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State, Local Leaders Discuss Charlotte Church Arson

Police are still questioning people to find out why someone burnt Charlotte's Briar Creek Baptist Church last Wednesday. Read More »

Kerrick's Attorneys Ask Judge To Reconsider Change Of Venue

Kerrick's attorneys say the city made a fair trial almost impossible when it signed off on a civil settlement. Read More »

4th Of July Events Around Charlotte

Check out these events happening for the 4th of July weekend in the Charlotte area. Read More »

Woman Faces Animal Cruelty Charge After Accidentally Dragging Dog

Officers say it appears the dog's chain got caught on the back of the car and the woman didn't know. Read More »

Injured Grandmother Speaks After Double Shooting

A woman walks WCCB Charlotte through the moments her grandson started shooting at her until a witness stepped in, killing him. Read More »

The Watch with Will Kennedy: CMPD Wants You to Hide, Lock and Take

Larceny From Auto. The numbers for this crime are spiking, especially at parks across the Charlotte area. Read More »

This Independence Day is Wounded Warrior Project® Day at BI‑LO.

BI‑LO is extremely proud to announce that on Saturday, July 4th, every cent of every dollar of profit generated at every BI‑LO store, will go to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). Read More »

DOJ Tries To Stop Electrolux/GE Deal

Electrolux says it will fight the federal government's attempt to stop it from buying General Electric's appliance business. Read More »

Millbrook Road Railroad Crossing To Close

A well-traveled road in Harrisburg is closing, and it's causing major hassle and confusion for many motorists. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots June 30th

Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, June 30th.

Former ADA Shoots Man Police Say Was Firing At Grandmother

A former Mecklenburg County Assistant District Attorney is now involved in a criminal investigation himself after police say he shot and killed a man in Charlotte's Belmont neighborhood. Read More »

Local Business Leaders Take I-77 Toll Lane Fight To Raleigh

With construction is set to begin this summer, the project is costing taxpayers $95 million to add 100 lane miles. Read More »

$10,000 Reward Offered In Gun Robbery Case

There's a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thieves who stole 16 weapons from a gun shop in Gastonia. Read More »

Growing Jobs With Apprenticeships

U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez is highlighting apprenticeship as a way to grow jobs. Read More »

Police Seek Owner Of Wandering Donkey

The gray and white male donkey was walking along Stoney Creek Farm Drive on Friday. It has a tag number. Read More »

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