Local News Stories
We're getting reactions about President Obama's historic change in policy toward Cuba from Cuban-Americans who live here in Charlotte. Read More »
Police have arrested and charged the individual who made threats against Providence High School.
Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, December 16th.
The person who made death threats against Providence High School is still free. No charges have been filed, but we do know more about him and how police tracked him down. Read More »
The Lynx Gold Line is on schedule, despite an error in the track design for the streetcar project. Read More »
A local six-year-old girl wants to make sure kids less fortunate than she have presents to open this Christmas. That's why she's giving up all of hers. Read More »
Police are investigating a case of a 14-year-old boy who shot and killed a suspected home intruder Tuesday evening. Listen to the 911 call. Read More »
Charlotte celebrated the start of Hanukkah Tuesday night with the lighting of a giant Menorah at Southpark Mall. The Menorah is inside at the Circle Court. Read More »
Department of Transportation Secretary and former Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx kicked off the annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" holiday crackdown Tuesday. Read More »
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police say a man trying to break-in to a home Tuesday evening was shot and killed by a grandchild inside the house. Read More »
Police say a man died Tuesday from the injuries he sustained in a wreck in November. Read More »
Check out the Charlotte area mugshots from Monday, December 15th.
Congestion and safety concerns are fueling a debate over a new grocery store planned for Cotswold. Read More »
Monday night, dozens of people honored the victims of domestic violence murders in North Carolina with a special Christmas tree lighting in Uptown Charlotte. Read More »
The Department of Public Safety and local law enforcement are searching for an inmate from Wilkes Correctional Center, who walked away from an outside work assignment in Ashe County. Read More »