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A missionary from Charlotte and a Texas doctor working for Boone-based Samaritan’s Purse are among the first Americans who have been infected with the deadly Ebola virus while working to combat the outbreak in Liberia.

As Israel and Hamas argued over proposals for a lull in the fighting in Gaza on Sunday, hundreds of people rallied across Charlotte to show support for the two sides.

Police say a 10-week summer initiative to bring down violent crime across Charlotte-Mecklenburg is beginning to show results. Across the city, police have seen 21 percent fewer gun crimes in 2014 than in 2013, according to police statistics. In one large swath of southeast Charlotte, violent crime is down 15 percent during the first six weeks of the initiative, said Lt. Ryan Jackson, who heads the effort there.

A Joe Gibbs Racing plane collided with a parked plane from Stewart-Haas Racing at Concord Regional Airport on Sunday night as the NASCAR teams were returning to the Charlotte area after Sunday’s Crown Royal 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, according to the Haas team.

State troopers arrested a Gaston County woman Saturday after her car, with two children in back, crashed down an embankment and came to rest partially in the South Fork Catawba River.

A Rock Hill woman is dead after authorities say she drowned in a private pool Saturday evening.

Raeann Belcher lives in Lancaster, S.C., close to the state line.

A retired New York corrections officer is accused of killing a man at the Orangeburg nightclub he owned.

A North Carolina city has set aside $150,000 that could be used to buy hundreds of acres for a public shooting park.

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