Local News Stories

Find Out Where To Vote In Mecklenburg County

It's election day! The polls are open from 6:30am-7:30pm in Mecklenburg County. Read More »

Experts: ISIL Worse Than Al Qaeda

Here is a snapshot of what ISIL is and how it expertly uses social media to spread its message of violence. Read More »

NC Senate Race Hits Home Stretch

North Carolina's senate race is one of nine that could change the balance of power in Washington. Read More »

Police Search for Suspected Gang Member Wanted for Murder

A suspected gang member wanted by the FBI for a murder in South Charlotte may have left the state. Read More »

Voters to Decide on $146 Million in Bonds

Voters will decide Tuesday whether to approve nearly $146 million in bonds for projects including transportation, low-income housing and neighborhood improvements. Read More »

CMS: Superintendent Heath Morrison Resigns

CMS officials have now confirmed that Heath E. Morrison will resign as superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools on Thursday. Read More »

H&M to Open New Store at SouthPark Mall this Week

Retailer H&M will open a new store at SouthPark Mall on November 6, 2014 at noon. Read More »

The Penguin Drive-In Owner Agrees To Hand Over Keys To Iconic Restaurant

The owner of a famous Plaza-Midwood restaurant, The Penguin Drive-In, has agreed to turn over the keys to the landlord. Read More »

Taylor Swift Announces Return To Charlotte

Musician Taylor Swift will return to Charlotte for her 'The 1989 World Tour.' Read More »

York County Officers Bust Two Underage Drinking Parties

York County Sheriff's Deputies busted two underage drinking parties over the weekend. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots November 2, 2014

Check out the Charlotte area mugshots from November 2, 2014.

Preliminary Test Results Negative For Ebola For Duke University Hospital Patient

Officials say the preliminary test results for the patient showing symptoms of Ebola at Duke University Hospital were negative.

Cramerton Family Pushes for Crosswalk & Sidewalks after Teen Struck, Killed by Car

A family in mourning rallies a community for changes after a driver hits and kills a teenager on his way to school. Read More »

NC DHHS Monitoring Traveler at Duke University Hospital for Ebola

The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, Durham and Person County Health Departments are working closely with Duke University Hospital to monitor a patient who departed from Liberia and arrived in the United States on Friday. Read More »

Mecklenburg County Mugshots November 1st

Check out the mugshots from Saturday, November 1st.

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