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2014 NBA playoffs: The Eastern Conference's No. 2 seed Miami Heat (54-28) swept the No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats (43-39) in the regular season, but it wasn't always as easy as that looks. Follow Game 1 through social media updates.

Members of Charlotte’s Holy Trinity Lutheran Church say this Easter’s promise of resurrection will have special significance as they fill a sanctuary that was once half-empty. It happened when St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church closed and many of its members found Holy Trinity as a welcome refuge.

As I run the marathon, one year after Boston bombing, I’ll be thinking of resilient people.

Terri Pope, US Airways' station chief at Charlotte Douglas, oversees the daily details of her company's merger with American Airlines.

Charlotte Bilingual Preschool looking for new, bigger space to teach Latino children English in face of growing demand.

Coal ash is scattered across Charlotte in places where ground needed leveling or gullies needed filling. Duke once sold ash to dispose of its waste – and a liability.

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Cat Warren, NC State professor and author, explains how cadaver dogs are trained to find human remains.

Springsteen and E Street Band alternate power chords and philosophy in an extraordinary concert at Time Warner Cable Arena.

Editorial: Judge’s approval of City Council's private meeting on keeping the Panthers in town guts the state's open meeting laws.

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The Daily Edit 04.20.14

Scott Fowler: Al Jefferson and Kemba Walker are an odd couple. But Jefferson and Walker are the Bobcats’ yin and yang.

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All-Observer boys basketball: Shelby's Gabe DeVoe averaged 34 points and 10 rebounds. Northside Christian's Byron Dinkins is coach of the year.

Who will the Panthers take in the first round of May’s NFL draft? Wouldn’t they like to know?

In an age of hyper-specialization, Duke football coach David Cutcliffe prefers to keep it broad and simple. He’s looking for athletes.

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