Friday, September 27, 2013

First Drip (9/27/13): Airport remains in Charlotte control, UN report on climate change, more

Posted By on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 at 9:42 AM

According to a letter from the FAA, Charlotte Douglas International Airport will remain in control of the city - at least until the city's lawsuit against the General Assembly's airport bill has been resolved in court. 

A fatal shooting early this morning has been linked to the West Charlotte nightclub 935, which is known to bring hip-hop celebrities like Yo Gotti, Young Jeezy and others to Charlotte. This isn't the first time trouble has been associated with the nightspot, and Wesley Heights residents want the club shut down.

A United Nations report published today says that at least half of climate change is your fault. And our fault. 

Celebrate Google's 15th anniversary by visiting its homepage to check out its interactive doodle. Or, type "Google in 1998" into the search box and see how the site looked 15 years ago.

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