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 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is investigating a homicide in Grier Heights.
The CMPD has arrested a teen suspected of multiple break-ins in the last two weeks after receiving a breaking and entering call from a homeowner hiding in a closet.
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.
Alevo USA, Inc. and Alevo Manufacturing, Inc. will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today and close operations at their facility in Concord, NC.
An Amtrak Train has collided with a tractor trailer early Friday morning in Patrick, SC.
Police are seeking assistance in locating Stephen Wayne Wilburn.
A local man who grew up in Barcelona has friends and family living there, including his son, who captured video of the scenes following the attack on Las Ramblas.
A total solar eclipse occurs Aug. 21 in the United States, starting in Oregon and sweeping across the country to South Carolina.
Two people were killed in a single-vehicle accident that happened in Lenoir.
Finding solar eclipse glasses in Charlotte as been a difficult task in the last week.
Police say they arrested a man for breaking into Independence High School overnight.
The winning numbers for the August 16, 2017 North Carolina Powerball are in.
The violence in Virginia has sparked conversations nationwide and right here in our area. Organizers of a more than century old tradition in Newton are on alert but are hoping for no problems at Thursday's parade.
A local business owner is celebrating the historic solar eclipse by giving away 500 pairs of glasses.
Diondre Bittle and Cordero McCoy were both found not guilty Wednesday after being tried for the murder of Shawn Parker back in June 2015.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead in the bathroom of a SouthPark Harris Teeter Wednesday night.
The City of Charlotte announced today that Deputy Chief Howard “Pete” Key has been selected to lead Charlotte Fire Department (CFD) as interim chief, effective Sept. 1.
“We’re really excited about the opening of schools. We’re really excited about what we can do for the kids,” said Dr. Clayton M. Wilcox, superintendent of CMS, at an Aug. 16 media briefing. “We’re going to build on a rich legacy of success.”