A local mom thought she had plenty of time to get to the hospital to give birth to her third baby. But the baby had other plans. Now, meet Mia and the Rock Hill firefighters who came to her rescue.
A Gaston County Commissioner pleads guilt to assault on a female, and has said he will not step down from his elected position. Now, his victim speaks out, and so do his fellow commissioners.
Preseason game 4 was the last night Thomas Davis will play with his teammates for some time. His four game suspension starts week one of the regular season. Davis first told WCCB News @ Ten anchor Morgan Fogarty a few weeks ago about his plans for game day, but has since learned the NFL won’t allow it.
Joey Hewell and his husband, Scott, will leave behind their primary ownership role at the popular NoDa Company Store, to start a new business venture in Roatan, Honduras.
Torrey Smith is pumped about the Panthers game against the Patriots, preseason or not. The Carolina wide receiver says whether you love New England, or hate them, they are a standard in the league, and the teams that play them, even in the preseason, get to see where they stand.
Father Robert Spangenberg was assigned to St. James Catholic Church in Hamlet in the 90s. We’ve learned church leaders continue to pay for therapy, and more, for one of his alleged victims.
This season is already off to an unusual start for Thomas Davis. The veteran linebacker for the Carolina Panthers and fan favorite has been suspended for four games after testing positive for a banned substance. In The Get with Morgan Fogarty, he talks about where fans will find him during those four weeks.
The man who murdered his three-year-old daughter was convicted after less than 30 minutes of jury deliberations Monday. Skip McCullen will spend the rest of his life behind bars with no parole. Josh Kinnett will spend the rest of his life, remembering Jordyn.
A jury has found Skip McCullen, the man accused of killing three-year-old Jordyn Dumont in Gaston County, guilty of first degree murder by torture.
Day two of the Jordyn Dumont murder trial was graphic and revealing. The jury saw pictures of the three-year-old’s beaten and bruised body after investigators found her in the woods.