The 2014 season brought the Charlotte Knights back to uptown Charlotte with the skyline a perfect backdrop. The team's inaugural season at BB&T BallPark featured 31 sellouts in 71 games, welcoming 687,715 fans through the gates, leading all of Minor League Baseball.

Another American missionary has contracted the often-deadly Ebola virus in Liberia, according to SIM USA, the Charlotte-based charity that sponsors the doctor’s work in Liberia.

The suspected leader of Charlotte’s arm of an international drug ring, which brought more than 3,100 pounds of marijuana to the city on a single day, was sent to prison Tuesday for more than 20 years.

Dollar General has offered to raise its bid for Family Dollar to $9.1 billion in a renewed effort to win over its Matthews-based competitor from a rival $8.5 billion deal with Dollar Tree.

Duke Energy and Piedmont Natural Gas have picked Richmond-based Dominion to build and operate a 550-mile natural gas pipeline from West Virginia into eastern North Carolina.

Kellogg Co. will begin laying off employees at its bakery east of uptown in November.

An Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group.

Employers treat many laborers as independent contractors -- a tactic that costs taxpayers billions of dollars each year.

Charlotte’s Chiquita Brands is stepping up efforts to persuade shareholders to reject a buyout offer from two Brazilian companies .

You can still find Pete Politis, 83, meeting and greeting customers at Skyland Restaurant, one of 10 Charlotte eateries he founded.

The United Way kicks off 2014 campaign.
~Daily Edit 9.2.2014

The Panthers signed wideout Stephen Hill to their practice squad Tuesday, a day after they worked out the former second-round pick.

Des Lawrence, Donnie Miles, M.J. Stewart and Brian Walker have been back with the North Carolina football team since Saturday night.

The great rookie WR avalanche of 2014 is coming. It is the largest high-end WR rookie class in the history of the NFL.

Both Kasey Kahne and his crew chief, Kenny Francis, hope Sunday night’s win presses a restart button of sorts on their season.

If you think fried chicken is purely Southern, think again. The crispy goodness of this great finger food extends well beyond any single region.

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