The City of Charlotte is looking for ways to speed up your commute through Uptown. Monday night, City Council gave the green-light for a plan to allow traffic lights to be adjusted remotely.
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Special tree lighting ceremony honors victims of Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting massacre
Parents in Concord are declaring victory in the fight to save their neighborhood school. Dozens spoke out last week against the plan to move students from Beverly Hills STEM Elementary — to a new school in Kannapolis.
Crews are working frantically to restore power in the foothills tonight as dangerously cold temperatures set in. Heavy, wet snow tore down trees and power lines. Caldwell County had the most trouble.
Salt and snow plow crews do not expect roads in the mountains to be clear by Saturday morning.
North Carolina Department of Transportation crews are working around the clock as snow continues to pound several area counties.
Charlotte Department of Transportation crews have started salting city bridges as well as hospital entrances and other emergency roads just as a precaution through the night and into tomorrow morning.
Christenbury Eye Center Announces Closing, Cites “Health Reasons” For Jonathan Christenbury’s Departure
The Christenbury Eye Center is closing after serving the Charlotte area for more than 30 years.
An obese squirrel was caught on video stealing gourmet chocolate and lip balm that a family leaves outside as a holiday treat for delivery people.
Officials say cyber criminals are redoubling their efforts to penetrate Mecklenburg County’s systems after they refused to pay a ransom to hackers.