The former president has been indicted on seven counts, including willful retention of information related to national defense and at least one false statements charge, a source tells NPR.
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Local News Roundup: CMS boundary plan approved; $2.36 billion county budget passed; CATS fires rail operations general managerCMS approved a controversial school boundary plan during a 5-hour board meeting. The Mecklenburg County Commission passed its $2.36 billion budget for next year. And the Charlotte Area Transit System fired its general manager of rail operations after criticism from NCDOT. Guest host David Boraks details these stories and more.
A new exhibit features the direct impact climate change is having on Charlotte — not just in ecology, but human migration. Guest host David Boraks and guests discuss the exhibit, as well as the future of the Levine Museum.
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State transportation officials are in the early stages of developing plans to widen Providence Road and improve several of its busiest intersections. But don’t get too excited (or outraged) — any improvements to Providence Road, one of the main arteries between south Charlotte and uptown, would be at least 10 years away.
After more than a decade of explosive growth, the craft beer industry is slowing in Charlotte and around the nation. That’s according to an analysis of Brewers Association data by the Charlotte Ledger Business Newsletter. This and more on this week's BizWorthy.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools created its guest teacher program out of desperation to find substitute teachers during the pandemic. Now the district has more than 500 longterm subs stationed in all schools.
Some businesses in northeast Charlotte are uniting to send a message: West Sugar Creek is a welcoming place, except for those looking for trouble. The Sugar Creek Business Association was formed this year to get the ear of elected officials and help businesses take a stand against crime.
More than 90 firefighters worked for hours to extinguish a five-alarm fire at a construction site in south Charlotte last month. We discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the Charlotte Fire Department — including those around safety and mental health.
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This week on SouthBound, we replay host Tommy Tomlinson's 2020 conversation with Wright Thompson, senior writer for ESPN and author of the best-selling book “Pappyland,” about the legendary Pappy Van Winkle bourbon. Wright talks about everything from Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods to searching for family and home.
This week on the SouthBound podcast, host Tommy Tomlinson welcomes Texas singer/songwriter Robert Earl Keen, known for classics like “The Road Goes On Forever.” Keen recently retired from the road but is still making music; his latest album, called “Western Chill,” comes with a songbook, a live DVD and a graphic novel.
The mental health care system in North Carolina has been failing for years. Perhaps nowhere is that more evident than those who get caught up in the criminal justice system, out of sight, therefore out of mind for the general public and policymakers. Fractured explores this failing system.
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