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In advance of Election Day on Nov. 7, the Charlotte Observer is partnering with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to host a voter engagement panel, tomorrow, Sept. 28. The event takes place at the Allegra Westbrooks Regional Branch beginning at 6 p.m.
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At Jennifer Williams’ home in the Wexford neighborhood of Charlotte, she feels like power goes out with the slightest bit of wind or rain.
She’s one of many residents expressing frustrations to Duke Energy about frequent outages, especially during August.
Chase Jordan has the story.
Great news for Carolina Panthers fans this afternoon.
Quarterback Bryce Young returned to practice today after sitting out all last week due to an ankle injury. So does that mean he’ll start Sunday’s game vs. the Minnesota Vikings?
Scott Fowler and Mike Kaye share the latest from practice.
After nearly a year, Le’s Sandwiches is on its way back.
The banh mi shop is planning a reopening for Oct. 14 at a sleek new space developed by Beauxwright across the parking lot from the original location at Asian Corner Mall.
Heidi Finley fills you in on the details.
The rollout of a $100-million plus software package meant to drag North Carolina’s archaic court system into the online age is coming under scrutiny.
A potential class action civil rights lawsuit alleges the system designed by Texas-based Tyler Technologies Inc. has wrongfully landed people in jail. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Tyler Dukes reports.
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