Thousands of NASCAR fans are kicking off race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway, and campers are already filling up the campgrounds.
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Charlotte-Mecklenburg teachers continue to push for pay raises, student safety, and building improvements.
CMPD has charged two suspects in connection to a homicide that happened late Saturday night.
The owner of Collision Warehouse in west Charlotte told officials they had a small explosion happen overnight.
Police are investigating after a man was found unresponsive in a vehicle on Rozzelles Ferry Road.
Visit York County, S.C. will co-host the Queen City Athletic Association (QCAA) Rumble this weekend, May 18-20.
Check out the Gaston County Mugshots from May 16th, 2018.
Check out the Mecklenburg County mugshots from May 16th.
A driver is dead after his car struck a tree in north Charlotte, according to the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department.
When the temperature starts to warm up, sometimes all we want to do is sit outside and enjoy the glorious weather with a drink in hand and some great music.
Bold. Brash. Brazen. Some even called him a bully. He fought to win, and he won a lot. And now, he's fighting again.
Hundreds of Charlotte teachers are back home after joining thousands of educators who marched in Raleigh to demand lawmakers do more to raise teacher pay and education spending.
Detectives arrested six suspects on multiple drug charges at a motel in Burke County.
CMPD now says the man originally identified as a passenger was actually the driver in a deadly October crash.
WCCB's Will Kennedy was in Raleigh Wednesday as thousands of teachers from across the state rallied for better pay and more school funding.
Three days of family fun and excitement will kickoff Friday, May 24th in Uptown for the 24th Annual Circle K Speed Street presented by Coca-Cola.
Thousands of teachers filled the streets of North Carolina’s capital Wednesday demanding better pay and more funding for public schools, continuing the trend of educators around the country rising up to pressure lawmakers for change.
Stolen vehicles and registration plates from several North and South Carolina counties were found Monday while deputies were executing a search warrant.