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There are plans underway to build a zoo in Charlotte. This week, organizers with Charlotte Zoo say they've taken the necessary steps to purchase 110-acres of land in southwest Charlotte.
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Some describe the coyotes as vicious and responsible for killing cats, dogs and pet rabbits, while others are simply startled by their presence in an urban setting.
Sean Lennon's band The Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger put out their newest album, Midnight Sun , earlier this year and have now made a video for one of its tracks, "Too Deep," which was filmed right here in NYC.
Dilworth is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Charlotte and after this past 4th of July holiday weekend, it's obvious that burglars like it too.
NBC News says British scientists have made a big step toward creating a simple blood test that would predict the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
Judge Jay Hockenbury ordered Griffin to undergo a 90-day evaluation before being sentenced for the robbery.
The man who allegedly shot him has been questioned by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department detectives, investigators said.
After a day of swimming with friends and children on the lake, Ashley Martin of Mount Holly needed to replace a lost pacifier for her newborn son.
This story hasn't gotten much attention outside the Charlotte media, and I think it deserves to be heard.
Woodfield Investments has started construction on a 243-unit apartment complex in uptown Charlotte, across South Graham Street from BB&T Ballpark.
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Company in concert: Yearning for some live classic rock? Then make sure you're free at 7 p.m. Wednesday and get ready to hear "Free Bird" and "Feel Like Makin' Love."
Police in Charlotte are investigating after a woman says a man was running with no shorts on down a Mecklenburg County greenway.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Standards Division has collected fines from stores in Caudwell, Cleveland, Gaston, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Robeson and Rockingham counties for excessive price-scanning errors.
The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Standards Division collected fines from stores in Caldwell, Cleveland, Gaston, Johnston, Mecklenburg, Robeson and Rockingham counties for excessive price-scanning errors.
A group of local fraternities will gather Wednesday night to honor murdered Charlotte teacher, Bianca Tanner.
Novant Health will open its first express medical clinic in the Charlotte market on Wednesday.
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