Charlotte woman accused of staging crash, charged with fraud

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – A 31-year-old Charlotte woman accused of staging a car crash in 2018 has been charged with insurance fraud, according to the North Carolina Department of Insurance. Special agents said Wittney Parks told Repwest Insurance Company that her crash on September 18, 2018, was an...
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York County man charged for meth, making child porn videos, warrants say

A York County man faces felony drug and child pornography charges after videos and meth were seized from his home, records show. David Wayne Hood, 57, was arrested at his home near Fort Mill Thursday by York County Sheriff’s Office deputies on three counts of first-degree sexual exploitation of a minor and possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, according to jail records and arrest warrants reviewed by The Herald.
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Lowes Foods to open Huntersville ‘concept store’

HUNTERSVILLE — Lowes Foods will open a new concept store at the former Earth Fare location in Huntersville, the Winston-Salem-based company announced Friday. The store — at 14021 Boren St., off Gilead Road — will feature three key components: specialized food service, entertainment and an “overall frictionless shopping experience,” Lowes said in its announcement.
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Officers looking for suspect in hit-and-run on I-77 South

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Police are looking for the person who struck a pedestrian on I-77 South without stopping. North Carolina Highway Patrol Troopers responded to a call for service just before 9 p.m. July 25 near the Tyvola Road exit. The initial report was a sideswipe property damage only...
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Nursing student uses Heimlich maneuver to save Olive Garden worker’s life

GASTON COUNTY, N.C. — What started out as a fun outing for Gaston College LPN students and their teacher turned into an actual life-or-death experience. According to the college, seven students and their clinical nursing instructor Joyce Floyd, BSN/RN, went to the Olive Garden Italian Restaurant in Gastonia last Thursday to celebrate the completion of their two-month clinical rotation at the Stanley Total Living Center.