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for Independent Weekly Vol. 3 Issue 6, March 29-April 11 1985
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When the 22-mile stretch from Research Triangle Park to Orange County is complete it will have cost more than $103 million, more than $10 million of which is state funds. The freeway’s impact will be far reaching. Residents will be able to commute to anywhere in the Triangle in a half hour or less, thousands of acres of farmland will be available for development, and growth along the interstate will enrich the tax coffers of the local government.
A UNC-Greensboro anthropology professor is the leading U.S. expert on footprints in forensic anthropology. Louise Robbins says she can identify the person who made a particular shoeprint with 100 percent accuracy, making it as reliable a source of identification as the fingerprint.