News for March 4

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6th Raleigh Spy Conference will be held at the North Carolina Museum of History in downtown Raleigh March 25-27.

Paycut for Commissioners

WRAL has posted that Joe Bryan requested that commissioners take a 10 percent pay cut.

Transportation Study for Crabtree Valley

WRAL reports that the city council voted unanimously to devise a new traffic plan for Crabtree.

Questionable Body Parts Sold in Raleigh

The head of a Raleigh tissue harvesting company will appear in court “for tissue he knew would be otherwise rejected for purchase because the presence of infectious or communicable diseases would be detected in the donor blood sample,” writes N&O reporter Sarah Avery.

NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me!” is Coming to Raleigh has more information.

Woman Fired for Sleeping on Job, Wants Job Back

N&O reporter Elsie Hinton fell asleep 5 times before she was fired, and now she’s suing to get her job back.

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