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CHARLOTTE – Employment scams are on the rise in the turbulent job market created by the COVID-19 pandemic, a new Better Business Bureau study finds. BBB warns job-seekers to verify employment offers to avoid illegal jobs, identity theft and fake checks to which millions are exposed annually.

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CHARLOTTE – Queens University senior Hannah Aspden captured gold medals in the 110-meter backstroke and the 4x100m medley relay at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games. 

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CHARLOTTE -- Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools attributes lower end-of-course performance among all demographic subgroups in nearly all grade levels and subjects during 2020-21 to challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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CHARLOTTE – Heading into Labor Day Weekend, Public Health Director Gibbie Harris said she was most worried about the thousands of people coming to town for the Clemson-Georgia football game at Bank of America Stadium.

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Throne of Grace Ministries partnered together to benefit local school children. While divisive school board meetings and bickering social media posts filled the air this back-to-school season,

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GREENSBORO – After Hurricane Ida made its way up the Gulf Coast affecting parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, The Fresh Market reached out to its mission partner, Feeding America, to help communities impacted by the hurricane.

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CHARLOTTE – The Elm Lane bridge opened this morning as part of the I-485 express lanes project to add an express lane and deliver additional corridor improvements along Interstate 485 between I-77 and U.S. 74.

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CHARLOTTE – Leading law firms have joined forces to create the Carolinas Social Impact Initiative, an effort to foster a more inclusive community and reduce systemic barriers to social and economic mobility in the Carolinas.

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CHARLOTTE – While Circle K Speed Street has long included a street festival on Tryon Street, with concerts taking place in Romare Bearden Park, organizers have opted to shift the entire event to the park from Oct. 7 to 9.

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CHARLOTTE – Ericia Turner told the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education on Aug. 24 that she couldn't wait to start her new role as district athletics director, but she also had something else on her mind.

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CHARLOTTE – Lane Holbert was a distance runner since middle school. As he was reaching his late 30s, he proactively reduced his mileage to save his knees, hips and spine from potential damage.