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North Carolina Department of Transportation leaders said they'll look at the votes that led to noise walls being approved along Charlotte highways -- which could end up as a victory for home and business owners fighting against the construction of the walls.
The decision to review that voting process came after dozens of people said the process wasn't fair.
Those people said they don't want a noise wall built along Interstate 277 because they would block the view of the skyline.
NCDOT officials said they did ask anyone who would be affected by the walls to vote and voice their opinion. They said they used property and tax records to find those people and then sent them ballots so they could vote on the issue.
But some people Channel 9 spoke with said they never received ballots, and others said they received bad voting instructions.
And still others said it was unfair for DOT officials to count any ballot that wasn't mailed back as a vote supporting the wall.
DOT officials said they've now hired an outside group to take a look at their voting process.
Investigators in Marshville have released more information about a woman found dead in her car over the weekend.
The medical examiner's autopsy of 34-year-old Alicia Sligh found she died after being shot in the head.
A bystander found her dead in her car in the middle of White Street Sunday morning.
Police haven't made any arrests and don't have any suspect descriptions.
(AP) A judge has issued a temporary injunction ordering the husband of the woman accused of trying to kill her three children by driving into the ocean to stay away from some family members.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that a circuit judge issued the injunction Monday against Lutful Ronjon, husband of Ebony Wilkerson of North Charleston, S.C.
In court documents, Wilkerson's sister Jessica Harrell says Ronjon threatened to kill her and her sister if she tried to help the woman escape his abuse.
Records show the injunction against Ronjon is in effect until March 20, when a hearing is scheduled.
The injunction orders Ronjon to stay away from Harrell, her house, her child's school and a residence where the family is staying.
Wilkerson is in jail in Florida on attempted murder and other charges.