Chloe Leshner, NBC Charlotte

Chloe Leshner

NBC Charlotte

Charlotte, NC, United States

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Past articles by Chloe:

'It’s just not worth it' | CMPD investigating 4 violent crimes in 1 morning

Community advocates say more needs to be done to keep people from turning to violence as a way of problem-solving. → Read More

20 to 30 gallons of hydraulic oil spilled in Little Sugar Creek

Cleanup is underway after hydraulic oil was spilled into Little Sugar Creek. Mecklenburg County officials said it happened on Monday in the Dilworth neighborhood. → Read More

'Know your family history' | Retired York County Sheriff's Commander pushing for awareness after major cardiac event

Pat Kiefer was in great shape throughout his law enforcement career, making his major cardiac event a major shock. → Read More

Cornelius fire chief seeking solutions to delays in fire dispatch system

The fire chief spoke about possible improvements at the town board's special budget meeting on Thursday. → Read More

Majority of people not concerned about getting seriously ill from COVID-19, study shows

COVID-19 metrics in North Carolina and Mecklenburg County continue to improve heading towards the three year anniversary of the start of the pandemic. → Read More

UNC Charlotte leads research on COVID-19 booster schedule

UNC Charlotte's Alex Dornburg helped lead a study on the risk of reinfection under different booster regimes with researchers from Yale University. → Read More

How long can you use an at-home COVID-19 test once it's expired?

With cases on the rise, the FDA has extended the shelf life of many at-home COVID-19 tests. → Read More

Hopewell High School band to play at the Peach Bowl: 'It’s a fun event for all of us'

The Hopewell High School Band has put their all into practice this week, hoping it will all pay off Saturday for one of their biggest performances yet. → Read More

'Too many uncertainties' to say pandemic is over amidst holiday surge in respiratory viruses, health experts say

The full impact holiday gatherings had on viral spread won’t be obvious for a few more weeks. → Read More

Amid a shortage of children's cold and flu medicine, here are some alternatives

Many pharmacies are limiting the amount of over-the-counter medications that can purchased at once. → Read More

CMPD investigating a homicide near the SouthPark Mall

Charlotte Mecklenburg Police are investigating a homicide in the Providence Division. One person is dead and police have taken a person of interest into custody. → Read More

Pharmacists report lackluster flu shot demand

RSV cases are going down, but the Mecklenburg County Health Director anticipates flu and COVID-19 will continue to circulate in the coming weeks and months. → Read More

3 ways to save money shipping this holiday season

Deadlines for standard shipping through FedEx have already passed but as long as you ship by Dec. 20, 3-day shipping is the least expensive option for FedEx and UPS. → Read More

'It's not too late' | Doctors urging flu vaccines to prevent heart attack or stroke

Doctors say there's a link between a recent flu infection and a heart attack or stroke. → Read More

'We cannot ignore this': Survey shows grim outlook for North Carolina nursing shortage

As more and more nurses leave the job, others have to pick up extra hours, accelerating burnout and frustration, and eventually worsening the existing shortage. → Read More

'Literally gasping for air' | Doctors, parents on high alert with flu season

South Carolina is one of four states experiencing the highest level of flu activity currently. → Read More

Veterinarians warn of highly contagious, severe dog flu spreading in Charlotte

Thousands of dogs in the area have already had it and it can progress into something more dangerous like pneumonia. → Read More

First BQ.1 COVID-19 case sequenced in Mecklenburg County as bivalent booster demand remains low

Researchers in the lab at UNC Charlotte regularly sequence a handful of positive tests, reading the viruses genetic code to determine which variants are spreading. → Read More

13 Charlotte 'stars' training for DWTS Charlotte

All the money raised goes to Carolina Breast Friends Pink House and Go Jen Go. → Read More

Breast cancer nurse navigators providing support for patients during treatments and surgeries

Nurse navigators are meant to be a guide, breaking through the medical speak, making appointments and providing support during treatments and surgeries. → Read More