Local News Stories

Families Facing Possible Eviction if Landlord Doesn't Pay Bills

Dozens of Gastonia families could be forced out of their apartments because of overdue water bills, and it's not their fault. Read More »

Fighting Ebola -- Local Health Workers Prep for Deadly Virus

We are learninig more about what U.S. and local officials are doing to prepare for cases right here at home. Read More »

Ebola Patient's Family: They're Terrified. They're Terrified.

The mother, sister and nephew of the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. sat down for the first time together with WCCB's Courtney Francisco. Read More »

56 Animals Rescued from Suspected Hoarder's Home

Dozens of dogs and cats rescued from a puppy mill in Rutherford County are being treated in Charlotte. Read More »

Albemarle Shooting Victim's Family Considering Cilvil Lawsuit

An attorney representing Bernard Miller's family says te 16-year-old has extremely severe injuries. Police say 15-year-old Jalen Russell shot Miller in the hip and lower abdomen on Tuesday. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots for Friday, October 3rd

Mecklenburg County Mugshots for Friday, October 3rd

TRAFFIC ALERT: Water Main Break Slows Traffic On I-485

A water main break in south Charlotte is causing traffic problems. Read More »

Crabs On A Plane

A U.S. Airways flight from New York to Charlotte was delayed after crabs got loose in the cargo area of the plane. Read More »

Eviction Leads Deputies to Elderly Couple Shot in Apartment

Deputies trying to evict an elderly couple from their South Charlotte apartment uncovered a murder-suicide instead. Read More »

NAACP Speaks Out on Voter ID Law

North Carolina's new voter ID law is under intense scrutiny. The Charlotte NAACP is warning voters to be on the lookout for voter intimidation scams. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots October 2nd

Check out the mugshots from Thursday, October 2nd.

Parents Weigh In on Sales Tax for Teacher Pay

A last-ditch effort to raise support for a tax hike for teacher raises. A quarter-penny sales tax will be on the November ballot in Mecklenburg County. Read More »

Community Supports Domestic Violence Victims

Community organizers held the Breaking the Chains vigil at the Beatties Ford Road Regional Library in west Charlotte Thursday night. Read More »

Police Search for East Charlotte Murder Suspect

Residents say they've seen four murder investigations in a year, and they are ready to move. Read More »

FBI Offers $5K Reward To Recover Stolen Weapons

The FBI says someone stole two guns and body armor from an agent's vehicle in Union County.