First Drip (4/27/15): Charlotte woman survives earthquake, more



A Charlotte woman was hiking Mount Everest when the massive earthquake hit Nepal this weekend. Ashley Stumler, 27, is fine, and working to make her way back to her parents, who live here. As of Sunday, her father said she was in the town of Lukla (elevation 9,383 feet). Kathmandu's small airport, where she's hoping to get to today, is congested with relief planes. "Nepal's government says the needs of its people are acute, with 3,700 dead and the toll expected to rise. Also, more than 6,300 people are injured, and tens of thousands lost homes."

The Washington Post released its list of America's Most Challenging High Schools. Charlotte did not represent.

Wells Fargo unveils a new national ad that features a same-sex couple — a first for the company and for the banking industry.

Bruce Jenner's interview with Diane Sawyer on Friday night, in which he not only admitted he was transitioning to a woman, but also that he's a Republican, got a little attention: "16.9 million viewers, with just under a million tweets from 403,000 unique authors."

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