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The State of Things
10:01 am
Tue May 20, 2014

Triad News Update

The Dan River flows through Danville, VA 22 miles down stream from the site of a coal ash spill in Eden. Officials say treated water there remains safe to drink.
Credit Jeff Tiberii

WUNC Greensboro bureau chief Jeff Tiberii

    

Two Republican lawmakers introduced a bill to the North Carolina Senate last week to cut back on the threat of coal ash pollution in North Carolina. 

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The State of Things
10:00 am
Tue March 25, 2014

Triad News Update

Greensboro skyline
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WUNC Greensboro Bureau Chief Jeff Tiberii talks about Greensboro development plans and the latest on the coal ash spill

  

 The Greensboro City Council approved a plan directing $65 million toward the development of a performing arts center in Greensboro. Similar venues in Durham and Charlotte have brought revenue and recognition to the cities. Greensboro leaders hope their investment will yield similar rewards. 

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The State of Things
10:20 am
Tue October 8, 2013

Triad Update

Guilford County was formerly in the process of implementing the largest tablet program in the US, but the program has been suspended.
Credit Jeff Tiberii

  

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recently voted to tentatively allow permit holders to carry concealed handguns in Tanglewood Park.

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