Karen Garloch recounts emails from her mother, who touched base every day. Instead of phone calls, Mom sent daily emails, Karen said. She opened almost every email with the same subject line: “I’m ok.”
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Kellan Cyr at a therapy session
New Charlotte VA Health Care Center
Charlotte Fire Department salutes the procession of Det. Mike Doty
Wednesday's snow leave Charlotte frozen
Charlotte Mecklenburg Police officer takes Snow Angel Challenge...in a short sleeved shirt
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The Women's March in Charlotte. How it came to be, and where it's going.
Kellan Cyr with his mother Michelle Cyr and therapist Marisan Van Dyk during a therapy session at Pediatric Advanced Therapy in Mooresville. The therapy has helped Kellan overcome developmental delays resulting from his genetic disorder. He was born with two extra X chromosomes.
He doesn't want to be identified but the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department tweeted out a 15-second video of the officer lying in the snow, flapping his arms on Jan. 17, 2018. People have watched the video more than 7,400 times.
Jane Anderson, the president of the women's march in Charlotte talks about the group's roots, and where they are headed in the years to come. The group originated in 2017 after Donald Trump defeated Hilary Clinton in the presidential election. Since then, they have grown and plan to march on the queen city again in 2018.
Aaron Pearce of Charlotte, NC finally got the sticky snow that he has been waiting for to build a snowman on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Pearce decided to build a snowman along a walking path at McAlpine Creek Park in east Charlotte. The creation has its arms extended as if to give passerby a hug.
Police responded to more than 150 car crashes during a snowstorm in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Wednesday. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said it had responded to 169 crashes as of 1 pm.