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CATS Blue Line train
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Charlotte's LYNX Blue line will close Saturday and Sunday for repairs and upgrades. Those include track maintenance, landscaping and painting. CATS will provide bus service between stops in place of the light rail. 

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The Charlotte City Council will discuss the pilot programs for dockless bikes and electric scooters at Monday’s council meeting just months after the programs were initiated.

Department of Justice

Authorities arrested 11 people in Charlotte Thursday morning on charges of possession and distribution of crack cocaine.

On Monday night, protesters toppled Confederate statue "Silent Sam" on the UNC Chapel Hill campus.
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The UNC Board of Governors plans to hire an outside firm to examine how UNC Chapel Hill and police handled security the night the Confederate memorial "Silent Sam" was toppled.

Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo said that it does not take a political position on the matter of medical marijuana after a candidate in Florida said the company closed her account because of campaigning she does on the issue.

A mentally ill Pakistani man who had been living in Cary, North Carolina, pleaded guilty Wednesday to attempting to provide support and resources to al-Qaida.

North Carolina state flag.
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A three-judge panel ruled Tuesday that two of the six proposed constitutional amendments are not allowed to appear on the ballot for the November election.

Mint Museum

Charlotte’s Mint Museum officially has a new president and chief executive. Todd Herman stepped into the role Monday.

Former Charlotte Hornets general manager Bob Bass died Friday in San Antonio after suffering two recent strokes. He was 89.

American Beauty Garden Center
American Beauty Garden Center

A judge ruled Thursday that CMPD must release the 911 recordings of the Charlotte gardening store owner who called to notify police that he shot someone breaking into his business.

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