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News across North Carolina for February 2, 2015

Welcome to February! We are right here with your latest batch of North Carolina news:

News Across North Carolina for February 2, 2015

How a legal loophole allows businesses and citizens to have their property seized by police, even if they are only suspected of a crime.

Guilford County Schools’ superintendent has turned down a raise once again.

The Greensboro News and Record‘s full series on the Dan River coal ash spill.

A new exhibit at the NC Museum of History explores the history of the state highway patrol.

Yesterday was February 1 and over the weekend, the Greensboro Four was honored.

The North Carolina School of the Arts is finishing up one of its largest building projects in its history.

The North Carolina Botanical Garden has a new director.

Asheville’s incubator program for farmers is expanding.

The governor’s State of the State is happening on Wednesday night.

This developer wants the City of Wilmington to use eminent domain to get roads extended onto its private property.

The Cumberland County Commissioners may allow three Triangle area communities to use water from its reservoir on the Cape Fear River. Meanwhile, that same water may have a toxic chemical in it.

And finally, meet your new Department of Environment and Natural Resources head.

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