Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, June 18th.
A 10-year-old boy accidentally drowned while swimming in his family's pool. Read More »
Duke Energy is ordered again by State Officials to address the piping systems in coal ash dams at three of the utility's power plants. Read More »
The Attorney General, Roy Cooper, has urged the General Assembly not to pass along coal ash clean up costs to consumers through higher utility rates in a letter. Read More »
Charlotte Premium Outlets, located in the Steele Creek neighborhood of Charlotte, announces the addition of 22 new stores. Read More »
The Southern Piedmont area is in the middle of a heat wave this week Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Tuesday, June 17th.
A North Carolina House committee has canceled a meeting on legislation that would have cleared the way for use of a kind of medicinal marijuana to treat a seizure disorder. Read More »
State lawmakers have pushed through a bill that supporters hope will close the question of who should run Charlotte-Douglas International.
Police departments are possibly spying in secret! That's what public records requests show: covert NSA-style cell phone eavesdropping.
Five warships and more than 500 Marines, including some from Camp Lejeune, are on standby in the Persian Gulf.
The General Assembly has clarified that the Charlotte Douglas International Airport will be run by a commission overseeing all aspects of the airport on behalf of the city. Read More »
A no swimming advisory was issued today for a portion of Lake Wylie in Charlotte. Read More »
Lawmakers passed a bill Tuesday to name a ranger station in honor of fallen U.S. Forest Service Officer Jason Crisp. Read More »
A silver alert has been issued for a 73-year-old man believed to be suffering from dementia. Read More »
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