Check out the Charlotte area mugshots from Labor Day.
The FBI is now investigating that massive hack into the online accounts of dozens of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence. We found out there are some simple steps you can take to better protect yourself.
Moral Monday on Labor Day has minimum wage at the forefront.
Hundreds of people showed up in Uptown Charlotte calling for a rise in North Carolina's minimum wage.
Classmates are mourning a Hickory teen killed in a car crash Sunday night. The driver of the SUV the two were in has been charged in connection with his death.
Deqwon Blackmon's mother is making a plea for her son to turn himself in to the Lancaster Detention Center after he escaped deputies Friday afternoon.
Mecklenburg Co. residents have their only chance to tell Commissioners what they think about the proposal Tuesday night.
Jerecos Byers turned himself in to Gastonia police Monday afternoon. He's accused of shooting his cousin.
Power outages, pushing hundreds of Charlotte-area families outside in the heat of the day. A busted transformer left more than 2500 people without power or AC.
Reports of a man smashing in a car window at a University area apartment complex led the to the arrest of the suspect and the area security guard.
Duke Energy says a transformer issue is to blame for leaving 2,500 residents without power Sunday evening.
Police found 20-year-old Jakeisha Flowe at a neighbor's house after she was reported missing Saturday just after 11 p.m.
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Neighbors want to know how an attempted murder suspect, on his way to jail, slipped away so easily.
Edward Hicks, 33, was arrested and placed in jail Friday for sex offense charges involving a juvenile relative.
Caleb Reid, 20, was killed in a single car crash on McCoy Road just after 2 a.m. Saturday.
A manhunt is underway for Deqwon Blackmon who police say escaped from custody Friday after being arrested for a shooting.
Union County parents lost the redistricting fight. Now they're losing their tempers. Social media exploded this week with horror stories of kids sitting on the floor in classrooms and more than hour-long drop-off lines.
The Alexander County Sheriff's Office isn't yet revealing the name of the church where investigators believe a Taylorsville woman sexually abused a four year old.
Illegal chemicals, dumped into a Charlotte creek, turning the water a milky white.
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