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How to get rid of unused or expired medications on National Prescription Drug Return Day

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How to get rid of unused or expired medications on National Prescription Drug Return Day

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Updated: 8:23 PM EDT October 21, 2019

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WXII ANNOUNCES 12 NEWS AT 6:00 START NOW. KENNY: POLICE ROPE OF A NEIGHBORHOOD WITH CRIME SCENE TAPE AND STILL: THE SWAT TEAM. WHAT THE NEIGHBORS SAY THAT THEY HAVE A MOMENT BEFORE THE OFFICIALS RESPONDED. TALITHA: AN AIRPLANE DEPLOYS IN A PARK OF THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. THE NEW DETAILS WE ARE LEARNING ABOUT THE ONBOARD PEOPLE. AND WE ARE FAR AWAY FROM THE GREATER HOUSING ON THE EARTH. THE NEW PLACE WHERE YOU CAN BUY T-SHIRTS, HATS AND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SPORTS TALITHA AGGIE PRID: A TORNADO ARA THROUGH PART OF DALLAS LEAVING A ROAD OF DESTRUCTION NEAR 20 MILES THIS NIGHT, MANY CALLES ARE ALL ABOUT ALL KENNY: THIS AIR VIDEO SHOWS THE ROTATED CEILINGS OF THE HOME AND THE COMPANIES. INCREDIBLY, THE MAYOR SAYS HE HAS NOT BEEN ANY DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY CAUSED BY THE STORM. TALITH OUR RISK FOR SEVERE TIME IS NOT HIGH NOW. KENNY: BUT DAVE WE COULD SEE STRONG THUNDERSTORMS IN THE NEXT 24 HOURS OR SO. Dave, you're right. THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR THAT. BUT I CAN TELL YOU THIS. IT'S A PRETTY PRETTY LATE NOW. THE TEMPERATURES ARE COMFORTABLE AND HEAT THERE. OVER 60S ONLY EVERYWHERE. THEY SAVED THEIR TEMPERATURES IN THE 50S FOR A GOOD PART OF THE DAY TODAY. THE CLOUDS WILL BE THICKED TOWARD THE WEST. As we go through the night and during the night, the clouds will come with a little more VIGOR. THE FRONT FRONT BEHIND THAT AND WE WILL MOVE UNTIL THE MORNING DAY TO GIVE US THE OPPORTUNITY OF STRONG THUNDERSTORMS. HOPEFULLY WILL BE ONLY SOME SHOWERS. THE STORM PROTECTION CENTER HAS US IN THIS MARGINAL RISK AREA. IT COULD BE AS EARLY AS LATE IN THE MORNING AND EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON. THE BEST OPPORTUNITY FOR ANY SERIOUS CLIMATE IS TO RETURN TO THE SOUTH AND EAST. AND WEDNESDAY AND DRY AND PARKING THURSDAY ARRIVE IN A LITTLE. TALITH WE HAVE SET A TIME STORY TO THE MAIN PAGE OF THE WXII 12 NEWS MOBILE APPLICATION. YOU CAN SEE THE LAST FORECAST AND SEE THE VIDEO UPDATES OF OUR TIME TEAM, FOLLOWING OUR RISK FOR THE STRONG AND SERIOUS TIME NOW, WE ARE WAITING TO LEARN WHY THE OFFICIALS ARMED A WINSTON-SALEM NEIGHBORHOOD. KENNY: BLOCKED PART OF THE TRENT STREET. TALITH TRISTAN GUTIERREZ HAS BEEN ON THE SCENE ALL AFTERNOON. HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO TALK TO THE RESEARCHERS? KIRSTE HAS BEEN HOURS SINCE THEY TOLD US THAT WE WILL DISCOVER WHAT EXACTLY HAPPENED. Right after there was a large police presence. THIS IS AROUND 2:15 P.M. AND THE POLICE WAS CONFIGURING THE CRIME SCENE TAPE. They are not telling us much, but they said there was a press release along the way. WE KEEP YOU UPDATED. TALITHA: WINSTON-SALEM DETECTIVES HAVE BEEN OCCUPIED THE LAST 24 HOURS. They are also investigating a shooting, and a dead family of SUSPICIOUS MEMBERS FOUND ERICK EATON DEAD IN HIS HOME IN THE AVENUE CAMERON DEL NORTE AYER. DETECTIVES SAY ONLY CERTAIN SUSPECTIVE. THEY ARE WAITING FOR THE RESULTS OF THE MOTORWAY. SOMEONE ALSO SHOOTED A MAN IN RUPERT BELL PARK, AT THE PLACE OF MOUNT SION. OFFICIALS DO NOT HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT AN ANSWER TO A 15-YEAR-OLD STUDENT IS ACCUSED TO BRING A GUN TO A WINSTON-SALEM HIGH SCHOOL. FORSYTH COUNTY DEPUTIES SAY THAT THEY GOT THE GUN IN THE STUDENT'S BACKPACK AT PARKLAND HIGH SCHOOL. NOBODY WAS INJURED, AND THE STUDENT NEVER SHOWN THE GUN. THE RESEARCHERS ARE PLANNING TO CHARGE THE STUDENT. KENN HAPPENING NOW, THE CREWS ARE WORKING TO CLEAN THE WASTE OF AN AIRPLANE THAT TRAILED IN A STATE PARK IN RALEIGH. The pilot and a passenger died. The crews spent the whole night searching for UMSTEAD State Park for the small plane. Investigators say the plane approached the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, and then got off the radar. THE CREWS FOUND THE AIRPLANE THIS MORNING. THE STATE TROPEATORS SAY THAT THE RESTRICTOR WAS DIFFICULT DUE TO THE RESISTANT LAND. THE RESEARCHERS SAY DR. HARVEY PATRIDGE AND HIS WIFE, PATRICI BOTH OF