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Andrew Brown died from "kill shot to the back of the head," according to autopsy

Wayne Kendall, one of Brown's family's lawyers, points to an autopsy chart.(Joe Raedle/Getty Images) (ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.) Attorneys for the family of Andrew Brown, the 42-year-old Black man who was shot to death by Elizabeth City police on Wednesday, said an autopsy revealed he died from a “kill shot to the back of the head,” The News & Observer reported.
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North Carolina to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility Wednesday, including people with chronic conditions

(Jon Cherry/Getty Images) (RALEIGH, N.C.) North Carolina will move into the first part of Group 4 of its COVID-19 vaccine rollout Wednesday, according to CBS17. More than 4.1 million people, including those with high-risk medical conditions, homeless people and people imprisoned, will all become eligible. According to WCNC, the medical conditions could consist of things like asthma, diabetes and obesity, and Group 4 will also include additional essential workers, such as retail employees and utility workers.

Amazon to develop two delivery stations in Raleigh, Garner by end of year

(Bruce Bennett/Getty Images) (RALEIGH, N.C.) Amazon plans to open two new delivery stations in Raleigh and Garner later this year, according to WRAL. Delivery stations receive packages from Amazon's warehouses and sorting centers before being loaded up on vehicles for delivery. The stations will reportedly add hundreds of jobs, starting at $15 an hour, and they will be geared toward last-mile services and "speed up" deliveries in the region.

Charlotte High-Paying Jobs in Hourly Salary

Charlotte’s one of the best places to live in the U.S. thanks to its thriving local culture and economy, and a big part of that is having good, high-paying jobs. Thanks to Charlotte’s ongoing economic growth, there are all kinds of high-paying opportunities every day across businesses new and old and big and small.
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North Carolina discontinues Confederate battle flag license plates

(Mark Makela/Getty Images) (RALEIGH, N.C.) The North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV) said Monday it will no longer issue or renew specialty license plates with the Confederate battle flag, according to The New York Times.