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Former Charlotte real estate lawyer Victoria Sprouse, convicted in 2009 in one of the largest mortgage fraud cases in Mecklenburg’s history, was sentenced on Tuesday to more than six years in prison.

A freeze that could damage some crops in the area is possible Wednesday morning.

After a year-and-a-half of debate, The N.C. Mining and Energy Commission will complete its technical work this week. The commission’s next step is submitting 100-plus safety rules for public hearings and legislative review.

Metrolina Greenhouses plans to close a facility in Pendleton, S.C., and lay off the 57 people who work there, the company said in a notice to South Carolina officials.

A Charlotte man who served as controller and then chief financial officer of a Mint Hill heating and air conditioning company has admitted to stealing about $4 million from his employer, according to federal prosecutors. Investigators accused Nathan Thomas Mroz, 39, of using the money to build a lavish lifestyle that included buying a home for his children’s nanny.

AV Homes on Tuesday said it plans to build 153 homes in a Belmont community that will target first-time homebuyers.

The fire was reported shortly after midnight at a cottage on a portion of the facility not being used, officials said.

The case began with a call to help a motorist with a possible medical problem in Richfield, deputies said.

The Leon Levine, Wells Fargo and John M. Belk foundations are giving a collective $1 million to help students at Johnson C. Smith University with emergency scholarship expenses.

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley signed into law Monday a bill requiring more people convicted of driving under the influence to install a device that won't let their vehicles start if the drivers have been drinking.

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