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Piedmont Community Charter to Keep High School

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 »

Bonus Web Exclusive: UNC Chancellor Carol Folt on The Get

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 Get: UNC Chancellor Carol Folt

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 »

Hornets Bring Back the Buzz in Thrilling Home Opener

A lot of excitement Wednesday for the regular season return of the Charlotte Hornets, and the team did not disappoint. Read More »

Hornets' Taylor pleads guilty in Michigan case

Charlotte Hornets forward Jeffery Taylor has pleaded guilty to two charges as part of a deal in a Michigan assault case. Read More »

Appeals Court In Va. reviewing NC Abortion Law

North Carolina's solicitor general on Wednesday urged a federal appeals court to revive a state law that would require abortion providers to show and describe an ultrasound of the fetus to the pregnant woman, even if the patient refuses to look or listen.

Mecklenburg County Mugshots October 28th

Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, October 28th.

Avoid Nations Ford Road and Arrowood Road

CMPD says intersection of Nations Ford Road and Arrowood Road will be closed most of the day due to a crash that took power lines down. Read More »

Police Dept. Opens Up to Clear Up Dog Controversy

WCCB Charlotte has the first look at a police dog at the center of controversy over his treatment at the Salisbury Police Department. Read More »

Health Dept Tight-Lipped About Ebola Monitoring

WCCB is pushing for answers about the exact number of people being monitored for Ebola in Mecklenburg County, where they flew into and how long they've been here. Read More »

Update: Residents Want Mobile Home Park Cleaned Up

Residents in a Gastonia mobile home park say they've been living in horrible conditions. Read More »

Michael Jordan Talks Hornets Return

Michael Jordan is talking about rebuilding the Hornets brand, and reconnecting the team with the Queen City. Read More »

Officials: Ferguson Police Chief Expected to Step Down

The police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, is expected to step down as part of the effort by city officials to reform the Police Department, according to government officials familiar with the discussion ongoing between local, state and federal officials. Read More »

Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis Get Big-Name Support Before Election

One week from election day, both Republican Thom Tillis and Democrat Kay Hagan are getting big-name help campaigning for U.S. Senate. Read More »

Battery Manufacturer Plans to Hire 2,500

A Swiss battery manufacturer plans to bring at least 2,500 jobs to the Charlotte area over the next three years. Read More »

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