Did North Carolina's State Capital Succeed in its First Try at a Public Water System?

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We take turning on the tap for the water we need to stay hydrated as a given. What does it take to have that all-important water source. Learn more about a water supply: A local historian takes a look at Raleigh's water history going back to the 1800s in a six-part video series. 

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Yoga Journey Takes Instructor to Kenya

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Michelle Johnson talked about how yoga can help us quiet the mind and deal with the stress and distraction of everyday life in our pursuit of fitness. But this North Carolina-based instructor takes her yoga practice all the way to Kenya as an ambassador in the Yoga in Africa project and shares a few her poses in this beautiful place.

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Three Reasons to Break Out into a Run (or at least a walk)

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If you're looking for that extra incentive to put on your running shoes and hit the road or trail, here are three really great ways to enjoy a race here in North Carolina.

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The 29 Most Incredible Themed Races of 2014

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Raleigh's Krispy Kreme Challenge makes this list of themed races.

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