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Duke Energy announced a shift in senior management duties Thursday involving its regulated utilities, customer service and grid issues.
“Complete Carolina,” will provide financial and advising support to former athletes to help them finish their UNC-Chapel Hill degrees.
The chemical spill was reported in the 600 block of North Hoskins Road. That is off Brookshire Boulevard, just north of Interstate 85.

Some 10 accused killers will be in court Thursday, including Billy Neal, 21, accused of causing fatal a crash in 2013 despite multiple arrests on drug charges and driving with a revoked license.

The Stanly County Sheriff’s Office said Brett Adam Rupp, 20, was charged with breaking and entering; larceny after breaking and entering; and obtaining property by false pretenses.

The fire was reported about 8:25 p.m. at Lopez Body Shop, in the 100 block of Atando Avenue. That is near the intersection of North Tryon Street.

The big news this Thursday morning for motorists is the opening of the new “flyover” bridge from Johnston Road to the inner loop of Interstate 485 in southern Mecklenburg County.

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