Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are investigating after an armed attempted robbery happened at the Waffle House on Stetson drive in East Charlotte. Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is investigating after reports of a shooting in the 5700 block of Albemarle road. Read More »
One person was injured after a shooting in the 900 block of Lynn Street around 11:30 Saturday night. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Saturday, March 28th.
A man was killed in a hit-and-run accident around 8:15 Saturday night in the 6400 block of South Boulevard. Read More »
A man led Police on a two-hour chase through multiple counties around 10:30 Friday night. Read More »
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police have indentified the victim of a shooting in Northwest Charlotte Friday night. Officials say 28-year-old Samil Bates died as a result of a gun shot wound. Read More »
The couple's fraud conviction has only ramped up suspicion about their role in the disappearance of their 13-year-old adopted daughter, Erica.
If a proposed bill is passed in North Carolina, local businesses and organizations could turn you away because of your personal beliefs.
A Huntersville dance teacher is behind bars and accused of sexual offenses with a former student. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Thursday, March 26th.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Learning which way is up, appreciating big bundles, loving llamas and DJ gets upset at Starbucks. A news anchor needs an anatomy lesson when she doesn't seem to know which end is up. Seems that JWoww likes her big bundles of joy about as much as her new little bundle of joy. The O.J. car chase has nothing on this live llama chase in Arizona. Apologies to the late Benny Hill. Derek gets offended at Starbucks. Hey people, he's worked hard for that booty.
A North Carolina lawmaker is pushing a bill that, if passed, would go into effect this coming December. The goal: to force drivers to put their focus back on the road.
Dean Smith is still giving to his North Carolina players - even after his death. Read More »
The county, and its cities and towns, could lose $100 million a year under a new state legislative proposal.
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