Jeff Tiberii

WUNC

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Greensboro Bureau Chief for WUNC, the NPR affiliate in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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It's been more than 40 days since coal-ash from a Duke Energy power plant  contaminated 70 miles  of North Carolina's Dan River.

Did Regulators Protect Duke Energy from Oil-Spill Lawsuit?

It's been more than 40 days since coal-ash from a Duke Energy power plant contaminated 70 miles of North Carolina's Dan River.

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