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Top Charlotte news: Pride festivities canceled; Atrium Health part of international clinical trial

Top Charlotte news: Pride festivities canceled; Atrium Health part of international clinical trial
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By Hoodline - Published on April 29, 2020.

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Charlotte.

Charlotte Pride weekend festivities, parade canceled due to coronavirus concerns

It's the largest parade and festival in Charlotte that draws in close to 200,000 visitors a year, along with millions of dollars for the City of Charlotte.

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Man arrested for shooting into car with 2 kids inside

Two children were not injured after a man fired shots into the car they were sitting inside of Monday evening.

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These Mecklenburg County businesses are permitted to reopen

Mecklenburg County is receding its stay home order and resorting coronavirus regulations to the less restrictive North Carolina statewide order.

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'So much hope' | Atrium Health is now part of an international clinical trial

The drug they're using typically treats cancer patients, but shows promise for treating coronavirus.

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Security officers fire shots after witnessing shooting at gas station

Two armed security officers fired shots after they witnessed a shooting in the parking lot of a west Charlotte gas station Monday.  

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