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Woman\'s body found under west Charlotte bridge, death investigation underway

Woman's body found under west Charlotte bridge, death investigation underway

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A death investigation is underway in west Charlotte after a woman's body was found under a bridge Wednesday...


ATT crew installing high-speed fiber knocks out power in Cotswold

ATT crew installing high-speed fiber knocks out power in Cotswold

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A line cut by a contractor digging to install part of AT&T’s high-speed fiber optic broadband network l...


Official Catawba Indian medicine man John George dies at 71

Official Catawba Indian medicine man John George dies at 71

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Among the Catawba Indian Nation in York County, one person knew the plants that dated back millenia....


Fraud allegations against Babcock & Wilcox, executives expand in new filing

Fraud allegations against Babcock & Wilcox, executives expand in new filing

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The complaint accuses CEO Jim Ferland and CFO Jenny Apker of repeatedly hiding escalating problems at...


Chief Kerr Putney discusses language barrier and diversity in wake of police shooting

Chief Kerr Putney discusses language barrier and diversity in wake of police shooting

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In Galindo’s case, Putney said he couldn’t respond to whether the dead man knew enough English to und...


Pineville school reopens after two-state invesigation of domestic violence threat

Pineville school reopens after two-state invesigation of domestic violence threat

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Sterling Elementary School in Pineville will reopen Wednesday after being closed because of a domestic...


Democratic Charlotte City Council candidate’s transphobic fliers paid for by anti-LGBTQ group

Democratic Charlotte City Council candidate’s transphobic fliers paid for by anti-LGBTQ group

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The flier, said to be paid for by the NC Values Coalition, says Darrell Bonapart will “protect bathroom p...


NC woman saves a stuck puppy from a cars engine

NC woman saves a stuck puppy from a cars engine

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A woman in North Carolina was walking into a Walgreen’s for makeup Monday, when she heard what sounded l...


A gun is a game-changer. CMPD chief defends officers in deadly shooting.

A gun is a game-changer. CMPD chief defends officers in deadly shooting.

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As criticism of the fatal shooting of Ruben Galindo continued to mount, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police...


Longtime East Meck principal wins CMS principal of the year honors

Longtime East Meck principal wins CMS principal of the year honors

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Rick Parker, an administrator at East Mecklenburg High School for the last 19 years, was named Charlotte-Mecklenburg...


Teen accused of sexually assaulting woman in Plaza Midwood

Teen accused of sexually assaulting woman in Plaza Midwood

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A 17-year-old is accused of sexually assaulting a 34-year-old woman as she watered flowers in her yard...


Crafting the future of community banking in Charlotte

Crafting the future of community banking in Charlotte

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The community-banking space is changing fast. There are several factors at play, including low interest...


Inaugural conference to bring Southeastern fintech community to uptown

Inaugural conference to bring Southeastern fintech community to uptown

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An inaugural conference slated next month in uptown aims to spotlight financial tech startups in Charlotte...


UNC Charlotte event discusses how women can excel in manufacturing

UNC Charlotte event discusses how women can excel in manufacturing

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Earlier in her engineering career, Sandy Bouckley noticed that she wasn’t being invited to dinner and a...


Chief Kerr Putney again defended his officers Tuesday, saying the refusal to put down a gun justified police use of deadly force.

Chief Kerr Putney again defended his officers Tuesday, saying the refusal to put down a gun justified police use of deadly force.

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As criticism of the fatal shooting of Ruben Galindo continued to mount, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police...


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