We're just hours from a once in a lifetime event. Eyes across the nation will be on the sky, for a coast to coast total solar eclipse that will turn day into night.
An 8-year-old Cleveland County girl died Sunday after being struck in the head by a stray bullet. Investigators say she is the innocent victim of gang violence. Lamaya Bradley lived near Boiling Springs, in Cleveland County.
In Charlotte, hundreds gathered in Uptown to support Charlottesville after violent clashes between white supremacists and protesters. CMPD also worked to calm fears after a rumor spread about the KKK marching in Uptown.
The looming solar eclipse could cause traffic headaches across the Charlotte area Monday. More than two million people are expected to pass through our area on their way to the total eclipse zone.
More than two dozen families in Matthews say they're worried a development project could force them out of their homes. The town is considering a re-zoning plan to build 350 apartments off Matthews-Mint Hill Road.
Hundreds of people gathered in Marshall Park Sunday night at a vigil for Charlottesville victims. People were asked to turn on flashlights to show solidarity with the people there.
Sunday morning, golfers tee off for the final round of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow. Organizers hope Mother Nature will keep the rain and storms away.
The first round of the PGA Championship is now underway at Quail Hollow. Already, PGA officials say they'd like to bring the event back to Charlotte in a few years.
We are less than 24 hours away from the Carolina Panthers preseason opener against the Houston Texans, right here on WCCB Charlotte. Tonight, we know for sure that Cam Newton will not be playing.