Hello again friends, it's Paul Cameron in the WBTV newsroom.
Tonight at 11:00PM—The Mecklenburg County Commission pulls a shocker. They vote to review the recent revaluation process—the same process that has many residents crying foul. Now the question is, will this be a process that gets results, or is it just lip service by politicians?
Another aide to NC House Speaker Thom Tillis resigns over an affair with a lobbyist. Speaker Tillis says absolutely no laws were broken. The state ethics commission isn't so sure and may open an investigation.
A new feature on Facebook let's you become an organ donor. Recipients tell us it couldn't have happened sooner.
And sad news—the so-called "bucket-list" baby has passed away.
Trending on WBTV.com: A Cabarrus County man posted a video he thought would be funny and "only his circle of friends would see." But then it went viral - now he's being cited by investigators for shooting an Amendment One sign. Click here to find out what investigators say he did wrong.
Join Molly Grantham, Eric Thomas, Delano Little and me for WBTV News at 11:00 Tonight!
Sports Illustrated reported Sunday that at least four former Carolina Panthers employees have received “significant” monetary settlements as a result of inappropriate workplace comments and conduct by owner Jerry Richardson.More >>
A truck crashed into a power pole Sunday afternoon in west Charlotte near a gas station. Officials say the truck crashed into a pole causing another pole to snap on Wilkinson Boulevard. The incident occurred around 12 p.m. near the QuikTrip gas station.More >>
On Saturday, more than two thousand live green Christmas wreaths were placed on headstones at the National Cemetery annex on the grounds of the VA Medical Center in Salisbury.More >>
CHARLOTTE, NC (Joseph Persons/ The Charlotte Observer) The NFL will take over the investigation of allegations of workplace misconduct involving Carolina Panthers owner and founder Jerry Richardson, league spokesman Brian McCarthy confirmed Sunday.More >>
One person died in a fire in Catawba County Sunday morning. The fire occurred in a mobile home in the 4400 block of Rock Barn Road around 10 a.m. The victim, 25, was transported with injuries and later died.More >>