Tuesday, February 4, 2014

First Drip (1/4/14): Coal ash spill in N.C., 10 changes to Facebook in 10 years, Titanic glacier, more

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Up to 82,000 tons of coal ash were released from a pond at Duke Energy's retired power plant in Eden into the Dan River, the company reported Monday. Check back with CL for how the spill affects Charlotte.

Microsoft has a new CEO.

Ten ways Facebook has changed in 10 years.

The Jakobshavn Glacier, which experts say spawned the glacier that hit the Titanic, is moving four times faster than it was in the '90s.

That sweet tooth may give you a heartache.

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