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Tar Heels, Gamecocks to open in Charlotte in 2015

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North Carolina and South Carolina will meet to open the 2015 season in Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium. Full story...
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Charlotte Mayor Foxx gets seat on Obama's Cabinet

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A rising star in the North Carolina Democratic Party is heading to Washington for a position in President Obama's Cabinet that may one day help Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx seek higher office back home. Full story...
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Charlotte couple hurt in Boston explosions

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A Charlotte couple is recovering from serious injuries when two bombs exploded near the finish line at the Boston Marathon. Full story...
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Charlotte gets latitude on taxes for NFL stadium

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Legislators have given final approval to let the city of Charlotte use current area hotel and prepared food and beverage taxes to assist with upgrades the Carolina Panthers want for Bank of America Stadium. Full story...
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Duke Energy begins rolling out new logo

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Duke Energy is ready to roll out its new logo. The logo with light blue, dark blue and green arcs and the company name in all capital letters represents Duke Energy's merger with Progress Energy last year. Full story...
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Michael Jordan buys Charlotte-area house for $2.8M

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Bobcats owner Michael Jordan has found another home in the Charlotte area. Full story...
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Duke Energy won't be repaid $10 million for DNC

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Duke Energy will not be repaid a $10 million line of credit it guaranteed the city of Charlotte to host the Democratic National Convention last year. Full story...
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Charlotte among US cities invited to bid for 2024 Olympics

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videoThe United States Olympic Committee on Tuesday sent a letter to the mayors of 35 U.S. cities inviting them to throw their names into the ring as a potential host for the 2024 Summer Olympics. Full story...
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Charlotte, Panthers reach deal; will ask state for $62.5M

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The Charlotte City Council has reached an agreement to ensure the Panthers remain in Charlotte, city officials said Friday. Full story...
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Richardson meets with NC Senate leader on stadium

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Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson has met with the Republican leaders of the North Carolina Senate to talk about improvements for the team's stadium in Charlotte. Full story...
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