Is there a way to predict a police officer’s behavior? CMPD is using new technology to determine which officers are at highest risk for having bad interactions with the public.
Debate raging again at Tuesday night’s County Commission meeting over Mecklenburg County’s Participation in the 287g program. It allows the Sheriff’s Office to partner with ICE to check a suspect’s immigration status.
Charlotte City Council gave the go ahead Monday night on a controversial rezoning project near Mountain Island Lake. A developer wants to build nearly 100 affordable housing units, but there’s a catch.
Sandy Parsons is back in the Rowan County Jail and is set to face a judge Thursday. He and his wife Casey, who was in court Wednesday, are accused of murdering their adopted daughter Erica.
Officials say Sandy Parsons was returned to Rowan County custody around 4pm Wednesday from a federal facility in Milan, Michigan.
Students at several Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools joined others across the country for a walkout Wednesday. They want to call attention to school safety concerns in the wake of the Florida school shooting.
A Charlotte lawmaker is drafting a bill that would add new restrictions on buying rifles in North Carolina. State Representative Rodney Moore says he wants to take pro-active steps to prevent school shootings.
Neighbors in South Charlotte say they’re growing frustrated about continued bow hunting near their homes. It has some people worried for their safety and for their pets.
As lawmakers discuss new gun restrictions, sales of assault-style rifles are skyrocketing. But it’s not just in stores. Some are turning to do-it-yourself websites. They allow you to avoid background checks, by assembling your own “ghost gun.”
There’s growing concern President Trump’s plan to impose a tariff on steel and aluminum could lead to a trade war. If that happens, it could impact you in several ways, including higher prices for some goods.