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Attorney: Airlines should apologize to Imams

A North Carolina attorney for several Muslim leaders says two airlines owe his clients an apology for kicking them off commercial flights. Imams in Memphis, Tenn., and New York were headed to a national conference in Charlotte over the weekend when they were asked to leave the planes without reason.

Vacuum maker picks Charlotte for expansion

Vacuum manufacturer Electrolux North America will create 200 jobs in Charlotte over the next four years by consolidating positions from across the United States.

More than 1,000 caught in NC drunk driving effort

Law enforcement officials in North Carolina say more than 1,000 people were arrested during the state's weeklong St. Patrick's Day "Booze It and Lose It" campaign.

White nationalist group cancels Charlotte meeting

A white nationalist group has dropped plans for a conference in Charlotte this weekend after the hotel it had booked canceled its reservation.

Kaine, Foxx to see 2012 Democratic convention site

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tim Kaine says Charlotte and North Carolina have a good economic story to tell, and he will join the city's mayor in looking at the site where the story will be told.

Dems pick Charlotte for 2012 convention

video A Democratic official says the party will hold its 2012 presidential convention in Charlotte.

NC GOP gives mixed message on Dems’ Charlotte plan

The new North Carolina Republican Party chairman says he welcomes Democrats to Charlotte for their national convention next year.

White nationalist group to meet in Charlotte

A national group with a pro-white racial message will hold its annual convention next month in Charlotte, where the local NAACP is crying foul after schools held classes on the Martin Luther King holiday.

NC restaurant worker shoots two robbers, killing one

Charlotte police say a restaurant employee shot two would-be robbers, killing one of them.

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WPD: 17-year-old injured in shooting

Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting.

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