WBTV Meteorologist Al Conklin says temperatures remain above average for the first part of the work week, with isolated storms possible every afternoon. There's a better chance of more widespread rain and storms late Wednesday into Thursday as a front pushes into the Carolinas and then off to the east by Friday, Conklin says.Temperatures will settle down into the 70s once the front passes through the region, and should stay in the comfortable 70s through the weekend.Click here for your complete forecast.
A three month long investigation as resulted in an arrest and several charges against a Salisbury man.
Randy Nesbit, 30, is believed to have sold drugs to a 36-year-old man who later died, deputies say.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have charged 20-year-old Jesus Reyes Lopez for his involvement in the fire set at the Woodscape Apartments on Farm Pond Lane.
A man can be seen driving onto Woodard’s property in an SUV. The video shows him releasing a puppy from its pen and carrying it over to his vehicle.
The bobbleheads feature the Panthers’ quarterback and former Auburn Tiger standout doing the dab in a variety of versions.