The previous record holder for closed Waffle House locations was during Hurricane Katrina, where 130 locations were closed. That’s according to the Waffle House CEO, Walt Ehmer, who was in Charlotte Wednesday.
In both North Carolina and South Carolina, restaurants are no longer allowed to serve customers inside of an establishment. However, both states still allow restaurants to offer takeout and delivery items.
Wells Fargo said it is restricting all non-essential air travel in the U.S. in reaction to the continued spread of the new strain of coronavirus that appeared late last year. Mooresville-based Lowe’s is also restricting business travel.
Oreo's latest collaboration with streetwear brand Supreme isn't such a sweet deal. Supreme's designer Oreos launched in New York City Thursday, and they're already selling on eBay for more than $10,000.
Former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf agreed to a lifetime ban from the banking industry and $17.5 million fine on Thursday, a result of the fake-accounts scandal that roiled Wells Fargo when he ran the bank.
A lawsuit against a Christian broadcaster based in South Charlotte was filed this month. A former employee – who was fired – has accused the company of failing to pay her what she was promised and forcing her to work overtime without extra pay.
The BJ’s Wholesale club at 900 Metropolitan Ave. is closing by Feb. 1, along with another location in Geneva, N.Y, said Kristy Houston, BJ’s director of public relations and social media. The store no longer appears on the website’s club locator function.
New year, new laws. Now that the federal minimum age to by tobacco products has been bumped up to 21 – some people say they’re struggling with the change. Some smoke shops in Charlotte are still selling tobacco products to anyone 18 and up. Why? They say they didn’t think the new law would go into
Mike Tolbert, a three-time NFL Pro-Bowler once known for his powerful running style, used to spend hours in the boxing ring as part of his off-season conditioning workouts. Now, he is preparing to open a state-of-the-art boxing studio in the Charlotte area.
The way you spend your time at the Epicenter may be changing.Various reports are out now of property managers trying to rebrand this party place in Uptown from bars and nightlife to retail and business.
A WBTV Investigation into how a pool contractor swindled dozens of customers out of thousands of dollars has raised new questions about the process contractors go through in North Carolina to obtain a license.
We’re still waiting to see how much of your tax dollars will be spent to help pay for the proposed LYNX Silver Line train service in Charlotte. City council says this light rail is set to run through Union, Mecklenburg and Gaston counties -- making it three times longer than the LYNX Blue Line that’