Local News Stories
The two-day festival is the largest LGBTQ festival between Atlanta and Washington D.C. The celebration is located on S. Tryon Street and begins on August 15th going through the following day. Read More »
The bridge on Eastway Drive will reopen in September, according to an official at the Charlotte Department of Transportation. Read More »
The back to back NFC South Division Champs look to make it a three-peat, but there will be several roster spots up for grabs that will be determined in training camp. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, July 29th.
Police have arrested a Rock Hill mother after they say she admitted to burying her newborn in her back yard. Read More »
A local YMCA director is lacing up his running shoes in an effort to make sure more kids learn to swim. Read More »
Gaston County Police are investigating a shooting that occurred this morning on Stanley Lucia Road near Mount Holly. Read More »
In an exclusive interview, Panthers GM Dave Gettleman says last years run to the playoffs, fueled by seven rookie starters and their veteran mentors, was not a mirage. Read More »
Opening statements should start Monday in the criminal trial for CMPD Officer Wes Kerrick. He's charged with voluntary manslaughter in the 2013 shooting death of Jonathan Ferrell. Read More »
It took seven fire departments two hours to contain the blaze at the Burke County landfill on Marsh Trail. Read More »
The deaths of nine people at a church in Charleston has led to an increase in police patrols around local houses of worship. CMPD is holding a free church safety seminar on Friday. Read More »
Charlotte Area Transit officials say a subcontractor is responsible for digging a hole a man fell into near construction for the Blue Line Extension. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, July 28th.
A GoFundMe account set up to support Officer Wes Kerrick and his family has received over $12,500 in donations. Read More »
On Tuesday at midnight, the American flag will be lowered and fire trucks will leave the Providence Volunteer Fire Department for a final time. Read More »