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Dad: Nash Grier HIV video was made long ago, and teen will atone for 'stupid' clip.
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Oh Happy Day! 14 co-workers at SC plant win $1 million Powerball: http://ow.ly/yVzS9 #theobserver #charobs
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Have a pudgy pet? Now there are fat camps for obese dogs.
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Winthrop trustees discuss possible lawsuit by fired President Jamie Comstock Williamson | CharlotteObserver.com http://ow.ly/yR2t2
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Gorgeous and controversial. Video: Fireworks shot with a drone | CharlotteObserver.com http://ow.ly/yQQtX
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Amy Robinson, whose disappearance set off a search in Myrtle Beach, has turned herself in to police. http://ow.ly/z06tt
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Part-time work for everyone? Sounds good! http://ow.ly/yXGSf
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Keep food safe to eat on your way to the beach, cookout, family reunion or other out-of-town gathering: http://ow.ly/yVBxI #theobserver
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Harry Potter is back — mysterious, married, and going gray. http://ow.ly/yUgJ6
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Critics lining up against Charlotte’s proposed city ID | CharlotteObserver.com http://ow.ly/yR4ZY
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North Carolina’s voter law will be tested in federal court Monday. | CharlotteObserver.com http://ow.ly/yR2Z7
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The Charlotte Observer delivers what people need to discover and understand the region
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The Charlotte Observer reflects the region. The Observer heavily covers development and schools -- factors strongly affected by rampant growth in the city and the region -- and continues deep coverage of the area's traditional interests: banking, business, industry, religion and stock-car racing. The paper tackles controversial economic and social issues and is innovative in creating new products.