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  • Incident report details morning of violence at NC prison

    Incident report details morning of violence at NC prison

    Tuesday, August 14 2018 5:05 PM EDT2018-08-14 21:05:10 GMT
    (Sky3 | WBTV)(Sky3 | WBTV)
    (Sky3 | WBTV)(Sky3 | WBTV)

    The violent morning at the western North Carolina prison is the latest in a long string of incidents at prisons across the state dating back to at least last October, when four prison staff members were killed during an attempted escape at Pasquotank Correctional Institution.

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    The violent morning at the western North Carolina prison is the latest in a long string of incidents at prisons across the state dating back to at least last October, when four prison staff members were killed during an attempted escape at Pasquotank Correctional Institution.

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  • WBTV takes a quick but costly ride in Texas toll lanes

    WBTV takes a quick but costly ride in Texas toll lanes

    Tuesday, August 14 2018 10:26 AM EDT2018-08-14 14:26:37 GMT
    (Corey Schmidt | WBTV)(Corey Schmidt | WBTV)
    (Corey Schmidt | WBTV)(Corey Schmidt | WBTV)

    The lanes were built and are operated by Cintra, the same Spanish company that’s currently building the toll lanes along I-77 and will have a decades-long contract to operate them.

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    The lanes were built and are operated by Cintra, the same Spanish company that’s currently building the toll lanes along I-77 and will have a decades-long contract to operate them.

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  • Cooper promises help but can't give timeline during tour of hurricane-damaged areas

    Cooper promises help but can't give timeline during tour of hurricane-damaged areas

    Tuesday, August 14 2018 9:03 AM EDT2018-08-14 13:03:00 GMT

    North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper refused to commit to a timeline when residents across southeastern North Carolina, still reeling from damage left by Hurricane Matthew nearly two years ago, would begin to see help in the form of hundreds-of-millions of dollars in federal aid.  

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    North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper refused to commit to a timeline when residents across southeastern North Carolina, still reeling from damage left by Hurricane Matthew nearly two years ago, would begin to see help in the form of hundreds-of-millions of dollars in federal aid.  

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