Top Charlotte news: Kuechly announces sudden retirement; fight leads to stabbing; more

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Panthers Pro Bowl linebacker Luke Kuechly announces sudden retirement

Charlotte Panthers Pro Bowl linebacker Luke Kuechly announced his sudden retirement Tuesday evening via the team’s Twitter page.

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Fight at uptown Charlotte transit center leads to stabbing, highlighting safety concerns

It’s just the latest crime at the uptown transit center, which had multiple shootings last year.

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CMPD retirements, benefits creating gap in Charlotte city budget

Police departments around the country are battling an increase in retirements and attracting new officers for the job, including CMPD.

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NBA's first-ever music industry night to be held in Charlotte

The music industry night will be held before the Charlotte Hornets take on the Denver Nuggets at home next week on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

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Reports: LSU’s Joe Brady to join Carolina Panthers as offensive coordinator

Fresh off of a National Championship win, LSU’s passing game coordinator, Joe Brady, will return to the NFL and join the Carolina Panthers as their offensive coordinator.

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