Local News Stories

The Watch with Will Kennedy: Cops and Barbers

CMPD is hoping to bring honest communication to Queen City neighborhoods with a program dubbed Cops and Barbers. Read More »

New Details in Case of Elderly Woman Attacked at Harris Teeter

WCCB Charlotte is learning more about the man police say attacked an 83-year-old woman and stole her car at the Cotswold Harris Teeter. Read More »

Flight From Charlotte to Denver Makes Emergency Landing

U.S. Airways is trying to figure out what caused smoke to fill a plane flying from Charlotte to Denver. Read More »

Civil Service Board Refuses to Hear Case of Fired CFD Investigator

The board ruled against Crystal Eschert late Wednesday, saying it couldn't get involved because she didn't take the civil service exam. Read More »

Bond Raised for Suspected Child Molester

A man accused of molesting a boy inside a movie theater bathroom in Lowell may have done something similar before. Read More »

Police Address Race Related Issues At Town Hall Event

A press conference to discuss police and race relations will be held Sunday. Read More »

Monroe Executive Airport Closed After Plane Misses Runway

The Monroe Executive Airport is closed after a small plane missed the runway and ended up in a field about 100 yards north of the airport. Read More »

Pedestrians Struck By Car At Wendover And Home Depot Drive

Two mothers on bikes with child carriers were hit by a mini-van as they tried to cross the street near Home Depot on Wendover Road Wednesday morning. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots February, 3rd

Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, February 3rd.

Elderly Woman Assaulted and Carjacked

The attack happened around 11:30 Tuesday morning outside the Cotswold Harris Teeter. Read More »

LGBT Community Reacts After Controversial City Council Vote

The fight is not over. That's the message from the LGBT community in Charlotte following Monday night's controversial city council vote. Read More »

Widen I-77 Asks for Injunction on Toll Lane Project

A judge will decide by the end of the week whether to put a temporary stop to the plan for toll lanes on I-77 from Uptown Charlotte to Mooresville. Read More »

Plea Deal Reveals How Paula Broadwell Accessed Petraeus' Black Books

Tuesday, his attorneys filed a plea deal, agreeing to two years probation and a $40,000 fine for giving his classified government notes to his Charlotte biographer, Paula Broadwell. Read More »

Lake Wylie Murder Suspect's Probation Revoked

The man charged with the murder of a Lake Wylie couple could could be extradited to York County as early as next week. Read More »

Broad River Furniture To Establish Corporate Campus In Fort Mill

Broad River Furniture, an Ashley Furniture licensee, has announced that it is establishing a corporate campus in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Read More »

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