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In a new series, The Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer investigate the state’s largest agricultural industry.
After years of growth, poultry farms now raise more than 1 billion chickens and turkeys a year, generating billions of pounds of untreated waste.
Read more of Big Poultry today through Dec. 7 at charlotteobserver.com/bigpoultry.
The case around Shanquella Robinson’s death continues to develop.
An arrest warrant’s been issued for a suspect in the case. But in the nearly two weeks since news of the warrant broke, there’s been no confirmation of an arrest.
The legal and political issues surrounding the case leave a lot up in the air and it is unclear how officials in the U.S. will proceed. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, the process is typically a very long one — particularly the phase of surrender or extradition, if granted.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream is expanding in the Charlotte area.
Already a staple for sweet tooths, Jeni’s will open a new location in Blakeney Town Center, just south of Ballantyne.
More importantly, you can get free scoops of ice cream all night long at the grand opening next month.
Melissa Oyler lets you in on all the sweet details.
An update on a story from yesterday.
A 36-year-old Charlotte man is in custody after police say he threw a rock containing hate speech through the window of a daycare and shot a park ranger.
No one was injured at the daycare and police refused to share what was written in the message during a news conference but said the hate speech was directed towards children.
Kallie Cox shares more on the update.
A new seafood spot swims into South End.
Brown Bag Seafood Co., a Chicago-based restaurant, opened yesterday at 100 W. Worthingon Ave. on the ground floor of Lowe’s Tech Hub. The fast-casual, counter-service restaurant menu includes such fare as grilled salmon, shrimp or a rotating daily catch, plus chicken, vegetarian and vegan options.
In August, the rapidly expanding chain made its North Carolina debut, opening at Birkdale Village in Huntersville.
Catherine Muccigrosso details the new seafood spot in South End.
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