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In the Charlotte region, there are more than 180 companies that are tied to the energy sector. A number of renewable energy firms and products have been developed in Charlotte. Home to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, 75 percent of NASCAR's employees and drivers are based within two hours of the city.

Population: 687456
Local Newspapers: The Charlotte Observer
Local Sports Teams: Carolina Panthers (NFL) Charlotte Bobcats (NBA)
Local Colleges: Johnson & Wales University Queens University of Charlotte Johnson C. Smith University University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Charlotte News
Bailey Cafe to host author's event

Area residents will have an unusual opportunity Sunday to meet with Christian author Wayne Jacobsen, who was largely responsible for the publication of the best-selling novel, "The Shack." Jacobsen will appear at an event called "An Afternoon with Wayne Jacobsen" from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Bailey Cafe at 12544 Hanover St. in Bailey.

Charlotte brewery eyes S.C. expansion

Birdsong Brewing is expanding its distribution in South Carolina. Plans call for Birdsong's brews to be available in Greenville starting the week of Feb. 19. "Greenville is a rapidly growing part of Upstate South Carolina and has close connections to the Western N.C. beer culture," says Chris Goulet, principal owner of the brewery.

Man charged with stealing SUV with toddler inside

A man is facing several charges after police said he stole a car in north Charlotte with a child inside. According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police, the incident happened around 6:30 Thursday evening at the Super Wok Restaurant in the 2800 block of West Sugar Creek Road.

Marc Maron: Watching 'Call Me By Your Name' made me...

Published: January 19, 2018 in A&E / Life&Style Updated: January 19, 2018 at 1:27 am ENGAGE: Write a letter to the editor Marc Maron revealed on his latest podcast, "WTF with Marc Maron," that he watched the much buzzed about "Call Me By Your Name" and it had quite an impact. The film has received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and audiences alike, and will be screened in Charlotte on Jan. 20, at the Regal Cinemas Manor Twin , 609 Providence Rd., Charlotte, and during the Reel Out Charlotte film festival , running between May 16-20, at Camp North End, 1824 Statesville Ave. What did I watch? Is it "Call Me by Your Name?" Is that the name of it? It's "Call me by Your Name?" Is that the exact title? Cause I watched that.

CMPD: Domestic violence abusers who strangle victims are "ticking time bombs" in our community

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police and domestic violence advocates are sounding an alarm to relatives and friends of victims whose intimate partners strangled them. "This is not a domestic violence problem.

Charlotte women's march offers new twists Saturday

A year ago, organizers of the Charlotte women's march were as shocked as anyone when an estimated 10,000 people packed the streets. "Maybe we'll get 100 people," Autumn Watson told her husband when she created a Facebook event for a Charlotte march because she couldn't get to the big event in Washington, D.C. This year about 7,000 people have replied that they're coming to Saturday's march, either on the Charlotte Women's March website or Facebook page.

CMPD nabs man accused of attacking women in Plaza Midwood

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police announced that they have captured a prolific robber who, they said, attacked several women in east Charlotte. Investigators told Channel 9 that 25-year-old Donovan Davis had approached three different women in the Plaza Midwood area over the last two months and grabbed their purses or their phones.

Charlotte is experiencing its first snowfall of 2018 as winter weather moves across the Carolinas.

After Charlotte received its first snow of 2018, Mother Nature gave the Queen City another headache Thursday in the form of ice. With some areas receiving a daily record of over three inches in Charlotte, a layer of black ice formed on many secondary roads and neighborhood streets overnight, making for dangerous conditions across the area.

No injuries reported in east Charlotte house fire

According to the Charlotte Fire Department, the fire occurred at a home in the 6400 block of Treeline Place. Firefighters said there was a "heavy fire" showing from the home.

Aon Hewitt to lay off 76 workers in University City area

Aon Hewitt is closing a sales division in its north Charlotte office this spring that will result in 76 employees losing their jobs.

New home for long-standing flower shop

This Charlotte flower shop has a new home after 25 years. Elizabeth House Flowers landed in a roughly 4,000-square-foot space at 726 Tyvola Road, near Costco.

Susan Brenner Examines Upheaval While Celebrating Trees

Crisis. It's on everybody's minds these days. It's certainly on Susan Brenner's mind.

Myers Park is home to the county's oldest suburban shopping center. Is it historic?

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission is looking into historic status for the site of the oldest suburban shopping center in Mecklenburg County. Opened in 1930 in the 700 block of Providence Road, the Classical Revival buildings were originally called the Myers Park Shopping Center.

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Mecklenburg County activating emergency shelter ahead of winter weather

The shelter will be open at 5:30 p.m. at the Grady Cole Center on the Central Piedmont Community College Campus at 310 N. Kings Drive in Charlotte. The shelter is expected to close at noon on Thursday, January 18. Everyone, including couples, families and individuals with service animals are welcome to seek shelter.

Spate of Recent Murders Brings Attention to Domestic Violence Issues

Through the first 10 days of 2018, there had not been one homicide in Charlotte. By comparison, there had been four in the first four days of 2017.

Exposed wiring tied to CMS bus fires, inspection shows

Exposed wiring is related to the cause of two recent Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools bus fires, CMS officials say, although an exact cause could not be determined. A CMS bus caught fire near Nations Ford Road and Downs Road in southwest Charlotte on Nov. 14, less than a month after a bus became engulfed in flames along Dunlavin Way in east Charlotte.

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