The fate of a man accused of kidnapping and sexual assault is in the hands of a jury. Wednesday is the second day of deliberations in the Fitzgerald Rice trial. 01:45 PM
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have arrested two men for skimming an ATM on South Boulevard. Savin Iantoc and Luca Pizzingrilli are in custody and they could be linked to other crimes. Police say they may have skimmed other ATMs in the area by placing a scanning device on the card reader to steal people's bank account information.
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The number of people, who are considered chronically homeless in Charlotte, deceased by 36 percent over the past five years.
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CATS Begins Testing LYNX Gold Line Street Cars
Early Wednesday morning, the Charlotte Area Transit System started testing the new street cars. Representatives from CATS say they did the testing overnight because they didn't want to interfere with any workday traffic. 07:23 AM
'Fight For $15' Plans Announcement About Next Mobilization
Organizers of 'Fight for $15' say they'll announce the mobilization Wednesday at a news conference in Durham. They'll be accompanied by fast-food workers, home-care workers, students, allies and adjunct faculty. 07:05 AM
Indy the Site of Past Success for Coach K, Blue Devils
The Duke Blue Devils are expected to arrive Wednesday in Indianapolis for their record-tying 12th Final Four under Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Though they still have two games to win, they may just be in the right city to pull it off. 09:42 AM
NC Commission Warns of Increase in Black Bear Sightings
The commission says if left alone, most transient bears will find their way out of town and back to their natural habitat. People are urged not to approach or follow bears, or get between a bear and its possible escape route. 07:14 AM
Report: Higher Than Usual Number of Orcas Being Born
The Center for Whale Research says four Orca babies have been born in the last three months off the coast of British Columbia—a higher number than usual. This baby boom brings their total number to 81 whales. 08:47 AM
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You can follow the Duke Blue Devils all week right here on Time Warner Cable News. Duke tips off against Michigan State at 6 p.m. Saturday. Sports directors Mike Solarte and Jim Connors, along with reporters J.B. Ricks and Cristen Drummond will have live and on scene reports from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, as well as one-hour editions of Jersey Mike's Sports Night.
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NC Leaders Weigh In on National Debate Over Religious Freedom Legislation
The proposal was recently signed into law in Indiana and similar legislation has been filed in North Carolina. The nation has watched as protesters, business leaders and others have weighed in on that state's new religious freedom law. 03/31/2015 04:32 PM
BrainCore Therapy Offers New Hope for Autism Patients
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Ex-Social Worker Charged in Child Abuse Case Accepts Plea Deal
Wanda Sue Larson, a former county Social Services worker and the child's guardian, will spend between six and 17 months behind bars. Authorities say that's because she cooperated with their investigation. Updated 03/31/2015 05:30 PM