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Tega Cay is a city located in York County, South Carolina. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 4,044. (More Info and Source) Tega Cay Real Estate

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City Council members continue tour of parts of Charlotte

City council members are touring parts of Charlotte as part of their retreat.
 
Leaders have already discussed the need for maintaining the aging homes in the Cherry neighborhood and spoke with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department about crime in west Charlotte.
                              
They focused on south Charlotte on Wednesday, where traffic congestion and growth were the biggest issues.
 
“I want my colleagues to mindful that what's going to encroach into the neighborhoods, how we balance that,” said Kenny Smith, Republican, City Council District 6.
 
Reporter Jenna Deery is on the bus tour. CLICK HERE to follow her on Twitter for updates throughout the day.
 
She will have a breakdown of the big issues highlighted by City Council on Eyewitness News starting at 5 p.m.

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Thu, 29 Jan 2015 12:26:11 -0500

NC sheriff says it appears bear killed woman

Officials in Tyrrell County say a woman known for feeding bears may have been killed by one of the animals.

Sheriff Darryl Liverman told local media outlets that 67-year-old Kay Grayson may have been dead more than two weeks when her body was found Monday in some woods.

"Based on what we saw, it appeared a bear dragged her back into the woods," Liverman said. He said investigators are not certain she was killed by a bear. The remains are being evaluated by the medical examiner in Greenville.

Grayson was known for feeding bears for more than 20 years. She often called the sheriff's office or the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission to complain about hunters. Grayson lived alone in a mobile home along U.S. 64 east of Columbia.

Liverman said deputies followed up on a request to check on the woman. The remains were found in some woods about 200 yards from her home.

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Thu, 29 Jan 2015 12:25:58 -0500

US unemployment benefit applications plunge to 15-year low

Jobless benefit applications are at their lowest level in nearly 15 years.
                              
About 265,000 people applied last week from unemployment. It was a drop of about 46,000 applications.

READ MORE:  US unemployment benefit applications plunge to 15-year low
 
The drop in unemployment applications is a strong signal the economy and jobs market are getting stronger.
 
Because unemployment applications essentially mean layoffs, it shows fewer businesses are cutting workers.
 
In North Carolina, the lower unemployment rate is a kind of vindication for state legislators who cut unemployment benefits drastically two years ago.
      
State Sen. Bob Rucho was one of the architects of that change and he said providing fewer weeks of unemployment benefits has prompted more people to find work.

“I think the unemployment insurance is designed to be a stop gap measure between employment, not to replace it like a welfare program,” Rucho said.
 
The drop in unemployment claims is also a sign more people hired during the holiday hiring season have kept jobs.

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Thu, 29 Jan 2015 12:06:26 -0500

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