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Most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Wikipedia

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  • The channel, which was headquartered in the offices of the NBC News Channel affiliate news service in Charlotte, North Carolina, employed over 50 journalists to produce, write, anchor and provide technical services.NBC-Wikipedia
  • Charlotte has the largest population in the state, while Raleigh has the highest population density of North Carolina's largest cities.North Carolina-Wikipedia
  • The Panthers consider themselves "The Carolinas' Team" and refrained from naming themselves after Charlotte or either of the Carolinas.South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • Additionally, the city of Charlotte is home to the National Junior College Athletics Association's (NJCAA) headquarters.North Carolina-Wikipedia
  • SouthPark Mall in Charlotte is currently the largest in the Carolinas, with almost two million square feet.North Carolina-Wikipedia
  • In 1849, the North Carolina Railroad was created by act of the legislature to extend that railroad west to Greensboro, High Point, and Charlotte.North Carolina-Wikipedia

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