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31331
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The author follows the attempts of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control to decrease the rate of euthanization in their shelters. Where some counties have exhibited animal euthanization rates as high as 98%, program changes at CMACC have seen rates drop to 27%, one of the lowest in the nation.
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31334
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How can a person vanish? How can nobody know what happened? For a few families in the Charlotte region—including those of Denise Porch, Asha Degree, and Kyle Fleischmann—these are more than just hypothetical questions.
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31336
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A family establishes a film festival at their home in remembrance of son they lost to cancer. Their efforts later evolved into a non-profit organization that raises money for cancer research.
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He was an honor student at West Charlotte, a football player, a shoe salesman, and a role model. In 2007, he was dancing at a birthday party when someone fired a deadly shot into the room. How does nobody know who did it?
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While more people are waiting later in like to have children or choose to not have any at all, often pats are filling that household role. The author interviews a couple from a double income household, that have opted for dogs instead of children.
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31337
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In the wake of the Orlando shooting, a gay writer who grew up in Florida wonders if there are any safe places left.
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31332
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The author follows two peoples’ story of life with their aging dogs, and the expense they pay to keep them comfortable.
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