Now that Google has selected Charlotte for its super fast Internet services, what comes next? Officials from the technology giant and the city said the next step is a detailed design process, followed by a massive, sometimes disruptive construction project.

Veteran Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools administrator Ann Clark was named superintendent Tuesday while the school board searches for a long-term leader – but Clark will not be considered for that job.

Two large trees fell on a home early Tuesday on Linganore Place in Charlotte’s Dilworth neighborhood.

An Obama administration plan for drilling off the Atlantic coast could rekindle an old debate pitting the lure of oil and gas revenues against North Carolina’s environment and its tourist industry.

American Airlines is racking up record profits powered by plummeting fuel prices, but executives at Charlotte’s main carrier said Tuesday that they don’t plan to lower fares as long as demand remains strong.

UnitedHealthcare has notified its brokers that Carolinas HealthCare System “wants to be paid up to 150 percent more than other hospitals in the Charlotte area for providing the same services.”

Chuck Maulden went beyond the medical protocol in treating a man who came to the hospital’s emergency department with huge blisters on his feet.

Mecklenburg County commissioners chairman says county is strong and undertaking initiatives that will lessen burden on government and taxes.

To draw customers and make money, Dave Daniel juggles two separate ventures – a car-servicing business and a construction company.

You don’t need much to watch the Super Bowl. Just a place to watch the game, a team to cheer for, and game-day food.

~ The Daily Edit 01.2815

Patriots receiver Brandon LaFell had hoped to play in a Super Bowl with the Panthers. Instead, he was part of an offseason purge in 2014.

NASCAR driver Kurt Busch is talking, but not about what everyone wants to know: Where does the situation with his former girlfriend, whom he called a “trained assassin,” stand?

The circumstances are suddenly working in Noah Vonleh’s favor. Injuries to Bismack Biyombo and Marvin Williams mean the Hornets are short-handed in their big-man rotation.

North Meck, No. 3 in the Sweet 16, outscored No. 4 West Charlotte 17-8 in the fourth quarter to stun the Lions 64-60 on their home floor.

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