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  • Charlotte Is Getting a New Mayor

    Charlotte Is Getting a New Mayor

    Sunday, April 6 2014 10:30 PM EDT2014-04-07 02:30:58 GMT
    The city of Charlotte is less than 24 hours away from getting a new mayor. The council is meeting Monday to present their decision for a new mayor. Whoever is chosen will fill the rest of the term until November 2015.
    The city of Charlotte is less than 24 hours away from getting a new mayor. The council is meeting Monday to present their decision for a new mayor. Whoever is chosen will fill the rest of the term until November 2015.
  • Jenna Caiazzo

    Jenna Caiazzo

    Friday, March 14 2014 4:09 PM EDT2014-03-14 20:09:44 GMT
    I have traveled up and down the east coast for the past ten years anchoring and reporting at a number of television stations.
    I have traveled up and down the east coast for the past ten years anchoring and reporting at a number of television stations.
  • Law Could Affect Food Truck Frenzy

    Law Could Affect Food Truck Frenzy

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 10:13 PM EDT2014-04-24 02:13:24 GMT
    Food Trucks have taken over the Charlotte region. You can find them at events, outside of weddings, next to the sidewalk on your lunch break, or even a whole rally of food trucks in a parking lot. The phenomenon is drawing large crowds to this gourmet food option, but some lawmakers could put a hold on where and when the food trucks can operate. The planning commission for Mecklenburg County is meeting on April 29th to decide what laws should and shouldn't affect food trucks.
    Food Trucks have taken over the Charlotte region. You can find them at events, outside of weddings, next to the sidewalk on your lunch break, or even a whole rally of food trucks in a parking lot. The phenomenon is drawing large crowds to this gourmet food option, but some lawmakers could put a hold on where and when the food trucks can operate. The planning commission for Mecklenburg County is meeting on April 29th to decide what laws should and shouldn't affect food trucks.
Ashley Distefano and her dog Sophie have their bathroom routine down packed. But not all dog owners at Halton Park Apartments follow the rules and pick up after their pets. 

Blue Ridge Companies will now be DNA testing the dogs and their feces on property. It's their way of holding owners responsible.

Each owner will be fined $250 dollars if they find out they aren't picking up after their pet. 


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  • District Attorney's Office Designs Waiting Room for Kids

    District Attorney's Office Designs Waiting Room for Kids

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 10:53 PM EDT2014-04-24 02:53:34 GMT
    The Mecklenburg County’s District Attorney’s office is working with Pat’s Place, a child advocacy group in Charlotte to transform one of their waiting rooms for children. Having to testify can be a daunting and overwhelming experience for anyone. Imagine what it might feel like for a child, whether they’re a victim or a witness to a crime.
    The Mecklenburg County’s District Attorney’s office is working with Pat’s Place, a child advocacy group in Charlotte to transform one of their waiting rooms for children. Having to testify can be a daunting and overwhelming experience for anyone. Imagine what it might feel like for a child, whether they’re a victim or a witness to a crime.
  • South End Community Focused On Parks & Crime

    South End Community Focused On Parks & Crime

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 11:19 PM EDT2014-04-24 03:19:46 GMT
    South End residents discussed the progress of a Mecklenburg County Park and crime and safety in their community.
    South End residents discussed the progress of a Mecklenburg County Park and crime and safety in their community.
  • Merlefest: An Economic Engine for the Foothills

    Merlefest: An Economic Engine for the Foothills

    Thursday, April 24 2014 10:16 PM EDT2014-04-25 02:16:30 GMT
    Merlefest organizers recently started working with Appalachian State University’s College of Business to determine the festival's economic impact on the region.
    Merlefest organizers recently started working with Appalachian State University’s College of Business to determine the festival's economic impact on the region.
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