Since they started spaying and neutering in 2009, shelter intake is down by 50 percent in Cumberland County.
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We’ve all said it or thought it before – ”People around here can’t drive in this weather.”
Sitting two miles above sea level, the lab has experienced temperatures of -40 degrees.
Humans in the cold? They don’t fare as well.
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The Ronald McDonald House helps families whose children are in the hospital.
Spring time is the worst when it comes to allergies due to the pollination of trees.
A bolt of lighting can pack quite the punch – up to a billion volts of electricity.
That day saw the coldest temperatures ever recorded in North Carolina.