Local News Stories

Mother of Fired Salisbury Officer: He Didn't Do Anything but Voice His Opinion

Controversy is brewing in Salisbury after the Chief of Police fired an officer Friday over a Facebook post. Read More »

Senator Kay Hagan Says Goodbye to Fellow Senators

U.S. Senator Kay Hagan said goodbye Friday night to fellow Senators and supporters. She was defeated in the November midterm elections by Republican and former North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis. Read More »

IRS Phone Scam Targets More Than a Thousand Victims

The IRS wants local tax payers to know they will never ask for credit or debit information over the phone, nor will they threaten to arrest you if you don't pay. Read More »

Salisbury Police Officer Fired For Facebook Comment

Officials say a Salisbury Police officer has been fired for making an inappropriate comment on Facebook. Read More »

Charlotte 49ers Baseball Reinstated Following Hazing Allegations, 5 Players Dismissed From Team

The coach of the Charlotte 49ers baseball team has dismissed five players following an investigation into hazing allegations. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots December 11th

Check out the mugshots from Thursday, December 11th.

CMPD Cop in Court for Deadly Shooting

What happened in the courtroom was brisk and orderly. What happened outside was quite the opposite. Read More »

Police Search for South Charlotte Murder Suspect

New help in the manhunt for a suspect in a south Charlotte murder. There are now electronic billboards in four states with his picture on them. Read More »

Cam Newton Says He's Not Worried About When He's Coming Back

"I'm looking at this truck, and I'm like, 'Somebody's supposed to be dead.'" Those are the words of Cam Newton, talking about the crash that sidelined him. Read More »

Good Friends Raise Nearly $273,000 for Needy Families

More than 1,200 women attended the group's 28th annual luncheon at the convention center. The Good Friends tradition began in 1987. Read More »

Johnson C. Smith Going Tobacco-Free

Tobacco and other smoking products, including e-cigarettes, will be banned from the west Charlotte campus as of January 1. Read More »

No Injuries In Gastonia House Fire

A smoke detector helped two residents get out of their home after it caught fire Thursday morning in Gastonia. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots December 10th

Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, December 10th.

Ebola Survivors Share Time Magazine's Person of the Year

A special honor for Samaritan's Purse doctor Kent Brantly. The Ebola survivor is one of five Ebola fighters who will share the honor of being Time magazine's Person of the Year. Read More »

QB Derek Anderson to Start for Panthers on Sunday

With Cam out, the Panthers will turn to backup quarterback Derek Anderson for Sunday's game. Read More »

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