Local News Stories
Snowfall in the high country could mean the Charlotte area could see snowfall as early as 10 o'clock tonight. Read More »
Police are asking for assistance to locate a missing teen, Aishon Bennett, 14. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Thursday, October 30th.
Democrat Irwin Carmichael and Republican Chris Hailey talk about their vision for the Mecklenburg county sheriff's office. Read More »
Thieves broke in Wednesday night and stole two laptops and a donation box filled with money. Read More »
A winter storm warning in the mountains and a major drop in temperatures Thursday night means trick-or-treaters may need to bundle up. Read More »
York County Sheriff's Deputies asked Jason Knapp Thursday to stop running near Orchard Park Elementary School. Alert parents noticed Knapp recently and reported him. Read More »
A North Carolina man plead guilty for attempting to aid international terrorist Thursday.
Tailgaters were eager for the start of tonight's face off between the New Orleans Saints and the Carolina Panthers. Read More »
Police responded to a crash involving a pedestrian on Steele Creek Road near the intersection of South Tryon St. Read More »
Due to a vehicle crash on the I-485 inner loop at mile marker 54, I-485 will be closed on the inner loop side starting from John Street to Providence Road. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, October 30th.
Parents in Gastonia fought to keep the high school program at their children's charter school open. Now, they want board members to pay. Read More »
Only on the web, UNC Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt talks to WCCB News @ Ten anchor Morgan Fogarty about why non-student athletes were steered into the fake classes and more. Read More »
The NCAA could announce sanctions against the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill any day now for its massive academic fraud scandal. The woman tasked with putting the university back on track talked with WCCB News @ Ten anchor Morgan Fogarty about what's next. Read More »