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Doctors Practices Leaving Charlotte Hospitals Catch The Eye Of Their Industry

For the more than 40 doctors at Lakeside Family Physicians and Huntersville OB/GYN, the move away from Novant Health is a return to how they used to practice medicine. Both groups were independent before joining with Novant about 15 years ago.

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Residents will get a chance to voice their opinions soon on the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools proposed equity policy. After more than a year of discussions, the school board’s policy committee members voted to send their recommendations to the full board for discussions and public hearings.

Duke University will pay $112 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit after federal prosecutors said the school used a research technician's fake data to land federal grants.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have arrested and charged a 30-year-old woman in connection with a homicide that occurred Monday morning at a residence off Faires Road in east Charlotte.

Dominion Energy is offering buyouts less than three months after purchasing the parent company of South Carolina Electric & Gas.

The victim of a shooting that occurred at the AMC movie theater at Concord Mills Sunday night has been identified. William Weldon of Charlotte was treated for his injuries and has been released from the hospital.

SouthPark Magazine Sold To The Pilot

6 hours ago

The owners of Charlotte-based Business North Carolina magazine have agreed to purchase SouthPark Magazine from The Charlotte Observer Publishing Company in a transaction that closed Friday, March 22. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The Supreme Court said Monday it won't step in to referee a copyright dispute between Nike and a photographer who took a well-known image of basketball great Michael Jordan. That means lower court rulings for the athletic apparel maker will stand.

American Airlines is extending cancellations of flights through April 24 due to the grounding of Boeing 737 Max aircraft, as federal regulators continue to investigate two deadly crashes involving the plane model. Southwest Airlines is also continuing to make cancellations.

Partisan gerrymandering is back at the U.S. Supreme Court.

A year and a pivotal justice's retirement after the high court dodged the question, those seeking to break the political stranglehold over legislative redistricting are urging the justices to draw a line beyond which the Republican and Democratic parties cannot go in entrenching their political power, sometimes for decades at a time.

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Monday, March 25, 2019

The fate of partisan gerrymandering is once again in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court, which is hearing a challenge to North Carolina's congressional map. Mike Collins previews Tuesday's arguments and what the court's decision could mean for the political landscape, both in North Carolina and nationwide.


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