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WSOC Charlotte

CHEERS: Charlotte City Council approves 'brunch bill'
WSOC Charlotte
Al Austin left the council last month to take a job with the North Carolina Department of Transportation. City Council also signed off on a major construction project Monday night. Council members approved $18.5 million for The Link that will connect ...
Charlotte Council To Consider Sunday Morning Alcohol Sales, Carolina Theatre Renovation FundingWFAE

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Charlotte Observer

NC couple catch whopper fishing in Neuse River – a 10-foot, very dead gator
Charlotte Observer
Lauren Weichinger and her fiancé, Kyle Radford, found the alligator in the Neuse River in the New Bern area on Saturday, reported TV station WCTI. That's in Craven County, about four and a half hours east of Charlotte. Weichinger told CBS North ...

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Charlotte Observer

Brazilians funneled as "slaves" by US church, ex-members say
Charlotte Observer
Weiss reported from Spindale and Charlotte, North Carolina; Mohr from Marlborough, Massachusetts, and Jackson, Mississippi; Prengaman from Sao Joaquim de Bicas and Franco da Rocha, Brazil. AP writer Tamara Lush contributed from Tampa, Florida.
'They kept us as slaves': AP reveals claims against North Carolina churchPeoria Journal Star
Ex-members: Brazilians funneled as 'slaves' by NC churchSumter Item
Report: North Carolina Church Importing Human Slaves From BrazilPatheos (blog)
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Charlotte joins the brunch crowd, approves early Sunday alcohol sales
Charlotte Observer
Huntersville was among the first cities in North Carolina to allow Sunday morning alcohol sales after the North Carolina legislature passed the “brunch bill” last month. Charlotte City Council on Monday unanimously approved the expansion of alcohol ...


Police: North Carolina man shot before his car crashed | Charlotte ...
Charlotte Observer
A man has died after he was shot and his car crashed.

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Charlotte Observer

Hopeful North Carolina girl uses eclipse as inspiration
Charlotte Observer
The upcoming solar eclipse comes with big dreams for a bright future for a Swansboro girl working to launch her music career. On Aug. 21, the Great American Eclipse will mark the first time a total solar eclipse has gone from one American coast to the ...

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WLOS

Local business, visitors impacted by NC forest manhunt
Charlotte Observer
The search for an armed suspect believed to be in a national forest in North Carolina is keeping visitors away and causing businesses in the area to lose customers during their most lucrative time of year. The Asheville Citizen-Times reports ...
North Carolina: Search on for armed man in national forestWBTV

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WSOC Charlotte

50 firefighters battle 2-alarm fire at multimillion-dollar SouthPark home
WSOC Charlotte
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More than 50 firefighters were busy early Tuesday morning battling an intense two-alarm fire at a multimillion-dollar home in a gated SouthPark neighborhood. Dozens of emergency crews were called to the home on Old Dairy Lane, near ...

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Chief investment officer for North Carolina pension resigns
Charlotte Observer
The News & Observer of Raleigh reports Kevin SigRist submitted his resignation on Friday. State Treasurer Dale Folwell said in a prepared statement that he's confident the department will continue to provide stable management for the pension fund.

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The Progressive Pulse

Cooper says he's acting on chemical in North Carolina river
Charlotte Observer
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday he's directing state criminal investigators to see if a chemical plant violated any permits by discharging a little-studied chemical into a river that hundreds of thousands of people use for drinking water ...
Cooper says he's acting on chemical in N. Carolina riverWBTV

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