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People renewing health insurance bought on the Affordable Care Act exchange are seeing higher rate increases in Charlotte and North Carolina than most places across the country, a flurry of national analyses show.

A new letter from the commission that accredits UNC-Chapel Hill cites 18 standards, such as academic integrity and control of athletics, that need further examination.

A complaint has been filed with state elections officials against Mecklenburg County commissioners Chair Trevor Fuller, accusing him of filing incomplete, misleading, and sometimes late and inaccurate reporting of his campaign finances that go back to 2012.

The legal battle between two Charlotte coffeehouses is heating up after the owner of a new coffee shop claimed in court documents that a longtime coffee purveyor harassed his employees and committed deceptive business practices.





The ticket counters are now next to each other at Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the latest step in the integration of the merged airlines.

Your guide to fun things to do in Charlotte tonight. Follow Tonya Jameson's live updates.

Charlotte-based Loaves & Fishes kicked off its busiest season Wednesday with the deliveries of 600 Thanksgiving turkeys to Mecklenburg County’s neediest families.

Tom Clark’s painting of St. Nektarios is the latest in a seven-year effort to decorate the church interior. In 2007, Clark painted a huge portrait of Christ on the dome.

The Daily Edit 11.22.14

Defensive backs Roman Harper and Josh Norman were fined for the Panthers.

Adrian Petersen has appealed his suspension for the rest of the season. Harold Henderson will preside over the proceedings Dec. 2.

The 49ers baseball program is on hold amid an investigation into hazing. Several players have been suspended.

Kevin Harvick’s championship brought an uplifting end to a tumultuous season for Stewart-Haas Racing co-owner/driver Tony Stewart.

Toppman: The third 'Hunger Games' installment takes the series in a different direction but upholds its quality. Grade: B

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