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Filip Zembowicz, 9, lights Stefania Przystanski’s candle while Alan Burns looks on during a candlelight vigil at Trade and Tryon Streets on Tuesday in honor of Earth Day. The vigil was hosted by the Global Climate Convergence, which seeks to raise awareness of environmental, economic and political issues. Observer staff reports

A wreck on Idlewild Road in Matthews sent two people to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.

A Lincoln County businessman accused of being at the center of a multimillion-dollar retail theft ring collapsed in federal court Tuesday as his conviction was being read.

Prosecutors contend that a man serving a life sentence offered his co-conspirators $10,000 each to help him carry out two bizarre interstate plots.

A blistering report on the management of the state’s $87 billion pension fund commissioned by the State Employees Association of North Carolina reinforces and significantly expands the group’s long-standing criticisms of state Treasurer Janet Cowell.

Charlotte-based Plexus Capital said Tuesday that it has bought a majority stake in a North Carolina candy company, with plans to expand its production.

Charlotte auto company executives attribute 9 percent fall in earnings to winter storms.

Ballantyne-based Carlisle Cos. on Tuesday reported lower profit in the first quarter compared with the same period last year, as it recorded higher income tax expenses and was hurt by harsh winter weather in the U.S.

Heart of a Champion Day will take place May 31, offering student-athletes a chance to receive a free sports screening, including an electrocardiogram through Carolinas HealthCare and CMS.

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