FLORIDA. WRAL, THE NBC STATION IN RALEIGH, TALKED WITH FAMILIES AND FRIENDS. They say DR. PARTRIDGE WAS A VETERINARY, AND AN EXPERIENCED PILOT WHO ACHIEVED THOUSAND HOURS IN THE AIR, THE NTSB WILL LEAD THE INVESTIGATION, TOGETHER WITH THE NORTH CAROLINA PATROL AND STATE PARK OFFICIALS. WXII SHARED LIVE UPDATES ON THE PLANE PLANE TODAY ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE. MAKE SURE YOU LIKE THE FACEBOOK WXII 12 NE PAGE TO GET NOTIFICATION AT ANY TIME THAT WE GO TO LIFE THE GREAT FAIR OF TALITH WINSTON-SALEM COULD HAVE A NEW NAME FOR THE MOMENT THAT THE NIGHT EXCEEDS IT LESS THAN THE CITY WILL VOTE IN A RESOLUTION TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE CLASSICAL FAIR OF DIXIE TO THE CLASSICAL FAIR OF CAROLINA. A committee approved that name last week. THE VOTES OF THE MAJORITY KNOW, THE COUNCIL A MOTION TO VOTE IN THE CLASSICAL FAIR OF PIEDMONT. COUNSELOR ROBERT CLARK SAYS THAT HE EXPECTS THAT ONE OF THE NAME WILL BE QUICKLY SELECTED. THE CITY COUNCIL MEETING BEGINS AT 7:00. KENN, THE PRESIDENT, lashed out against the accusation efforts in Congress. THE PROCEDURES TO CONTINUE IN CAPITOL HILL. THE PRESIDENT SAYS NEIL THE REASON THAT DEMOCRATS WANT TO CHARGE YOU, IS THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN WIN THE NEXT YEAR CHOICE. But the polls show the president losing against the main democratic opponents. START IN LESS THAN 30 MINUTES AT 6:30 P.M. TALITHA: A LAST MINUTE AGREEMENT IN A DEMAND AGAINST FOUR DRUG COMPANIES CHARGED OF OPIOID CRISIS. THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN THE FIRST FEDERAL TEST ON THE CRISI BEFORE OPENING THE DECLARATIONS, THE COMPANIES AGREE TO AN AGREEMENT WITH TWO COUNTY OF OHI THAT IS VALUE MORE THAN 26 MILLION DOLLARS. THIS AGREEMENT DOES NOT DIRECTLY IMPACT THE MORE THAN 2500 DEMANDS WORKING THROUGH THE NATIONAL COURTS, BUT THE GENERAL LAWYERS IN OTHER STATES, INCLUDING NORTH CAROLI SAY THAT THEY PLAN FORWARD WITH THEIR OWN SUIT. IN A JOINT DECLARATION, THE ATTORNEY GENERAL SAYS THIS AS AN IMPORTANT STEP TO COMBAT OPIOID EPIDEMICS. THIS SATURDAY IS THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT WITH A NATIONAL RECIPE RECOVERING AND FOR THE FIRST TIME THE MEDICINAL PRODUCT, THE APPLICATION AGENCY ACCEPTS VAPOR DEVICES THE AGENCY SAYS THAT IT IS TO COMBAT WHAT IT CALLS AN EMERGING PUBLIC HEALTH THREAT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE ASSOCIATION UNSAFE DRUGS FOR THE KENNY LOCATION: A YEAR OF 19 YEARS IS IN CHARGE OF MURDERING A MAN, FOUND DEAD IN AN OFFICIAL OF GREENSBORO ROAD DETAINED TO YASEEN BARRE. THE RESEARCHERS SAY THAT HE SHOOTED AND KILLED DOUGLAS IN THE STREET GILLESPIE THE LAST WEEK. BARRE IS ALSO LOADED WITH THEFT WITH A DANGEROUS WEAPON. IN AN EXCLUSIVE NEWS WXII 12, A GREENSBORO WOMAN SAYS HE WILL HEAL FROM A VIOLENT AND WILD GAS STATION FIGH LATIKA TUCKER IS ONE OF THE THREE VICTIMS THAT SURVIVED RUNNING BY A SUV THAT IS IN THE HOSPITAL, WITH CUTS IN HIS FACE. ZANELLE TUCKER IS LATIKA'S PREMIUM. ZANELLE passed away AFTER THE ATTACK. GREENSBORO DETECTIVES SAY THAT THIS ARGUMENT BEGAN IN THE PARKING FOR A SMALL ACCIDENT AFTER THE RESEARCH FIGHTERS SAY THAT A WOMAN RUNNING FOR SEVERAL PERSONS TWICE. LATIKA SAYS THAT HE REMEMBER BY HELPING ZANELLE BEFORE THE SUV HELLO SAYS THE FOLLOWING THINGS HE REMEMBER IS IN THE HOSPITAL, AND LEARNING THAT HIS PREMIUM WAS DEAD. LATIKA TALKED TO US FOR FACETIME, SINCE HIS HOSPITAL ROOM >> I REMEMBER TO LOOK FOR IT AND I LIKE IT WELL, IT WILL BE ENDED AND IT WILL BE BY MY SIDE, THAT WHEN I HAD TO TAKE THE TEARS BECAUSE HE TOLD ME I WAS GOING. . TWO WOMEN ARE LOADED WITH MURDER IN THIS CASE. THE POLICE SAYS THAT THE DRIVER, MERANDA WATLINGTON, smelled like alcohol and rejected the field sobriety tests. TALITHA: NIGHT, THE TROOPERS ARE STILL INVESTIGATING THE CAUSE OF TWO WINSTON-SALEM TRACTOR TOWING ACCIDENTS. THEY PASSED WITHIN EIGHT HOURS FROM ONE TO ANOTHER. One of the accidents was fatal. THE TROOPERS SAY THAT LEON BAKER WAS DRIVING A TRAILER TRUCK ON I-40 NEAR EAST CLEMMONSVILLE ROAD WHEN HE LEFT FROM THE ROA SAY THE TRUCK WAS FOUND ON THE EDGE OF A BRIDGE BEFORE LOWERING THROUGH THE BANK AND FLYING. The baker died at the scene. WE DON'T STILL KNOW WHAT CAUSED THIS ACCIDENT ON HIGHWAY 52, NEAR THE UNIVERSITY PARKWAY, THIS VIDEO OF THE TRAFFIC CHAMBER SHOWS PART OF THE CLEANING. We will bring you details about what happened, as soon as we discover. KENNY: LOOKING FORWARD, THE BOEING TES CEO IS EXPECTED

