Local News Stories
The sentencing of former Mayor Patrick Cannon will take place on Tuesday and supporters are lobbying the judge for leniency. Read More »
Check out the Charlotte area mugshots from October 12, 2014.
Nearly two dozen same sex couples in Asheville and Raleigh said their 'I Do's”, just hours after a judge gave the unions the green light. Mecklenburg County is next. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Saturday, October 11th.
Just before 6:00 Friday evening, a judge ruled same-sex couples can marry in North Carolina. Read More »
Thanks to some controversial new election rules, Friday was the last day to register to vote for the Novemeber 4 election. Read More »
There could be a ruling next week on the City of Charlotte's lawsuit that blocks a new commission from taking control of the airport. Read More »
Thomas Eric Duncan died Wednesday in Dallas, just ten days after becoming the first person diagnosed with Ebola on American soil. Read More »
A federal judge has struck down North Carolina's gay marriage ban, opening the way for the first same-sex weddings in the state.
Check out the mugshots from Thursday, October 9th.
House Speaker Thom Tillis and Senate leader Phil Berger filed a motion Thursday seeking to intervene in legal challenges to Amendment One. Read More »
Teachers who worked at a now shuttered charter school in South Charlotte are still waiting to be paid. Read More »
Looking for a fun, free, and safe place to trick or treat? Put the Renaissance Festival on your Halloween list of things to do with free event admission for kids, free Halloween bags, and treats to be found all around the 22-acre festival village. Read More »
Police: Three men hiding behind masks killed two Spencer men in front of their family Wednesday night. Read More »
Speed is to blame for a deadly crash that killed an 18-year-old in south Charlotte. Read More »