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  • The 911 Bermuda Triangle

    The 911 Bermuda Triangle

    Wednesday, December 7 2016 10:59 PM EST2016-12-08 03:59:17 GMT
    911 calls made from cell phones sometimes are routed to the wrong dispatch center. (Source: WAVE 3 News)911 calls made from cell phones sometimes are routed to the wrong dispatch center. (Source: WAVE 3 News)

    More than 80 percent of 911 calls come from wireless phones. But cell phone towers are getting their wires crossed, sending some calls for help in the wrong direction.

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    More than 80 percent of 911 calls come from wireless phones. But cell phone towers are getting their wires crossed, sending some calls for help in the wrong direction.

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  • Heroin users injecting doubt into needle exchange issue

    Heroin users injecting doubt into needle exchange issue

    Monday, November 9 2015 10:19 AM EST2015-11-09 15:19:23 GMT
    Thursday, December 24 2015 4:16 PM EST2015-12-24 21:16:01 GMT
    It's called a needle exchange because intravenous drug users are supposed to exchange used syringes for clean ones to reduce the spread of disease. But it looks more like a needle supply.More >>

    It's called a needle exchange because intravenous drug users are supposed to exchange used syringes for clean ones to reduce the spread of disease. But it looks more like a needle supply.

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  • Lottery data reveals stores that cash the most winning tickets

    Lottery data reveals stores that cash the most winning tickets

    Monday, May 4 2015 5:01 PM EDT2015-05-04 21:01:04 GMT
    Monday, January 11 2016 1:14 PM EST2016-01-11 18:14:21 GMT

    A WAVE 3 News analysis of more than 30,000 winning lottery tickets in Kentucky and Indiana from 2014 found one store in our the paid out more than any other last year. 

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    A WAVE 3 News analysis of more than 30,000 winning lottery tickets in Kentucky and Indiana from 2014 found one store in our the paid out more than any other last year. 

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