All eyes on the anthem. NFL players across the league - protesting during the National Anthem today. We're hearing from fans along with Panthers players and Head Coach Ron Rivera.
Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue was at Bank of America Stadium Sunday as a guest of owner Jerry Richardson. Before the game, Tagliabue sat down for a one on one interview with WCCB News @ Ten anchor Morgan Fogarty to talk about football, past and present.
Drew Brees shredded the league's top-ranked defense, throwing for 220 yards and three touchdowns as the New Orleans Saints defeated the previously unbeaten Carolina Panthers 34-13 on Sunday.
Saint Luke's Catholic Church in Mint Hill hosted Luke-A-Palooza on Saturday.
Concord Police are looking for a man they say broke into Globe Communications on Saturday morning.
Lancaster County officials are seeking help locating a missing Lancaster man.
Several families in East Charlotte are scrambling to find a new place to live. Residents at the Oakhurst Apartments, formerly known as Brittany Woods, say they were stunned to find eviction notices on their doors this week.
Police have identified the woman who was struck and killed by an Amtrak train in north Charlotte Friday night.
CMPD is checking on synagogues across Charlotte Friday night after a suspected hate crime.
Activists are calling on the City of Charlotte to bring back the Homicide Task Force.
CMPD's bomb detecting dogs are getting some extra training to help keep you safe.
Ardrey Kell students arriving for Friday night football against their rival Providence High say they do not expect a repeat of last week's chaos.
Police are investigating after someone robbed the Park Street Family Dollar at gunpoint Friday.
CMPD has charged four suspects for vehicle break-ins that happened overnight in southwest Charlotte.
Four teens have been charged in connection to two breaking and entering cases Thursday morning.
Police are investigating a possible hate crime after a Jewish family reported that someone drew a Swastika on their home in southwest Charlotte.
Former NFL star Charles "Peanut" Tillman spent many years doing agility drills, tackling training and footwork practice. Now, the two-time Pro Bowl player is working on firearms training, interrogation skills and investigative techniques.
The Charlotte Hornets have promoted Stephen Silas to associate head coach and has hired veteran coach Eddie Jordan as an assistant.
Republican city councilman Kenny Smith is running against Democratic colleague Vi Lyles to be the next mayor of Charlotte.