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News across North Carolina for January 27, 2015

Happy Tuesday! Let’s get right into the North Carolina news:

News Across North Carolina for January 27, 2015

Raleigh’s one of the places in the country where having rooftop solar panels is cheaper than going through the power company.

What the General Assembly’s education agenda could be.

Candidates have already gathered and presented their pitches to replace recently resigned state senator Earline Parmon.

The Asheville City Council may approve the construction of 447 new apartments.

The Charlotte City Council unanimously voted last night to approve the $7 million expense for body cameras.

The Charlotte council also approved $1.9 million for public art along the LYNX Blue Line expansion.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools bus riders ride longer and in more crowded buses due to budget cuts.

There’s a petition floating around to get UNC system leaders to not force current president Tom Ross to resign.

HUD has granted $3.6 million to several Charlotte agencies.

The new state film grant incentive program is accepting applications.

The latest on the reform of the Common Core curriculum.

This freshman congressman hopes to become the next congressperson known for good constituent services.

Crime in Fayetteville went down in 2014.

Details on what Wake County residents are expressing over transit options for the next comprehensive plan draft.

Folks who use the State Employees Credit Union, will see different foster children in need of homes on displays throughout branches of the credit union.

The current and several formal governors have filed a lawsuit to gain the ability to appoint people to commissions that are currently in the purview of the General Assembly.

This Duke official will be going to work at the FDA.

The Wake County Commissioners and School Board met together yesterday to discuss school funding.

This Triangle-area inventor of a groundwater monitoring system hopes his development will catch traction.

And finally, Garden & Gun magazine profiles Raleigh’s warehouse district.

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