Family members remember west Charlotte homicide victim

Family and friends gathered Thursday night at Camp Greene Park to remember Noah Feaster.

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Authorities say Woods suffered “significant” injuries all down his right leg when his SUV crashed into a median and rolled over several times on a steep road in Los Angeles.

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Cooper, N.C. prison officials agree to release 3,500 inmates

North Carolina civil rights groups reached a deal with prison officials to offer an early release of at least 3,500 people in state custody.
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Flu has virtually disappeared from the U.S., with reports coming in at far lower levels than anything seen in decades.

  Joel Odom, youngest person to run for Charlotte mayor, found dead at age 22

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SPORTS

  Several Football Friday Night games moved to Thursday, but that means crowds will look different

Anticipating rainy weather on Friday night several football games in and around the Charlotte area moved their games to Thursday night.

  ‘Parents want to be there’: Families rejoice after state expands prep outdoor athletics capacity to 30 percent

Governor Roy Cooper has signed an executive order that allows more fans at all sporting events in North Carolina, including high school athletics. The order, that goes into effect on Friday, Feb. 26, lifts the Modified Stay at Home order, which in turn removes the state’s curfew.Outdoor sports ven

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Governor Roy Cooper has signed an executive order that allows more fans at all sporting events in North Carolina, including high school athletics. The order, that goes into effect on Friday, Feb. 26, lifts the Modified Stay at Home order, which in turn removes the state’s curfew.Outdoor sports ven
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A suspect was arrested on accusations of beating and strangling the woman when she tried to leave the house.

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