firefighter and his family are without a home- after he responded to a fire at his own hendersonville today. valley hill fire and rescue says dwight hill has been a firefighter for over 30-years. his father and brothers have also served the community.if you would like to help out- the hill family--a bank account has been set-up for donations. be sure to check out fox-carolina-dot-com to see how you can help. 3 happening now 3 local law enforcement are reviewing use of force policies when it comes to tasers...after a federal appeals court placed new restrictions on when and how they use them.the decision comes after several taser- related deaths both in our area and in the southeast. 3 today- we talked to a local police chief and the mother of a greenville man tased more than a year ago. 3 fox carolina's andrew reeser has more on the story. 3 tasers are often used by law enforcement to de-escalate tense situations...however new federal restrictions from the 4th circuit court...ruled tasers...except in situations of quote 'immediate danger that could be mitigated by using the taser."the
which ended at approximately 30 minutes later at the corner of old airport road and hendersonville road. the two were taken into custody after a foot chase.no word on precisely what charges the teens are facing. 3 they're a popular way to get around...and for those without a drivers license..they're an affordable solution.but now mopeds are the subject of a big debate at the state house...and one upstate moped seller says new out of business. 3 bill 34-40...also known as the 'moped bill' is now in hands of the senate transportation committee.fox carolina's andrew reeser has more on the potential changes. 3 if this bill passes as is... which lawmakers say is unlikely...all moped riders would have to register their vehicle...get insurance...and get a license to drive it. nat phone ringingfor easley business owner lewis young... "upstate scooter"scooters and mopeds are his livelihood. 20:05:03"i've done well. i sell probably 50 to 75 a year." at between 785 and 895 dollars a pop...nat cranking...these vehicles provide reliable transportation for many people...who don't have a license.
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