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Teams push ticket scalping

The Carolina Hurricanes and other pro sports franchises are supporting a bill that would let fans buy scalped tickets over the Internet for North Carolina games and shows.

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Progress asks $42M a year to cover energy-saving plan

Progress Energy now awaits regulatory approval of a slate of efficiency programs, all aimed at reducing the amount of energy the utility must produce to meet demand. The programs range from cycling air conditioner use at homes to promoting construction that meets federal Energy Star standards.

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A 'green coal baron'?

Some readers of a recent New York Times Magazine profile of Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers were no doubt surprised by the piece. If its title, "A Green Coal Baron?" flummoxed some readers, the article's general thrust likely have frustrated others.

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N.C. Public Staff challenges Progress Energy bid for flight rate

Under Progress Energy's plans to recover from ratepayers its costs for investing in renewable energy, a studio apartment resident would pay the same as the resident of a palatial home whose monthly electricity usage reaches 40,000 kilowat hours.

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Media Hit | Transportation

More money sought for public transit

The cost of gasoline gobbled up economic stimulus checks received by households in North Carolina, according to a group pushing for more funding for public transportation.

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