Representatives from federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, as well as nonprofit organizations, came together Wednesday and Thursday to target potential human traffickers and aid victims during the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 Race.
David Wayne Gore walked out of the Bladen County Courthouse a mostly free man Friday, and not long after descending the front steps of the courthouse, he was also forgiven by a woman still grieving the loss of the man Gore killed.
The budget set to be released by the North Carolina Senate next week will include money to test all untested sexual assault kits across the state, according to a source with knowledge of the budget, who asked not to be named to discuss legislation that had not yet been released.
The North Graham Street Extension project began in 2014 and many motorists are frustrated over what they believe to be a lack of progress on the construction. The project causes a lot of traffic delays and backups. However, there is good news. The project to be completed in November.
Kannapolis City Manager Mike Legg presented the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget to the Kannapolis City Council Wednesday evening. The proposed FY 2020 budget is $75,513,726 which includes all seven operating funds of the City.
A new multi story, multi use building opened it’s doors Thursday along West Moorehead. ‘Refinery 1213’ near I-77 will house creative office and retail space. It the latest in a long list of projects that continue to transform the West Charlotte neighborhood.
The Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office announced on Thursday that a detention officer in their department had been terminated from his position after he was arrested and charged with assaulting a female.
After WBTV Investigates reported on some Charlotte council members exploring whether they could increase their salary by cutting CMPD crisis intervention training, council sought a massive course correction and clarification of what their intentions were.
Salisbury Mayor Al Heggins has sent a letter to the local chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and the NAACP, and several other groups inviting them to a discussion over the future of the Confederate monument known as Fame.
Life-saving bone marrow transplants haven't always been at our disposal in Charlotte, but now it is at the Levine Cancer Institute. WBTV's Christine Sperow is shedding light on the fact that, for certain people, finding a donor that is a full match is literally a race against time.
On Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1, an interactive demonstration will temporarily transform a section of Union Street S near Gianni’s Trattoria and Cabarrus Creamery (16 and 21 Union Street S) to demonstrate new streetscape design ideas.
Lance Fenderson, a junior at Davidson Day, was injured during a lacrosse game earlier this month. Fenderson’s soccer coach said the teen collided with another player during the game and suffered a severe spinal cord injury.
We’re heading into the hot summer months when thousands will take solace from the heat in cool lakes and pools. But officials are stressing that water safety skills should be something you make sure you take with you.
During a City of Charlotte budget briefing Wednesday Councilman Braxton Winston requested the city manager raise city council and the mayor’s salaries in the FY2020 budget proposal. Council members Matt Newton and LaWana Mayfield asked city staff about cutting $1 million in police training.
Mecklenburg County has 7 splash grounds in all, five will open this weekend. Ahead of that, testing is required and we uncovered records showing nearly all of those opening this weekend had violations.
A copy of the search warrant executed on the Chester County Sheriff’s Office in late April obtained by WBTV is providing new details about the federal investigation that led to the indictment of now-suspended Sheriff Alex Underwood, his chief deputy and a lieutenant at the agency.
A York County judge is denying bond for a man he believes to an extreme danger to our community. Tyler Terry, who’s charged with sexually assaulting a student at Winthrop University, has already spent about 100 days in jail according to officials.
Brianna Lewis, the woman accused of killing her 11-month-old baby girl and hiding her in a diaper box in a wooded area of Chesterfield County before telling authorities the infant was kidnapped, is expected to ask a judge for bond Wednesday.