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for Indy Week Vol. 30 Issue 26, June 2013
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A loophole in state law allowed Terryon McEachin of Durham to steal 12 cars in 11 days and sell these to scrapyards. Junkyard owners are required to check title and registration except if the car is ten years or older. McEachin took advantage of this exception and used local towing companies to take older model cars to two different scrapyards to cash in.
Pam Saulsby is a recognized television news anchor in the Triangle spending two decades at WRAL in Raleigh. The anchor was recently fired from her job at WRAL, and she took a new position at WNCN, an NBC affiliate. The article reviews the career of this beloved local television personality and what she hopes to accomplish at the new station.
Governor Pat McCrory will announce this week the second group of energy commission appointments. Critics like Jim Warren believe the Governor should not make such decisions based on his 28-year career at Duke Energy. Warren and other clean energy activists believe McCrory's ties with Duke Energy is a conflict of interest in choosing commission members responsible for regulating such big energy corporations.