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Police Search for Myers Park Flasher

Three high school girls, out for an after-school run, confronted by a man exposing himself. Read More »

Join the Street Team at JJ's Red Hots on East Blvd Today at Lunch!

The CW Street Team will be at JJ's Red Hots on East Blvd 11:30am-1:30pm today, giving out cool Flash prizes! Try JJ's Flash Dog and King of Pops' Flash Pop, created just for WCCB! Read More »

EXCLUSIVE: Family of Ebola Patient Sends Message to Loved One Through WCCB

The nephew of the man suffering from Ebola sends a message to his loved one through WCCB News. Read More »

Local Politician Says Consolidation Would Keep Schools Safer

WCCB Charlotte was also there as Albemarle High School students returned to class, a day after one of their classmates shot and wounded another student. Read More »

Former Middle School Coach Charged

A former middle school coach in Mooresville has been arrested and accused of sending sexual text messages to students. Read More »

Casey Parsons Pleads Guilty to Fraud Charges

The adoptive mother of a missing Salisbury girl faces a maximum 200 years in prison for federal fraud charges. Read More »

Panthers' DE Frank Alexander Suspended 10 Games

Carolina Panthers defensive end Frank Alexander has been suspended for 10 games for violating the NFL's policy on substance abuse, again.

Mecklenburg County Mugshots September 30th

Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, September 30th.

School Shooting Suspect's Mother Says Her Son Was also a Victim

The suspect's mother spoke only to WCCB to explain why she believes her son shot classmate. Read More »

North Carolina Ranks as Worst State for Teachers

Wallethub.com looked at salary, employment rate, and academic factors in all fifty states and the District of Columbia. North Carolina is ranked 51st overall. Read More »

BCC Rally Pink Bow Campaign

Time to buy your pink bows! In 2013 BCC Rally raised $220,000, of which $75,000 was from the Pink Bow Campaign, all to benefit Susan G. Komen. Read More »

Superintendent, Principal Increase School Security After Shooting

As students head back to class one day after a student was shot by a classmate one campus, school and district administrators are making it clear that Albemarle High School is safe.

School System Alerts Parents About Shooting Via Phone Call

Albemarle High School parents got the calls Tuesday morning. From the moment the first bullet was fired, it took school staff and first responders just under 90 minutes to secure the building and evacuate all the students. Read More »

Albemarle Community Holds Prayer Vigil in Wake of School Shooting

Parents and students came together to pray and sing. Police say this is an isolated incident, but parents don't see it that way. Read More »

Worker Killed At East Charlotte Recycling Plant

Officials say a worker at an east Charlotte recycling plant was killed Tuesday. Read More »

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