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An iconic homecoming, drones aid researchers, fishermen & foodies focus on "cape shark."
Oysters, weather forecasts, high school football players, & a special veterans program.
Developing new textiles, harvesting oysters, handcrafting fine instruments & bowls.
Making reading accessible to all; studying options for more sustainable farming, & more.
The relief & recovery efforts continue in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Comprehensive coverage of Hurricane Matthew recovery efforts.
Coverage of the relief & recovery efforts from Hurricane Matthew.
A look back at relief efforts across NC in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Black Wall Street creates conversations around diversity, technology & entrepreneurship.
Can NC build facilities to process & export “Cape Shark" & will people eat it?
Operation North State holds fishing festivals for veterans across the state.
A pair of oystermen have invented a special material that speeds growth of wild oysters.
Oyster farming could provide new livelihood for North Carolina coastal families.
Jeff Smith tours Bladen & Robeson Counties in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
A tour of Greenville in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Jeff Smith tours Grifton for a look at the effects Hurricane Matthew had on the town.
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