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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for December 8, 2014

It’s Monday! I’m on the move, I’m sure you are too, so lets get on the news groove together:

News Across North Carolina for December 8


The News & Record‘s article on the ouster of the executive director of the International Civil Rights Museum and Center, which does rely on anonymous sources, which they explain here.

A few other local government actions from around Greensboro.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will spend $40,000 to study several areas where school traffic causes major issues.

There are unfortunately some eugenics victims who are not eligible for the reparations that are now being issued by the state government.

Thanks to a grant, High Point University will be able to use several high-powered telescopes in Chile.

Legislation has been drafted by a soon-to-take-office state legislator to require every law enforcement official statewide to wear a body camera.

Our state first lady is a fan of the Governor’s Western Residence in Asheville.

Bears are eating more and sleeping less, so yes, they are bigger now.

The politics of the minimum wage in our state.

People have mixed feelings about the Forest Service allowing some logging in a portion of the Pissgah National Forest.

This proposed Asheville development could bring 667 apartments to the city.

Duke Energy and the governor were featured on 60 Minutes last night. Here’s what they talked about.

Mecklenburg County is examining how its child protective services system works.

Concerns are rising statewide over this year’s renewals of healthcare plans under the Affordable Care Act.

New Hanover County’s ABC will renovate its old headquarters.

The Fayetteville City Council is debating over the term of the mayor pro tem.

As downtown Raleigh grows, less affordable housing is available.

A new memorial playground has been unveiled in Durham’s Central Park.

Durham’s police force is working on being more transparent.

And finally, Charlotte is the second-fastest growing city in the country.

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