Amy Cowman, NBC Charlotte

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Past articles by Amy:

York Sheriff rules triple homicide as murder-suicide

The York County Sheriff's Office is calling four deaths at a Rock Hill home a murder-suicide. → Read More

Charlotte man's shark attack causing concern for beachgoers

A rash of shark attacks in North Carolina have many tourists worried before taking a summer trip to the beach. → Read More

New cider brewery to open in South End

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A first of its kind is coming to the South end area, a new Cidery. With breweries booming in Charlotte, a local family decided to bring cider back and bank on the growing trend to build business. The brewing business is booming here in the Charlotte area but this one is the first of its kind the first Cidery as well in Charlotte. "My husband has been making beer, wine and… → Read More

38 firefighters treated after 5-alarm blaze

Charlotte Fire crews worked all day Thursday and say they have the massive recycling plant fire under control now. → Read More

Moms of special needs kids lobby for cameras in classrooms

Several Union County families are rallying for cameras in special education classrooms. This after many of them have taken their children out of the school claiming some type of abuse to their children with special needs. → Read More

Graduating senior gets new wheelchair from classmates

Tuesday was graduation day for the special needs students at Lincolnton High School, including one special teen with cerebral palsy. → Read More

Dozens become U.S. citizens in Charlotte

Fifty immigrants took the oath to become U.S. citizens at the Federal Courthouse. → Read More

Eddings family will embrace their faith to endure tragedy

More devastating news after a Charlotte pastor and his wife lose their 2-year-old son in a car crash this past weekend. Monday, the couple's newborn baby, who was delivered by C-section, lost his battle and passed away. → Read More

Support grows for family after crash while baby fights for life

A Charlotte pastor and his family are recovering after a tragic car crash took the life of their 2-year-old son. → Read More

Simple cheek swab saves teenager's life

Donate blood and save a life, that's how easy one Lincolnton woman says it was for her. → Read More

First Lady of Guatemala thanks Charlotte

The First Lady of Guatemala paid a visit to Charlotte to say thank you for saving lives in her country. → Read More

Concord mom says employer cut her hours for breastfeeding

A Concord mother says her shifts were cut at work because she needed to pump to breast milk. → Read More

Debate for pre-meeting prayer continues in Lincoln County

Lincoln County commissioners are debating prayer Monday night. → Read More

Inspect your AC before temperatures climb

As temperatures warm up, people will start turning on their air conditioning to cool down. → Read More

CMPD: Woman sexually assaulted after jogging in her neighborhood

CMPD: Woman sexually assault after jogging in her neighborhood → Read More

Man faces charges for allegedly pulling gun on teens

A Cramerton man is out on bond after police say he pulled a gun on teens at a basketball court and threatened to kill them. → Read More

Activist groups protest abortion wait times

The bill would mandate longer wait times and place doctor restrictions, but some say women need to wait and think about what they're doing. → Read More

Citizens gather during rush hour to protest I-77 tolls

Opponents say taxpayers are kicking in some $250 million for the more than $600 million project, when public funds could take care of for much less. → Read More

Knights to revive peanut-free night at BB&T Ballpark

Peanuts and baseball go hand in hand, but major league team Indianapolis Indians just announced they're taking them out of ballpark for Wednesday's game. → Read More

Rock Hill teachers carting supplies from class to class

More than $100 million in bond money, that is what Rock Hill Schools says is needed to get them up to par. → Read More