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This article takes a closer look at the mayor of Charlotte, during a time when the city is at odds with the state legislature over transgender civil rights issues. After the state passed a bill effectively nullifying civil protections given to the LGBTQ community by the municipal governments, Charlotte faces an economic backlash from business and entertainment boycotts, and travel bans from other states.
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After ten years of plans toward opening a brewery, Phil Buchy names his business after the legion of family and friends that helped him get there. Legion Brewing relies on locally sources ingredients, reclaimed materials for their building and has no plans to distribute into other regions.
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Josh Norris left his job at Northwestern Mutual to open a juice and smoothie bar with his two brothers in uptown Charlotte. Using only locally sourced ingredients that are pressed or juiced behind the bar, Norris’ business is growing fast with a new location at the Duke Energy Center and a third planned for opening in Dilworth.
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Author Emily Harris asks what it means to the city that the Charlotte Observer newspaper is moving from its 9 acre downtown lot, where it has been since the beginning of the 1970’s, to leased offices.
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Local artist uses painting to advocate for the children of immigrants. Rosalia Torres-Weiner works with children that are too scared of deportation to speak or too confused to vocalize their feelings, and helps give them a voice though art projects.
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A helicopter rescue crew at MedCenter Air explains just how important there mission is to the region surrounding Charlotte. MedCenter Air crews can respond anywhere within a 150 mile radius of their base, covering two miles a minute.
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Three years ago, former Appalachian State basketball player Omar Carter suffered cardiac arrest on the court. Now he uses the near-death experience to spread awareness about heart health.
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The author examines advances in the treatment of lung cancer in the Charlotte area. Local cancer treatment is increasingly driven by an individualized approach, utilizing such treatments as gene therapy and immunotherapy
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Author Andy Smith writes about his experience losing 75 pounds in the last year through diet and exercise using Wii Fit.
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