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Police investigating robbery in parking lot of Jake’s Diner

GREENSBORO, N.C. — A person was robbed in the parking lot of Jake’s Diner early Friday morning. Police responded to Jake’s Diner on 2206 S. Holden Road just before 3 a.m. The victim  was approached by three men, one of which had a handgun, according to a police report. The suspects were last seen traveling […]
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A setback for N.C. cities

Asheville was soaked, and other North Carolina cities may catch a chill. The N.C. Court of Appeals this week backed the legislature-directed transfer of Asheville’s water system to a regional authorit
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‘Bodies Revealed’ Exhibit Is Fascinating And Real

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Greensboro Science Center will open its ‘Bodies Revealed’ exhibit this Saturday.

The exhibit gives you an inside look at carefully preserved and REAL organs from the human body. The Science Center says there are nine full body human specimens and 200 organs respectfully displayed to offer a new and unique view of our anatomy.

You can check out the Bodies Revealed Exhibit from October 10 of this year to June 5, 2016.

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Son’s journey with diabetes inspires local couple

HIGH POINT, N.C. — By the time a Piedmont mom and dad’s oldest son graduates from high school, they hope to have accomplished a big time goal of their own. “I want the date he leaves home to have a cure, that gives me four years,” said Carlos Sanchez, dad to 14-year-old Sebastian. “I want […]
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Police Body Cameras Have Hidden Cost

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GREENSBORO, N.C. – Greensboro police got body cameras through a $130,000 grant.  But buying the cameras is just part of the cost. 2 Wants To Know looked at video storage costs.

It used to be all police case files were kept in paper in boxes. Under state law, police departments have to hold on to them for so many years – depending on what the records are. Those boxes don’t cost much to keep in the department warehouse. But electronic recordings of body camera footage — well that’s another story. On average, GPD pays $1289 per camera per year to keep the computer records on a memory card.

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