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Updated: 8:23 PM EDT October 21, 2019

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(Video: a look at other headlines of the night of WXII 12 News) A common problem in many cases of prescription drug abuse is that drugs not used in a medicine cabinet can reach the hands of the wrong people. Saturday is National Prescription Drug Recovery Day, with events around the Triad, it will provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of eliminating unused or expired medications, while educating the general public about the potential for abuse. of medications. For the first time, the Drug Control Administration includes vaping devices in its return program. The DEA reports that during the last day of return in April they collected 468 tons of unused or expired medicines. This brings the total amount of drugs collected by the DEA since the fall of 2010 to 11,816,393 pounds. Download locations throughout the Triad include: 10 a.m. at 1 p.m. Thursday at the entrance of employees of Moses Cone Hospital, next to the emergency department from 9 a.m. at 1 p.m. Saturday at Deep River Drug, 2401-B Hickswood Road, High Point, NC 272659 a.m. at 1 p.m. Saturday at Summerfield Fire District, 7400 Summerfield Road, Summerfield, NC 27358 You can find a complete list of delivery locations by clicking here.

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. –

(Video: A look at other headlines of the night of WXII 12 News)

A common problem in many cases of prescription drug abuse is that drugs not used in a medicine cabinet can reach the hands of the wrong people.

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Saturday is National Prescription Drug Recovery Day, with events around the Triad that will provide a safe, convenient and responsible means of getting rid of unused or expired medications, while educating the general public about the potential of medication abuse. For the first time, the Drug Control Administration includes vaping devices in its return program.

The DEA reports that during the last day of return in April they collected 468 tons of unused or expired medicines. This brings the total amount of drugs collected by the DEA since the fall of 2010 to 11,816,393 pounds.

Delivery locations in the Triad include:

10 a.m. at 1 p.m. Thursday at the entrance of employees of Moses Cone Hospital, next to the Emergency Department

9 a.m. at 1 p.m. Saturday at Deep River Drug, 2401-B Hickswood Road, High Point, NC 27265

9 a.m. at 1 p.m. Saturday at Summerfield Fire District, 7400 Summerfield Road, Summerfield, NC 27358

You can find a complete list of delivery locations by clicking here.

Source: https://www.wxii12.com/article/how-to-get-rid-of-unused-or-expired-drugs-on-national-prescription-drug-take-back-day/29541799

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