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Coach Lamonte: L.E.A.P. Charlotte

Coach Lamonte stopped by WBTV News Saturday Morning to talk about Leap Year and the importance of leaping into the life waiting for you.

L.E.A.P. Charlotte: Life is waiting for you
 
Lead your life
Expect your greatest results
Attitude vs. Aptitude vs. Altitude
Process is the friend not the foe

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    Wednesday, December 13 2017 12:08 AM EST2017-12-13 05:08:24 GMT
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    Jessica Bosemiller works at the local YMCA here and her husband is a Charlotte and Cornelius firefighter. The cancer she has is so rare that only about 2,000 people are diagnosed in the United States each year, yet doctors WBTV spoke with Tuesday say there is a concentrated number of cases showing up in this area.

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    Wednesday, December 13 2017 12:05 AM EST2017-12-13 05:05:52 GMT
    Source: Noah’s Arks RescueSource: Noah’s Arks Rescue

    Briggs, the dog York County police found with his tongue cut off and tied to a tree, passed away Tuesday night.  Noah's Arks Rescue posted an update on Briggs stating he had become septic and was unable to keep down any food or water from the previous day.  

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    Briggs, the dog York County police found with his tongue cut off and tied to a tree, passed away Tuesday night.  Noah's Arks Rescue posted an update on Briggs stating he had become septic and was unable to keep down any food or water from the previous day.  

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  • Charlotte shelter allows overflow visitors on frigid December night

    Charlotte shelter allows overflow visitors on frigid December night

    Tuesday, December 12 2017 11:51 PM EST2017-12-13 04:51:35 GMT
    (Alex Giles | WBTV)(Alex Giles | WBTV)

    The Salvation Army Center of Hope was expected to be crowded Tuesday evening. Temperatures are expected to drops into the 20s overnight. The facility serves as a shelter for women and children in need of a temporary place to stay. 

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    The Salvation Army Center of Hope was expected to be crowded Tuesday evening. Temperatures are expected to drops into the 20s overnight. The facility serves as a shelter for women and children in need of a temporary place to stay. 

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