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WNCW is honored to team up with the fulltime news and talk public radio station and member of NPR, WFAE in Charlotte during this edition of More to the Story.  WFAE Arts and Crime Reporter, Sarah Delia joined the broadcast, July 25th, to talk about a podcast series that she's been contributing to called 'She Says'.  The series involves a woman being called Linda and her story of sexual assault.  DNA and crime lab work in such cases, other victims and more are shared during Sarah's conversation.

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It's being called one of the largest, most ambitious redevelopment plans in the history of Greenville, South Carolina and its downtown.  Business Reporter for the Greenville News, Anna Mitchell covers all the details in this More to the Story report from July 18, 2018.

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The Asheville Citizen-Times - Casey Blake, Opinions and Community Engagement Editor, updated WNCW's More to the Story about an investigation on internal ratings for the Charles George VA Medical Center Nursing Home (Asheville) and the number of Western N.C. popular water fall sights leading to several drowning deaths.  The interview first aired on July 11, 2018.

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After a recent series of reports by the Charlotte Observer, it was learned that a record number of pedestrians have been killed on the streets of the Queen City.  What's being done to improve safety?  What are the main causes?  Is the driver of a vehicle or the walking pedestrian more to blame in this incidents?  Reporter Steve Harrison of the Observer spoke with WNCW (from July 4, 2018).

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Gastonia's Budget Inn came to an end last month after City Officials deemed it unsafe.  This followed a long process that saw the motel be a location for crime and other issues.  However, it was a roof over the head of numerous extended-stay residents. Officials say they gave ownership and residents plenty of time to make other arrangements before the establishment came to an end.  The full story is shared by the Gaston Gazette's Kevin Ellis during this More to the Story from June 13, 2018.

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