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What You Need to Know about North Carolina for October 9, 2014

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News Across North Carolina for October 9

Crime continues to go down statewide, but apparently not in Wilmington or Durham.

Forsyth Tech shows off its new downtown Winston campus.

How a popular, grassrootsy, artsy corner of Downtown Winston-Salem came to be.

The people who are on Broad Street in Winston-Salem, namely the business owners, express disappointment and concern that the state didn’t choose the street for the one exit on the newly configured Business 40.

A historic rail roundhouse in Asheville will be demolished.

Asheville’s police want more wearable cameras.

So same-day registration and out of precinct voting is not back after all

Apparently the Charlotte-Douglas Airport doesn’t have enough amenities.

It’s not certain what the toll rates will be on the new toll lanes on I-77 in Charlotte.

The City of Wilmington will hold a public meeting to discuss a potential transportation bond.

The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s CEO will retire.

How Citrix is transforming Raleigh’s Warehouse District.

A proposed whitewater rafting park in Raleigh is becoming more expensive to build, take four years to build and will be the responsibility of a group of rafting advocates.

One mayor of a town adjacent to RDU is concerned about RDU developing a portion of the Lake Crabtree County Park.

The latest on development in Durham.

And finally, the newest foods to enter the fryer at the State Fair this year.

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