GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The program is called the North Carolina Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, and they say they still have more than $9 Million of unclaimed money to help low-income families with the energy bill. The Triad had several long cold stretches throughout December, and January and now some people are seeing the effects on their energy bills.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- The program is called the North Carolina Low-Income Energy Assistance Program, and they say they still have more than $9 Million of unclaimed money to help low-income families with the energy bill. The Triad had several long cold stretches throughout December, and January and now some people are seeing the effects on their energy bills. If you've had a conversation with someone about energy bills this winter it might sound something like this.
GREENSBORO, N.C. -- 17 people were killed on Valentines day, when a gunman open fire at a high school. Now, new questions are being raised about the initial response to the shooting by some Broward County Sheriff's deputies. Coral Springs Police Officers say they arrived at the school shortly after the shooting and found the deputies outside with guns drawn, but did not go into the school.
@RJRAthletics Hey guys, I know BHall and you have been talking a little bit, but I didn't know if you knew of any of his old coaches or classmates still in the area from back then? Trying to get a quick interview today!Thank you!!
Hey, @UMBCAthletics — I know last night was INSANE, and I’m sure your head coach is very busy laughing at Seth Davis, BUT I’m a reporter with @WFMY , and we would love to speak with the hometown kid! Even if it’s just over the phone! Any idea who to get in contact with??
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