New information tonight about Charlotte’s latest murder victim. Family members say 21-year-old Zach Finch had gone to a buy a phone from someone he met through an online app.
People are being warned to stay out of the water after a large sewage spill in Charlotte. 180,000 gallons of raw sewage spilled into Kings Branch, which flows into Sugar Creek, and then the Catawba River.
Check out these photos from MLS 4 CLT Tuesday, July 18th.
Check out these photos from the Estate of the late Richard C. Siskey and Diane Siskey presented by Iron Horse Auction Co. and Leland Little Auctions.
Check out these pictures from the Joe Maus Foundation celebrity golf tournament that was held at Emerald Lake Golf Club.
New frustration tonight from neighbors living near Duke Energy coal ash pits. Concrete companies continue to import tons of ash from overseas – all while coal ash sits in the ground here.
County leaders are promising big changes after an audit of the health department. The county brought in outside consultants and conducted an internal review after almost 200 women were not notified of pap smear results in February.
Senate Republicans are back on Capitol Hill working to salvage their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. They have just three weeks until Congress goes into their August recess.
Davidson residents are hoping to stop plans to build a retail and housing development. They say the land is meant for a park.
A tree knocked power lines down on a car with people inside in Huntersville. Police closed Kerns Road near Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road.