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The Charlotte Observer is moving to a new office this spring - and that means saying goodbye to the current four-story newsroom and office building on South Tryon Street, which is expected to be redeveloped. On Thursday, a few hundred employees past and present reunited for a couple of hours to reminisce.  WFAE’s David Boraks once worked there as an editor and reporter, and joined the crowd.  

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Charlotte Douglas International Airport has found itself in the news recently…albeit through no fault of its own. All because one man was allegedly willing to do just about anything to avoid catching a connecting flight in our (mostly) beloved airport.  This led to the firing Tuesday of United Airlines CEO and a question about Charlotte, are we a flyover airport? Here’s WFAE’s Tom Bullock to explore that thought.

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Mar 9, 2009