Security cameras, locked doors, new ID badges: all helpful tools in keeping schools safe, but some teachers are saying they're not enough.
Two weeks after the arrest and resignation of Patrick Cannon, Charlotte has a new mayor.
A woman and her dog were found dead inside a burning house in North Charlotte.
The 90 minute lockdown at Northwest School of the Arts began around 1pm Wednesday after reports that a student had a weapon.
The U.S. Marshals have arrested Jean Pierre Gendron for his involvement in a recent bank robbery.
Three friends from Gaston County made a difference by collecting over 700lbs of food for Gaston County Police Department Animal Control.
One person has died in a house fire in the 5100 block of Poplar Springs Road in North Charlotte.
Charlotte Premium Outlets are looking to fill over nine-hundred jobs including management, sales and customer service positions.
Police say a man was killed after after being struck by a vehicle in east Charlotte.
Charlotte's 56th mayor will take the oath of office Wednesday. The swearing in happens at noon in the Council Chamber at the Government Center.
Kiever says he thinks his family is being targeted because he's a candidate for Rowan County Sheriff.
Former City Councilman James Mitchell says he's disappointed he wasn't the one chosen to be the next mayor.
Charlotte Bridge Home held a Veterans Summit at the Charlotte Convention Center Tuesday to help connect veterans with potential jobs.
The latest count shows fewer people are living on the streets of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, with the numbers down 17 percent from last year.
The students are asking to be able to use the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
A Marine standing guard at Camp Lejeune's main gate discharged an M4 rifle, killing another Marine guard.
Employee compensation, increased choice and school support top priorities for superintendent.
Local SUBWAY restaurants to Celebrate Volunteer Week with Lunch Deliveries across Carolinas for Habitat Volunteers
Locally-owned SUBWAY® restaurants are thanking Habitat volunteers at work sites across the Carolinas with a free catered lunch during National Volunteer Week, April 6-12.
As all eyes focus on Charlotte's new mayor Dan Clodfelter, political experts say the time is now to start working to regain the public's trust.