First Drip (3/16/15): Pittenger unveils beginner's guide to preparing for terrorist attacks, more

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Ever helpful, North Carolina's Robert Pittenger has put together a beginner's handbook to help folks get ready in case a terrorist attacks. The lawmaker attributes his preparedness to the fact that he was a Boy Scout.

While the Department of Veteran Affairs works to get right, the Salisbury division, which includes Charlotte, is still behind the national average of number of veterans getting seen by a doctor. Ninety percent of veterans are seeing a doctor within a month of their application; nationally, the percentage is 94.

When the community grows, the community college will grow with it. Central Piedmont Community College announced it will expand to Ballantyne. For now, they'll offer corporate and continuing education classes there, and classes are set to begin in July.

A suspect has been arrested in the shootings of two Ferguson police officers. The prosecutor said that 20-year-old Jeffrey Williams “is a demonstrator” and had "attended other protests in Ferguson," though several protest leaders disagreed.

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