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A fire broke out at a family run bakery in uptown Charlotte just before midnight on Friday night, WBTV reported.

Two people were injured after a wreck involving an overturned vehicle in northwest Charlotte on Friday.

After hiring outside the city for two executive positions earlier this year, Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee promoted two city officials to senior jobs, the city announced Friday.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police issued 104 citations for seat belt violations at three locations this week, in conjunction with the Governor’s Highway Safety Program’s Child Passenger Safety Week Campaign.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police on Friday arrested a man in the attempted rape of an elderly woman in her home in the 2700 block of Haverford Place, off South Boulevard near Sedgefield Park.

North Carolina’s unemployment rate rose in August to its highest point since the end of last year even as the state added jobs during the month.

Charlotte-based advertising agency BooneOakley will represent the company that operates the Wells Fargo Championship, the group said Friday.

Companies looking to fill a total of at least 400 jobs will participate the 2nd Annual Employment Summit & Job Fair 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m. Tuesday at the Charles Mack Citizen Center, 215 N. Main St., Mooresville.

A Hickory man will serve at least eight years and four months in prison after being convicted this week of possessing a stolen vehicle and being a habitual felon.

A Hickory man could serve more than four years in prison after a Catawba County jury found him guilty of assault with a deadly weapon and assault on a female, prosecutors said Friday.

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