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Mar 8, 2016 5:30am EST
being paid for privately and will not be funded by taxpayers. as we reported, police in china grove made a similar move back in january. >> john: governor pat mccrory wants your input on a new monument that would honor achievements of african americans. public hearing will be held tonight at 6:30 at harvey b. gantt center, one of four meetings being held across the state. would be built. >> christine: olympic medalist ryan lochte may soon leave charlotte. lochte moved to the queen city in 2013 to train for the 2016 olympics. under david march. our partners asked him about his plans after the games. >> after rio i will definitely go back to charlotte and think whether i want to keep staying here training or whether -- i could hang up the speedo after rio. >> lochte, from rochester, new york, enjoyed the southern hospitality people have shown him here. the olympics begin in august in brazil. >> john: another carolina panthers player is paying tribute to peyton manning. in an emotional news conference yesterday, manning announced he was retiring after playing 18 season and winning two
CBS
Mar 17, 2016 5:30am EDT
at a dozen fire depararents in charlotte, cornelius, huntersville, kannapolis, china grove, greensboro and fort mill. detectives say the evidence led them to a car bing uses and they recovered stolen property. >> christine: commissioners approving a big change for people applying for county jobs. they no longer have to say on the application if they are a convicted criminal. the ban the box movement was pushing to remove areas on job applications that require you to check off if you are a convict. supporters say it gives convicts a chance to explain what getting thrown out of the job search process early. this would not do away with background checks. >> john: charlotte-mecklenburg school officials want your calendar. the district posting a poll online, now open will close at 11:59 p.m. on march 23rd. after the polling period ends, ann clark will review the results and could make changes to the calendar. we have a link to the poll under the web extras section of wbtv.com. >>> helping students with disabilities prepare for life after school. that is the idea behind a fair be
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