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Rainy Friday in Charlotte: Board rules on CMPD, dump truck driver ruled asleep, Hurricanes in Game 7 and more
(Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Good morning and welcome to the end of the workweek, Charlotte! Any weekend warriors should carry an umbrella today and tomorrow as Weather.com predicts a 70% chance of rain starting around 2 p.m. today and continuing through the early hours of tomorrow.
TGIF in Charlotte: 3 homicides in 2 days, death at Mecklenburg jail, city's newest towers and more
Charlotte has seen at least 27 homicides since the beginning of 2022.(Taylor R/Getty Images) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) With the weekend upon us and 80-degree highs on the radar, today's Roundup welcomes Charlotteans to Friday through Sunday by suggesting new music from Charlotte-based producer Jeremy Hunt and his Ain't Pancakes project, which just released a new album in October. Consisting of a single expansive, droning experimental treadmill of a track, readers can stream or purchase "Holy Roller Heebie Jeebies, Vol. 2" below.
Sunny Wednesday in Charlotte: 6 injured in bus crash, CMPD officer shoots 1, more reasons to SHOUT!
For nearly a year, residents in York County, South Carolina have complained about a rotten egg smell from the New-Indy Containerboard plant.(Courtesy of New-Indy Catawba Mill) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Good morning, Charlotte residents! Bracketed by a rainyTuesday and Thursday, readers are encouraged to get out and enjoy today's 80-degree high before thunderstorms kick in around midnight and release rain until around noon tomorrow.
Queen City Roundup 3/10: CMS may ask county for $17M, students protest sex assaults and more
Charlotte's St. Patrick's Day Parade won't be happening this year, but today's roundup shares events to help avoid the no-green blues(Patrick Fore/Unsplash) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Good morning, Charlotte! It is Thursday, Feb. 10, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools students protested sexual assaults this week as the district considers a $17 million request to county commissioners. CMS is also planning on testing out those clear backpacks they spent almost $500,000 on back in December.
Queen City Roundup 1/13: CMPD handcuffed CMS teacher, NC hospital record broken, state's substitute solution
The ongoing surge of COVID-19 infections filled over 4,000 North Carolina hospital beds on Wednesday, the most seen during the pandemic(Nathan Howard/Getty Images) (CHARLOTTE, N.C.) Good morning, Charlotteans. It is Thursday, Jan. 13, and here's what every resident of the Queen City needs to know until tomorrow.
Queen City Roundup 12/23: Crash kills CMPD officer, Christmas COVID-19 testing, Kwanzaa in Charlotte
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Officer Mia Goodwin died when she was hit by a car on Interstate 85 on Wednesday morning.(Steven Weiss/Twitter) Hey there, Charlotteans. It is Thursday, Dec. 23, and tomorrow is Christmas Eve, so there won't be a Roundup. But today's collection of headlines is a bit longer to help carry you through the weekend, which includes the first day of Kwanzaa. We'll tell you how to celebrate the African-American cultural event and where to learn more about its history with local events over the next week.