The Major Crash Unit is investigating a fatal pedestrian accident on North Tryon Street. Read More »
Click here for school delays due to freezing rain/icy conditions in North Carolina. Read More »
Check out these photos of the dogs and cats available for adoption from the Humane Society of Charlotte in March.
A 14-year-old boy is recovering Wednesday after he got stuck in a mud pit in Kannapolis. Read More »
Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, March 5th.
Bystanders and lifeguards sprung into action when they saw a mom driving her minivan into the ocean in Daytona Beach.
Working across county lines to fight crime. We take a look at how the Crown Town Effect is spilling over in to Gaston County's public safety.
It's one outcome after a search for the next step at a Wednesday night meeting.
Defense attorneys are working to save the life of a man convicted of a gruesome triple murder and arson.
In the wake of the recent illegal sewer dumping incidents, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department developed a plan to continue to engage with treatment plant neighbors on the issue. Read More »
The request for review was made after Wanda Sue Larson, a former DSS supervisor, was arrested for handcuffing an 11-year-old boy to the porch with a dead chicken around his neck. Read More »
Police are investigating an assault involving two women joggers in the SouthPark area. Read More »
Check out the Mecklenburg County mugshots for Tuesday, March 4th.
he Broadway musical, "Evita" is playing in Charlotte through March 9. The iconic production tells the story of Argentina's Eva Perón and has played for nearly forty years. Actor Josh Young plays "Che", who narrarates the musical.
The crisis between Russian and Ukraine is hitting close to home for Charlotteans of Ukrainian descent. South Charlotte resident Kathi Matiaszek joins us. She's been in close contact with her brother who is overseas in Kiev - about 500 miles from Crimea, which is occupied by troops. Matiaszek says her brother is seeing the effects hundreds of miles away as people protest in the square.
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