Parents worry a leaky roof in the cafeteria and a flooded bathroom are a new reality of redistricting.
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Fire officials are investigating the cause of a massive fire at a local business in Chesterfield.
Social Work Program Administrator Janet Curlee is the latest to get her walking papers. WCCB Charlotte has a copy of them.
The Major Crash Unit is investigating a fatal pedestrian accident on North Tryon Street.
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Check out these photos of the dogs and cats available for adoption from the Humane Society of Charlotte in March.
A 14-year-old boy is recovering Wednesday after he got stuck in a mud pit in Kannapolis.
It's one outcome after a search for the next step at a Wednesday night meeting.
Defense attorneys are working to save the life of a man convicted of a gruesome triple murder and arson.
In the wake of the recent illegal sewer dumping incidents, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Utility Department developed a plan to continue to engage with treatment plant neighbors on the issue.
Children and parents were angry, some even crying, after the surprising vote to redistrict schools in Union County.
Several students from Belmont Abbey College could face suspension after police say they were under the influence of hallucinogens.
A man convicted of a triple-murder in Charlotte will have to wait to learn if he will die for his crimes.
A second public hearing on redistricting Monday night brought out hundreds of Union County parents and students.
A local teen is charged. He won't be the only suspect for long. Police are closing in on the other kids involved in an offensive social media trend.
Check out these photos from the CIAA Fan Experience at the Charlotte Convention Center Thursday, February 27th presented by Toyota.
A little boy from Raleigh is motivating people across the country to get a 'My Little Pony' tattoo.
They're upset over the plan that would move almost 6,000 students to new schools to help ease overcrowding and manage new growth.