CMPD warns people to be aware after arrested a group for robbing at least nine people in Charlotte.
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CMPD is looking for the suspect they say may have robbed four east Charlotte businesses in 30 minutes.
Cleveland County deputies have charged two suspects with operating a meth lab on Polkville Road near an elementary school and daycare center.
The Charlotte Hornets and Food Lion Feeds partnered to provide Thanksgiving meals to 1,000 families at the Hornets' eighth annual Cornucopia event.
Matthews Police has released radio traffic from the deadly October 29th shooting at Butler High School that left one student dead.
CMPD detectives have charged three suspects with committing multiple armed robberies over the last two weeks.
Blue Ridge Energy and visiting line crews continue working tonight, battling downed trees across the service area, to restore power to a remaining 818 members as of 9 pm Friday.
Planet Fitness is giving away hundreds of full size turkeys November 14th-16th.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools is increasing security measures, including random wanding of students and searches of backpacks, to help keep weapons out of schools. The district announced the new safety protocols Nov. 16, and called for community support in keeping schools safe.
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A student has been arrested after deputies found a stolen handgun in his backpack at East Rowan High School.
CMPD is seeking assistance identifying a vehicle seen fleeing the scene of a September 3rd homicide in west Charlotte.
Police are looking for a suspect after a Zaxbys employee was assaulted and robbed Thursday morning.
Jennie-O Turkey recalled packages of ground turkey in a salmonella outbreak, and regulators say additional products from other companies could be named as their investigation continues.
Four people have been charged after authorities say they robbed and assaulted multiple people at an Iredell County residence.
Check out the Mecklenburg County mugshots from November 15th.
Blue Ridge Energy crews and over 100 additional line and tree technicians continue battling outages from overnight winds coupled with Thursday’s ice storm that have left nearly 4,000 members without power this morning.
Some school districts in the WCCB viewing area have announced delays and closings for Friday, Nov. 16 due to potentially hazardous winter weather conditions.