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.
With intense heat and humidity during the summer, you could experience heat stroke or heat exhaustion if you aren’t careful. With high humidity and temperatures reaching into the 90s, it can easily feel more like 100.
Charlotte Water says an estimated 180,000 gallons of wastewater has spilled into Kings Branch, which is a tributary to Sugar Creek in the Catawba River Watershed.
Men’s Health: Learning About Fat Genes
Men's Health editor Paul Kita giving us tips on how to lose weight and look good for the beach
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Men’s Health editor Paul Kita says there’s a bunch of genes that could affect your weight. They vary based on what you eat, when you eat, how much you work out, and all kinds of things like that. Watch the full interview below:
Novant Health House Call: Dry Drowning
What parents need to know about dry drowning.
About 10 people die in the country from unintentional drowning each day. Novant Health has what every parent needs to know about it.
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.
The “No Swimming” advisory for McDowell Creek Cove on Mountain Island Lake has been lifted.
Brent Harlan, known as “Bandy” from The Matt and Ramona Show, has fought depression and anxiety for two decades. Now, new treatment is changing his life.
Greater consumption of coffee could lead to a longer life, according to two new studies published Monday.
If you’re pregnant, particularly for the first time, you’ll get plenty of unsolicited advice from family and friends.