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What happened in Charlotte news this week, February 12-16? Let's recap: Fallen PTL Jim Bakker is back, a new potential owner for the Carolina Panthers... [Read More]
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A student helicopter pilot and instructor say they crash-landed near Charleston when a drone flew into their airspace. If confirmed, the incident would be the... [Read More]
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Mecklenburg County Sheriff Irwin Carmichael's re-election campaign planned to raffle off assault-style rifles and other guns Saturday, but he has canceled the event after the... [Read More]
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A student helicopter pilot and instructor say they crash-landed near Charleston when a drone flew into their airspace. If confirmed, the incident would be the... [Read More]
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Sheriff Carmichael's campaign planned to raffle off guns Saturday, but social media posts were apparently deleted after school shootings in Florida. [Read More]
The U.S. Forest Service closed nine N.C. rock-climbing areas last month so endangered peregrine falcons can breed. [Read More]
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The Carolina Raptor Center's EagleCam is again live-streaming a nesting bald eagle. [Read More]
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The 1870 Cape Hatteras Lighthouse has gone dark for a month because of electrical problems. [Read More]
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No criminal charges will be filed against a NC Highway Patrol trooper who intentionally collided with a fleeing vehicle, killing two passengers. The Patrol has... [Read More]
Many of the stately oaks planted along the streets in Myers Park, Dilworth and Elizabeth are reaching the end of their lives. [Read More]
An Asheville-area man pleaded guilty Friday to stabbing his 6-year-old daughter to death on the Blue Ridge Parkway. [Read More]
State environmental regulators fined the owner of an eastern North Carolina hog farm for illegally draining nearly 1 million gallons of wastewater. [Read More]
North Carolina National Guard to dedicate its Belmont Readiness Center for a UNCC grad who was killed in Iraq. [Read More]
The coyote that threatened a Huntersville family over the weekend was confirmed to be rabid, the Animal Care & Control Division said Tuesday. [Read More]
A bird that's rare in these parts, a snowy owl, will fly today - by plane - from Huntersville's Carolina Raptor Center to Vermont for... [Read More]
A snowy owl that had been treated at the Carolina Raptor Center will be flown to Vermont for release. [Read More]
What would it take to get you on a dance floor, just you and a partner under the spotlight, in front of nearly 1,200 people? [Read More]
Results of studies in Huntersville of an unusual number of rare eye cancer cases are expected by late spring or early summer, state Sen. Jeff... [Read More]
Dozens of customers may have lost money to a Monroe company, apparently now out of business, that failed to deliver the cemetery monuments they had... [Read More]
Condom Couture will feature designs made of condoms to promote safe sex and raise money for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. [Read More]
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