CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -Charlotte Mecklenburg Police today unveiled a plan to allow officers to take their patrol cars home.
Police chief Rodney Monroe made the announcement today at Eastland Mall. He says the cruisers will increase police visibility in neighborhoods around the city and help cut down on crimes.
Three dogs were saved when fire damaged the house in which they were living.
The Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners will held its annual meeting with members of Cabarrus’ legislative delegation on Friday morning.
As the front moves into the Piedmont, we will see an increasing chance for thunderstorms. Isolated storms may be on the strong side.
A Charlotte man who went missing and had a Silver Alert issued has been found safely, according to police.
On Friday, the team announced the one-year extension of running back Jonathan Stewart, locking him in through 2018.