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Following news that the first Ebola case was diagnosed in the United States this week, Charlotte hospital officials are reassuring the public that they’re prepared in the event that an infected patient should arrive in the area.

The Securities and Exchange Commission this week brought an administrative proceeding against a Charlotte accountant over what the agency called the fraudulent sale of investments in land conservation easements designed to create tax deductions.

Dozens of breast cancer survivors joined track officials in applying pink paint to the pit wall on the home stretch of the speedway.

Lancaster authorities say they have arrested the man suspected of stabbing another man to death on Saturday night in a stranger's backyard on High Lane. Carmen Martinez Mendez, 49, turned himself in on Tuesday and admitted to stabbing Cesar Solis-Vasquez, according to a news release from Lancaster Police sent Wednesday afternoon.

Novant Health announced Wednesday it plans to turn over operation of Gaffney Medical Center to Community Health Systems of Franklin, Tenn.

A woman was assaulted in a car driving on Interstate 77 Wednesday afternoon near Fort Mill, according to a York County Sheriff's Office official.

American Airlines has finished converting its US Airways Clubs in Charlotte Douglas International Airport to Admirals Clubs, with new signage installed this week at the airport.

A $125-million movie studio project once proposed for Eastland Mall in Charlotte may be coming to York County.

Charlotte manufacturer Carlisle Cos. said Wednesday it had acquired a Singapore-based company that provides components to the medical equipment industry.

Police said Christopher “CJ” Jones, 22, is known to frequent the West Boulevard area.

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