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Ice Finally Melted From Walkways, NC Zoo Reopens After Week
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IHOP Dishes Out Free Pancakes for National Pancake Day
It is National Pancake Day, which means anyone who makes a donation to Children's Miracle Network hospitals or other designated local charities will receive free pancakes at IHOP. 08:09 AM
Charlotte Family Flocks to Healthier Lifestyle with Backyard Chickens
Making healthy changes in the kitchen is always good for families and one Charlotte mom has decided to do something a little different in her backyard. About this time last year, Kacy Pleasants decided to make a change—already on a path to healthier eating, she took it one step further. 09:38 AM
Artist of Bill Clinton Portrait Reveals Secret
The painting hangs in the national portrait gallery. Shanks says Clinton always hated the portrait. 09:02 AM
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