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Police fan out in squad cars to play Santa

Wesley Dixon is out of work, out of money and short on hope, so the last thing he wanted to see in his northeast Charlotte driveway Saturday was a squad…Click to Continue » Read more at: The Charlotte Observer — * Home Page Mapping ~ Top Stories

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For Democrat Vilma Leake and Republican Jim Puckett, an unlikely friendship evolves

Mecklenburg commissioners Jim Puckett and Vilma Leake come from different backgrounds and districts, and hold opposite political views on most issues. Yet they have cultivated an unlikely friendship that goes…Click to Continue » Read more at: The Charlotte Observer — * Home Page Mapping ~ Top Stories

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Active Sun Unleashes Massive Solar Flare

The sun fired off a massive solar flare late Friday (Dec. 19), after days of intense storms from our nearest star. The huge solar flare registered as an X1.8-class event, the most powerful type of flare possible, and was captured on camera by NASA’s powe Read more at: SPACE.com

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(558440) Obama Says Keystone Pipeline Supporters Exaggerate Its Benefits.

President Obama commented on the Keystone XL pipeline during his end-of-the-year press conference on Dec. 19.Copyright Chip Somodevilla, Getty ImagesU.S. President Barack Obama downplayed the benefits of the Keystone XL pipeline Friday, saying the disputed project to transport crude from Canada is Read more at: MFRSearch

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Veterans share frustration and compliments with VA director during town hall meeting

Veterans packed into a small auditorium on the Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Medical Center campus Friday, complaining about a range of heath care issues to VA officials. Read more at: Veterans News Read more at: Veteran Linked Local Network

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Mecklenburg plans to buy former Charlotte School of Law building for $16M

Mecklenburg County has a contract to buy the former Charlotte School of Law building off Wilkinson Boulevard, part of a broader plan to sell or redevelop the county-owned Hal Marshall…Click to Continue » Read more at: The Charlotte Observer — * Home Page Mapping ~ Top Stories

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