Tom Sorensen: Most of us are not like the Miami Heat’s LeBron James. ... Most of us are more like Charlotte Bobcats’ guard-forward Chris Douglas-Roberts. At least, we’d like to be.

About 200 runners from the Charlotte area will be participating in this year’s Boston Marathon. Among the spectators will be Charlotte’s Nicole Gross, who was injured in last year’s bombing.

Gastonia police are looking for the drivers of two vehicles that struck and seriously injured a pedestrian Friday evening.

Almost six years after the enactment of a federal law designed to reduce fraud in the mortgage industry, some question whether the law goes far enough to keep those accused of fraud out of the industry.

The stranger who moved in across the street from Nathaniel Cunningham in Waterloo, Iowa, last summer seemed like the perfect neighbor. On Monday, shortly after police cars pulled up to the house across the street, Cunningham learned authorities believed the man was a convicted felon who’d escape from a North Carolina prison and been on the run for 40 years.

Leaders of four area charter schools say they wont provide the same salary information that other public schools do, even though state education officials say the law requires it.

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Walker Harnden, a student at UNC School of the Arts, recently whistled the highest note anyone is known to have ever whistled.

New Beginnings Church treated the community to free gas on Good Friday as part of the congregation's annual Easter celebration.

Your media consoles, cables, controllers and remotes don’t have to be an eyesore. Storage is available in all shapes and sizes.

~ The Daily Edit, 04.19.14

Keyshawn Woods is the All-Mecklenburg boys basketball player of the year. The girls top honor is split between Myers Park's Rydeiah Rogers and Providence Days Jatarie White.

The rain that postponed the game held off just long enough for the Knights to make it though their tribute to the Crockett family and the Charlotte Os.

Blame it on a four-point month of November. Blame it on losing Justin Peters to the NHL early in ...

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“Bears” is gorgeous, intimate and beautifully photographed. And it’s cute and kid-friendly, with just enough jokes to balance the drama from the wild. Grade: B

Story of alien who wants to become human (or so I concluded) sticks in the memory. Grade: B+

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