N.C. elk hunting approved for mountains

With a growing elk population, North Carolina will join Kentucky and Tennessee in the Southeast with an elk hunting season. Permit -only hunting in the mountains was approved Thursday by the Wildlife Resources Commission.

Monday’s zoning meeting is packed – if snow doesn’t get in the way

Charlotte City Council is set to hear so many rezoning requests this Monday – covering everything from new apartments on Park Road to redeveloping Sharon United Methodist Church in SouthPark to re-purposing a warehouse on the Blue Line – that the meeting will likely be broken up into two parts and continued at a later date.

Why Donald Trump would flop in Europe

To many American journalists covering the 2016 campaign, this presidential election suggests we are in a new, different era. To many European journalists, it suggests they are on a new, different planet.

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A look at key players in Oregon wildlife refuge standoff

The last four armed occupiers of a national wildlife refuge in Oregon surrendered Thursday, ending a tense standoff that began more than a month ago. The armed group seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Jan. 2 and demanded changes to federal land use policies.


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