A lot of excitement Wednesday for the regular season return of the Charlotte Hornets, and the team did not disappoint.
The police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, is expected to step down as part of the effort by city officials to reform the Police Department, according to government officials familiar with the discussion ongoing between local, state and federal officials. Read More »
A Swiss battery manufacturer plans to bring at least 2,500 jobs to the Charlotte area over the next three years.
West Charlotte High football coach D'amon "Mo" Collins died Sunday morning. Read More »
WCCB has learned that speed and alcohol were factors in a deadly crash in southwest Charlotte early Sunday morning. Read More »
House Speaker Bobby Harrell admitted to using campaign funds to pay for personal expenses.
Police are asking for the public's help in locating a man they say went missing from a senior living facility in east Charlotte. Read More »
You can officially get gas in North Carolina for under $3 a gallon. WCCB spotted gas for under $3 a gallon at several stores in the University area Wednesday.
A small plane crash in Union County has sent one person to the hospital with serious injuries. Read More »
Officers were called to Granby Avenue shortly after 3 p.m. in regards to a pedestrian struck. Read More »
The State of North Carolina has set up an Ebola hotline to answer your questions. Read More »
Don't miss Oktoberfest on East Main Street, Old Town Rock Hill this weekend. Read More »
The 6-year-old girl whose family helped get a law passed in South Carolina allowing people suffering from severe epilepsy to use oil derived from marijuana to control their seizures has received her first dose. Read More »
A judge in Charleston says he will wait for the South Carolina Supreme Court to rule before he issues any same-sex marriage licenses. Read More »
A South Carolina court has issued a marriage license to a same-sex couple despite the state's constitutional ban against the practice and the attorney general's pledge to defend it. Read More »