Family Dollar announced Thursday that its board of directors unanimously rejected the non-bidding proposal from Dollar General based on anti-trust issues.
Teachers at Lake Wylie Elementary getting ready to welcome their students for the first day of school on Monday, August 25th.
CMS is just days away from their new school year. Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison talks about what we can expect and the challenges that are ahead.
Bank of America says they reached a settlement with U.S. Department of Justice, federal agencies and six states to resolve mortgage-related litigations and investigations Thursday.
Check out the mugshots from Wednesday, August 20th.
Joan Rivers and her "Fashion Police" team has nothing on "The Snark" and the "Trash Police."
It's WCCB Night at the Southern Ideal Home Show on Friday, August 22nd.
A man has died after he was hit by a train in Salisbury.
Skip is a full grown Lab that loves belly rubs and ear scratches.
Samaritan's Purse Dr. Kent Brantly will be released from Emory University Hospital following a news conference at 11 a.m. where he is expected to speak.
CMPD responded to a domestic dispute that left one man shot in the stomach on Dawnshire Avenue around 2 a.m. Thursday.
Police responded to an attempted robbery that left one man shot in the leg on Melbourne court early Thursday morning.
WCCB found that Eric Thompson's allegedly illegal activities have led him to criss cross the state and the country, violently forcing women into sex slavery.
It's common sense. Lock your car doors. Hide your valuables. But people in Charlotte are still not getting the message.
School buses will pick up more than 120,000 students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Monday. With it comes added safety measures.