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More questions than answers surround Mayor Vaughan’s personal legal bill

Vaughan had been summoned to a deposition in a lawsuit against the city brought by downtown property owner Eric Robert who said he had been promised public funds to help pay for rehabilitating the old Daily Bread Flour Mill. The City of Greensboro disagreed that any funds were promised or owed.
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Council runs back door play on video policy

At a Monday afternoon work session, the Greensboro city council passed a resolution that will allow limited release of video captured by the body-worn camera of former police officer Tim Bloch as he fatally shot Chieu Di Thi Vo in March of 2014.
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HB2 agitates fear and anger for political gain

It's good to see people passionate about civic matters. It sure beats apathy. But when it comes to HB2, the bill that, among other things, requires transgender people to use bathrooms in government facilities that align with the gender on their birth certificates, there is a lot of rhetoric that goes beyond zeal and reaches to unmitigated bigotry.
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A better way on police body camera video in Greensboro

All Greensboro police officers are now equipped with onbody video cameras and the Greensboro Police Department (GPD) will not release any video recorded by these cameras.
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South Carolina primary will make or break Trump

Over the last few months when I come home from work late at night my better half will, from time to time, be in the living room watching a television show. Now this certain television show once had a cast so big that they split the show in two, with only the top 10 or so actors making the main program.