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A man running from a traffic stop with a backpack was reportedly found to be carrying a large amount of drugs

The Charlotte City Council has extended the retail contract with Paradies Shops LLC, set to expire in 2017, to manage stores inside Charlotte Douglas International Airport terminal through 2022.

Winthrop University has spent more than $30,000 on legal costs related to the ongoing dispute with former President Jamie Comstock Williamson, according to information released recently to The Herald.

Cuban residents eager to talk about Obama’s plans for normalizing relations, according to a Gantt Center leader who is touring the island

Five UPS employees were taken to local hospitals for observation Friday night after getting sick at a UPS hub in north Charlotte, Medic confirmed Saturday.

If North Carolina’s election laws were indeed designed to be “the most restrictive in the country,” maybe the legislature should consider a second draft.

For the past 15 years, Bill Halsey has helped spread holiday cheer with a Christmas display atop the roof of his SUV. The display, which includes lights and music, has been a fixture outside Blackhawk Hardware in Charlotte’s Park Road Shopping Center in recent years.

Time Warner Cable will soon charge its 15 million customers for watching sports as the major cable provider tries compensating for the rising costs of broadcasting local channels and athletic programming.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to a review of the red wolf program that could end a 27-year experiment to restore the rare predators on North Carolina’s coast.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are investigating the death of a male in the 1300 block of N. Tryon Street in northeast Charlotte.

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