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A local high school is hurt and disappointed after a thief stole more than a thousand dollars from volunteers raising money for the school at Bank of America Stadium.

The shots were heard Monday morning and are believed to have come from a handgun, police say. The vehicle in question is a gray or gold color with only one functioning head light.

The switch flipped from “summer” to “autumn” across the Carolinas on the first full day of fall Tuesday, with cooler temperatures to match.

Laura Yost, a Panther Creek High School student injured when a dump truck crashed into an SUV in which she was riding to school last week, has died, the Wake County Public School System said Tuesday.

Roger Carcamo was arrested Monday morning as the suspect in a 2008 criminal sexual conduct with a minor. Rock Hill Police say he had more than 30 incidents of sexual conduct with a 5-year-old at a East Main Street address.

Tougher Treasury Department rules meant to deter companies from moving offshore for lower taxes aren’t likely to derail Charlotte-based Chiquita’s plans to move its headquarters to Ireland, a tax expert said.

An FBI agent will join an attorney and forensic-accounting expert on Thursday to advise Charlotte nonprofits how they can avoid losing revenues to fraud.

A family escaped safely but lost its four pets in a Monday afternoon fire that destroyed a home in York County, authorities say.

Time pressures, trade-offs to save money, and the burden of pleasing others make it difficult for mothers to enact the idealized vision of home-cooked meals advocated by foodies and public health officials.

The South Carolina State Fair is adding security cameras and more weekend-duty officers to patrol this year’s event, which runs Oct. 8-19.

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