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Hurricanes' Williams: 'We didn't respond the way we should have,' in loss to Penguins 1:31

Hurricanes' Williams: 'We didn't respond the way we should have,' in loss to Penguins

Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration 0:21

Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration

Hurricanes' Peters: 'I don't think anyone's pleased,' after 6-1 loss to Penguins 3:43

Hurricanes' Peters: 'I don't think anyone's pleased,' after 6-1 loss to Penguins

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham 0:49

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham

Trump talks guns, school safety and DACA at CPAC 1:27

Trump talks guns, school safety and DACA at CPAC

NC State's Keatts: 'I want to build on what we have right now' 0:52

NC State's Keatts: 'I want to build on what we have right now'

NC State's Torin Dorn asked about former teammate Dennis Smith 0:27

NC State's Torin Dorn asked about former teammate Dennis Smith

NC State's Torin Dorn on facing FSU 5:46

NC State's Torin Dorn on facing FSU

NC State's Keatts responds to Yahoo! report 0:55

NC State's Keatts responds to Yahoo! report

Victim's mother speaks at Copley sentencing 4:14

Victim's mother speaks at Copley sentencing

Business

Duke Energy files lawsuit against environmentalists over NC coal power plant

North Carolina-based Duke Energy filed a lawsuit in Virginia on May 11, 2017, against environmental group, the Roanoke River Basin Association.

Politics & Government

Duke researchers: NC coal ash could be a resource, not just a hazard

While state lawmakers and environmental authorities are fixated on coal ash as a hazard, some are beginning to think of the waste as a resource. Rare earth elements – key ingredients of technologies such as smart phones, electric car batteries and bulletproof glass – are found in abundance in coal ash and could be mined for profit, according to Duke University researchers.

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Hurricanes' Williams: 'We didn't respond the way we should have,' in loss to Penguins 1:31

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Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration 0:21

Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham 0:49

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham

Trump talks guns, school safety and DACA at CPAC 1:27

Trump talks guns, school safety and DACA at CPAC

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NC State's Keatts: 'I want to build on what we have right now'

NC State's Torin Dorn asked about former teammate Dennis Smith 0:27

NC State's Torin Dorn asked about former teammate Dennis Smith

NC State's Torin Dorn on facing FSU 5:46

NC State's Torin Dorn on facing FSU

NC State's Keatts responds to Yahoo! report 0:55

NC State's Keatts responds to Yahoo! report

Victim's mother speaks at Copley sentencing 4:14

Victim's mother speaks at Copley sentencing

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Hurricanes' Peters: 'I don't think anyone's pleased,' after 6-1 loss to Penguins

VIDEO: The Carolina Hurricanes head coach Bill Peters cited the team's abundance of mistakes as it was soundly defeated by the Pittsburgh Penguins in an NHL game played at PNC Arena in Raleigh on Feb. 23, 2018.
Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Hurricanes' Peters: 'I don't think anyone's pleased,' after 6-1 loss to Penguins 3:43

Hurricanes' Peters: 'I don't think anyone's pleased,' after 6-1 loss to Penguins

Hurricanes' Williams: 'We didn't respond the way we should have,' in loss to Penguins 1:31

Hurricanes' Williams: 'We didn't respond the way we should have,' in loss to Penguins

Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration 0:21

Watch Cam Ward smash his stick in frustration

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham 0:49

State Capitol visitors pay tribute to Rev. Billy Graham