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The federal judge managing a series of North Carolina lawsuits accusing the world's largest pork company of creating nuisances for rural neighbors is being temporarily replaced.

Thursday, August 9, 2018

A closer look at for-profit colleges. A number have closed their doors recently and the government is pushing to change how these schools are regulated. Do they give students what they pay for? We look for answers.

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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Wells Fargo is in trouble - again. This time, bank miscalculations result in 400 people losing their homes to foreclosure. Charlotte Observer business reporter Deon Roberts joins Mike Collins to share the details.

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Emergency crews rescued boaters in distress on Lake Norman Wednesday night after several sailboats capsized.

Union County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested a teen who they say robbed a 9-year-old boy’s lemonade stand at gunpoint last Saturday.

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There have been 305 shootings into occupied dwellings in Charlotte this year alone. In response, CMPD has formed a task force.

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About 40 Department of Motor Vehicles offices across North Carolina have seen especially long lines recently.

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Three Greensboro residents living in poverty who have solicited money in public are challenging a city ordinance that criminalizes aggressive panhandling.

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A South Carolina teenager pleaded guilty Wednesday to allegations that he tried to fight for the Islamic State group.

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NASCAR needed 99 races for budding superstar Chase Elliott to finally win his first Cup race and didn't even get a full day to celebrate the milestone.

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