

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Flood Waters Recede In The Carolinas After Hurricane Florence [Video]Flood Waters Recede In The Carolinas After Hurricane Florence

According to Reuters, nearly all rivers and waterways in North and South Carolina will recede after Hurricane Florence by Sunday but most will remain at dangerous flood levels for days to come. The..

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Cleaning up after Florence [Video]Cleaning up after Florence

Ryan Schmelz reports.

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Roadside Flood Rescues in North Carolina [Video]Roadside Flood Rescues in North Carolina

Occurred on September 16, 2018 / Whiteville, North Carolina, USA Info from Licensor: "My husband and I were trying to find a way home when all the roads were being closed due to flooding caused by..

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South Carolina Communities Race To Beat Dangerous Flooding [Video]South Carolina Communities Race To Beat Dangerous Flooding

South Carolina communities along waterways near the Atlantic coast were racing on Saturday. The residents were trying to prepare for the possible onslaught of dangerous flooding in the aftermath of..

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Florence flooding forces shutdown of NC natgas plant [Video]Florence flooding forces shutdown of NC natgas plant

Duke Energy says it's been forced to shut down its natural gas plant in Wilmington, North Carolina, because of flooding caused by Hurricane Florence. Colette Luke has more.

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When a Hurricane Ravages Your Hometown

“I kept thinking the dateline should read ‘Memory Lane.’” A Wall Street Journal reporter surveys Florence’s damage in Wilmington, N.C., the town where she grew up.
Wall Street Journal

280-pound whale skull heads from southern Delaware to Wilmington to new museum home

After a year of decomposing on Pickering Beach, the remains of a humpback whale found at Port Mahon are at the Delaware Museum of Natural History.

Flood Shuts Down N.C. Power Plant, Sweeps Waste Into River

River flooding caused the shutdown Friday of a natural-gas plant near Wilmington, N.C., and some waste tied to the facility’s past as a coal-fired plant entered waterways.
Wall Street Journal

Company donates rescue equipment to Wilmington Fire Department

As the anniversary of the fatal Canby Park fire approaches, a company donated equipment that intends to rescue fire personnel trapped in the basement of buildings. 9/21/18

Duke Energy Dam Breach Threatens River With Coal Ash

Duke Energy said Friday that a dam was breached by floodwaters from Florence at a Wilmington power plant, and it's possible coal ash from an adjacent dump is flowing into the Cape Fear River.

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