Authorities spent the day searching for 39-year-old Vatsla Watkins after her car was found at a marina on Lake Wylie Friday morning.
North Carolina's second largest school system is launching a social media campaign to bring awareness to the danger of guns and their impact on students.
A Hickory home was heavily damaged after a fire broke out Friday afternoon.
A man wanted on felony warrants related to vehicle theft crimes in Burke and McDowell Counties has been arrested.
Two Brothers Pork Skins has issued a recall on pork skin products due to misbranding and failure to produce under a HACCP plan.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police were called to Harding University High School in response to an "incident" Friday afternoon.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport, along with its tenants, will host the District 3 Airport Job Fair from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, March 23 at the Goodwill Opportunity Campus.
Testing of electronic signs on I-77 between I-485 and Mooresville will begin the week of March 25.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is asking for assistance locating three individuals who cut off their electronic monitoring devices.
You can meet Cyril Prabhu as he signs his book, "Are You Dancing In The Rain?" at the Kannapolis Rug & Home on Saturday.
Kemba Walker scored 31 points, Miles Bridges had 11 points and 12 rebounds and the Charlotte Hornets handed the Minnesota Timberwolves their fifth straight loss, 113-106 on Thursday night.
A teen has been charged for his involvement in multiple burglaries in east Charlotte.
Where kids were picking cotton and singing songs. It sparked outrage after parents said the songs sound a lot like slave songs.
Police are trying to identify two people captured on surveillance following the reported vandalism of the Confederate Statue "Fame."
Authorities are trying to find a 36-year-old man who has been missing for over a week.
This Saturday Hop Culture and Resident Culture Present: Juicy Brews March Madness - a festival featuring craft beer from over 25 of the best breweries from coast-to-coast AND March Madness games on big TVs, all at Resident Culture Brewing Co. in Plaza Midwood.
Abby Lee Miller, Burkitt Lymphoma survivor and star of the reality television show Dance Moms, will be in Charlotte on March 24, 2019 for two Q & A sessions to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society—the largest nonprofit dedicated to a world without blood cancers.
Copperhead Strike, the Carolinas' first dual launch coaster, is officially open at Carowinds
Several dogs in Lincoln County are dead after the owner tells deputies he forgot about them while working and staying in Charlotte and going through a bad separation.