Local News Stories
Check out the mugshots from Thursday, July 24th.
People have been anticipating the new I-485 loop from Johnston Road for over a year now, but they weren't anticipating a misspelling of Pineville. Read More »
That employee tells WCCB about his unusual reaction and why he says he won't let the experience scare him away from work. Read More »
More shocking testimony in the trial of a former high school coach accused of sex crimes with athletes on his wrestling team. Read More »
Some lawmakers in Washington accuse the Obama administration of using the ban to impose an economic boycott of Israel. Read More »
Wilson got a sneak peek of the Inaugural Charlotte Beerfest Thursday afternoon. It's expected to bring some of the biggest names in craft brewing to the QC on September 20. Read More »
A large crowd at the Cornelius town hall proved people are not happy about toll lanes on I-77. The NC DOT says the hot lanes from uptown Charlotte to Mooresville would ease congestion and create jobs. Read More »
A former Rowan County teacher and Boy Scout leader accused of child sex crimes now faces a new felony charge connected to events in 1995. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, July 23rd.
Three men were arrested in a child porn bust after months long investigations by CMPD. Read More »
Hickory Furniture Mart celebrates local furniture heritage and artistry by inviting local furniture craftsmen and artisans to participate in their annual Furniture Festival & Clearance Sale this weekend. Read More »
A record-breaking business deal about a year in the making was made official. It will likely mean hundreds of new jobs. And it also sends a clear political message about North Carolina's business prowess. Read More »
Officials say the hot lane would not only ease congestion, but could indirectly create as many as 20,000 jobs over the next few years. Read More »
CMPD and a company called Nextdoor are working together, using social media to create stronger and safer neighborhoods. Read More »
Wednesday, a judge threw out the injunction filed by upset parents who wanted to stop the redistricting process in Union County schools. Read More »