National/World

The US Ebola Case: 5 Things To Know

Health officials on Tuesday announced the first case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States - a man isolated in intensive care at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. Read More »

Congress Scrutinizes White House Security Following Breach

A man with a knife jumped the fence, made it inside the White House, and all the way to the East Room on September 19th. Read More »

Officials Confirm First Ebola Case Diagnosed In US

A patient being treated at a Dallas hospital has tested positive for Ebola, the first case of the disease to be diagnosed in the United States, federal health officials announced Tuesday. Read More »

Olympian Michael Phelps Apologizes For DUI Arrest

Olympic champion Michael Phelps is apologizing for his latest brush with the law, saying he is 'deeply sorry to everyone I have let down' with an arrest early Tuesday on a DUI charge. Read More »

Police: 1 Child Hurt, School Evacuated In Kentucky

Police say one child has been injured and a high school has been evacuated after a report of weapons seen on the campus in Louisville, Kentucky. Read More »

California Becomes First State To Ban Plastic Bags

Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed legislation imposing the nation's first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags, driven to action by a buildup of litter and damage to aquatic ecosystems. Read More »

Police Hold Evidence In UVA Missing Student Case

The lawyer for the man charged in a University of Virginia student's disappearance says police haven't told him what evidence they have against his client in that case or another young woman's disappearance and death. Read More »

Deer Decapitated By Roller Coaster, Riders Showered With Blood

A roller coaster in England hit and decapitated a deer that had strayed too close to the tracks. Read More »

Tony Stewart Breaks Silence on Kevin Ward Jr. Death

Three-time NASCAR Champion Tony Stewart is breaking his silence days after a Grand Jury decided not to indict him in the death of dirt track driver Kevin Ward Jr.

President Obama: Intelligence Community Underestimated ISIS Threat

President Obama is taking some heat after admitting the terror group ISIS is proving more powerful than the U.S. first thought. Read More »

Veterans Turn To Marijuana To Cope With PTSD

Hundreds of veterans in Colorado are turning to Marijuana to deal with PTSD. Read More »

Denver Bank Robbery Suspect Hams It Up In Mug Shot

A man captured after authorities say he tried to flee a bank robbery in Denver doesn't seem too upset about his arrest. Read More »

Ferguson Officer Shot; Police Say No Protest Link

Authorities searched Sunday for two men suspected of shooting and wounding a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, the St. Louis suburb where there have been angry protests since a white officer fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old black man last month. Read More »

Chicago Airport Fire Strands Travelers in QC

A fire at a Chicago control tower cancelled eight flights from the Queen City to the Windy City, and left hundreds stranded.

More Countries Join U.S.-Led Coalition Against ISIS

New airtrikes against ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria. It comes as some lawmakers suggest there need to be U.S. boots on the ground. Read More »

FAA Facility Fire Stops Hundreds Of Chicago Flights

A fire at the FAA facility in Chicago has delayed flights leaving from Charlotte to O'Hare International Airport by more than hour. Read More »

Nancy Writebol Wants to Return to West Africa

For many, Charlotte missionary Nancy Writebol became the face of the Ebola outbreak. WCCB spoke one on one with her and her husband David Wednesday.

Third American Ebola Patient Released from Hospital

Dr. Rick Sacra was released from Nebraska Medical Center Thursday after being declared Ebola free. He contracted the virus while delivering babies in Liberia. Read More »

Attorney General Eric Holder Resigns

After six years on the job, Eric Holder is resigning as head of the Justice Department. Read More »

Ferguson Chief Apologizes In Video To Brown Family

The Missouri police chief whose officer fatally shot an unarmed 18-year-old last month released a video Thursday apologizing to the family and the community, saying Michael Brown's body remained on the street for too long after he was killed. Read More »

Official Says Attorney General Eric Holder Is Resigning

A White House official says Attorney General Eric Holder is resigning. Read More »

Suspect Captured But UVA Student Still Missing

A man charged with abducting a missing University of Virginia sophomore has been captured in Texas and is awaiting extradition - but there is still no sign of the student, authorities said. Read More »

Cat Stevens Cancels New York Show, Blames Scalpers

Cat Stevens is canceling his New York performance just weeks after announcing a six-city tour. Read More »

Tensions Heat Back Up In Ferguson

Five people were arrested as tensions flared again in Ferguson, Missouri, with people threatening officers, shooting at them, throwing rocks and bottles, and one person tossing a Molotov cocktail at a parking structure, police say. Read More »

Grand Jury Finds No Evidence To Charge Tony Stewart

A grand jury will not charge NASCAR driver Tony Stewart for the fatal accident that killed Kevin Ward Jr at a dirt track in New York. Read More »