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Kiarra Murrill is a student in the James L. Knight School of Communication at Queens University of Charlotte, which provides the news service in support of local community news.
Kombucha is a fermented tea that's become increasingly popular in recent years. Some breweries will have it on tap next to beer and a few places make their own. The founder of Charlotte's Lenny Boy Brewing shares his thoughts on kombucha's growing fame in North Carolina.
Garrett Carter, the director of operations for Charlotte Motor Speedway, is tasked with overseeing the transformation of the oval NASCAR track to a road course used during this weekend's Bank of America Roval 400.
Pandemic supply-chain delays are making it difficult to get some costumes in the store at Morris Costumes in Charlotte. But the owner of the popular shop still predicts it's going to be a big year for Halloween.