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NCDOT Division 10 public meeting on road improvement funding, including Steele Creek projects, is 4-7 p.m. July 15 at the Metrolina Regional Transportation Management Center, 2327 Tipton Drive, Charlotte.
In June, the John Locke Foundation released the fiscal year 2012 edition of By The Numbers, JLF's annual report on the cost of local government.
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.
Governor Pat McCrory said in a statement late Thursday afternoon that he would veto any budget that would cut teacher assistants or throw "blind, elderly, disabled and those with Alzheimer's disease" off Medicaid.
The North Carolina woman who was the target of a land and water search over the weekend is now being held on $500,000 bond in a Mecklenbug County, N.C. jail.
Former Mayor Patrick Cannon's campaign finance reports show that he has long drawn financial support from the hospitality industry, including hotel owners and taxi cab companies.
Jennifer Blue, managing attorney for the Safe and Humane Jails Project, an effort to improve conditions for North Carolina inmates Many N.C. jails appear to be running afoul of a federal law aimed at protecting young offenders from adults.
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.
Dozens of people outside the Mecklenburg County jail Wednesday night demanded a North Carolina pastor be released.
A North Carolina-based, company-owned Papa John's location has been identified as the original source of a hepatitis A outbreak that happened in late March/early April.
The concern over coyotes is growing across the Charlotte area. As Channel 9 first reported Monday, a coyote killed a cat in the Selwyn Farms neighborhood.
Police in Charlotte are investigating after a woman says a man was running with no shorts on down a Mecklenburg County greenway.
Police in North Myrtle Beach say a Gastonia woman and her husband lied about her drowning and filed a false police report so she wouldn't have to appear in a NC court.
Federal Transit Administration Region IV Administrator Yvette Taylor, city of Charlotte Mayor Daniel Clodfelter, Mecklenburg County Commission and Metropolitan Transit Commission Chairman Trevor Fuller and Charlotte Area Transit System CEO Carolyn Flowers will commemorate the beginning of the Lynx Blue Line Station capacity expansion project on ... (more)
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 11:08 am
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