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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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Woods returns from post-Masters break to play Quail Hollow Source: AP

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Brookshire Boulevard near I-77 was down to one lane due to flooding.

Several days of rain caused flooding and downed trees around the WBTV viewing area late Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. Tuesday started out with a few scattered showers across the area, but things got a little heavier around 4 p.m. Multiple roads flooded, causing dangerous conditions - not to mention traffic headaches - for many drivers just as rush hour hit.

Hours-long standoff ends peacefully in Charlotte

SWAT officers are on scene at 3303 Latrobe Dr. investigating a possible armed, barricaded suspect in the Eastover Psychological building. All employees are safe and evacuated.

School bus, box truck collide near Providence High School

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Senator Tarte: Main concern is that I-77 doesn't flood after construction is complete

The video from above showed a quagmire on Interstate 77 near the Brookshire Freeway in Charlotte on Tuesday night. Quick, heavy showers flooded the construction zone, covering multiple lanes and forcing drivers to bottleneck into one lane to snake past the swirling brown water.

As Charlotte changes, single-family homes are out, hundreds of new townhouses are in

Developers are planning to build hundreds of new townhouses across Charlotte as they seek to put more homes on land that's increasingly in short supply. Rezoning petitions filed recently show 300 townhouses in the works on sites near Independence Boulevard, in Seversville and southwest Charlotte.

Wanted man accused of cutting off electronic monitoring device

According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, 35-year-old Robert Missouri is wanted for common law robbery, breaking and entering, larceny after a break-in, damage to property and interfering with an electronic monitoring device. Police say Missouri cut off his electronic monitor on Wednesday and was last known to be in the area of InTown Suites on North Tryon Street, located in uptown Charlotte.

DOT says no penalties anticipated after construction zone flooding

A spokesperson for the North Carolina Department of Transportation said no penalties are anticipated for the companies responsible for a construction zone that flooded Tuesday afternoon. Hundreds of drivers drove in and around floodwaters that covered part of I-77 near Brookshire Boulevard Tuesday evening.

CATS bus involved in serious accident near uptown

BREAKING: Bad accident involving a CATS City bus on Oakland Ave near Mulberry Ave in Charlotte. Medic is on scene @WCNC pic.twitter.com/Om8VvdLk9o It happened around 10 p.m. at Oaklawn Avenue and Mulberry Avenue.

Two charged in connection to two armed robberies in south Charlotte

Officials say the two arrived at Wendy's in the 7900 block of Arrowridge Boulevard while one of the suspects brandished a gun at the drive-thru window demanding money. The suspects fled the scene in a vehicle that was driven by the second suspect.

Crews monitoring water following sewage spill in north Charlotte

The wastewater pipe broke Monday near the 4100 block of Oakdale Road. The overflow was caused by a fallen tree eroding the creek bank and pipe.

Greenville Sheriff Drama: Lance Sheek Resigns

Greenville County, South Carolina sheriff's office attorney Lance Sheek has resigned his post with the agency, multiple sources familiar with the situation have confirmed to this news site. Sheek's resignation - submitted on Monday to interim sheriff Johnny Mack Brown - comes less than a week after he was placed on administrative leave following the indictment of Greenville sheriff Will Lewis .

NC city makes it illegal to give panhandlers cash through your car window

One North Carolina city is trying a controversial new approach to thwarting rampant panhandling at busy intersections: Fine the well-intentioned people who give panhandlers money through car windows. The Fayetteville City Council recently passed such an ordinance, banning vehicle occupants from giving items to pedestrians on the side of the road, reports the Fayetteville Observer.

Geese found beaten, shot with darts at east Charlotte pond Source: WSOC

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Five things you need to know Monday, April 23

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police have charged two teenagers in connection with the shooting death of a 26-year-old man in east Charlotte. CMPD responded to a call in the 1500 block of Wembley Drive a little before 5 p.m. Friday.

Are more teens committing violent crimes? Here's what we found in Charlotte.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police say so far this year, there have been 16 homicides. In three of those cases, the suspects are 19 years old or younger.

CMPD: Paintball wars could turn deadly

Homes, cars, even people have been targeted in recent weeks in the so-called "paintball wars". In one of the latest cases Saturday night, a suspect was caught shooting a moving car on Pegram Street.

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