The six-year Navy veteran has taken up several causes in her community to help those who need it the most. From homelessness to women's empowerment, she does it all while holding down a full-time job. The problem was, she didn't have a car. That changed Friday night.
Financial numbers analyzed by WBTV show that the city is close to reaching the debt capacity for its hospitality funds as city officials refuse to provide a list of current and future projects those funds are spent on.
Javier Rubio Chavez, 27, is wanted for four counts of indecent liberties with a child, statutory rape, statutory sex offense on a child and damage to and interfering with an electronic monitoring device.
Whether you recognize it or not, the way things are now has a lot to do with what has already happened in history. Historians will tell you it’s important that we never forget what’s been done and that’s why there’s a push to save a historic African-American school in North Charlotte.
Forty-thousand brand new books were given away to students in the Charlotte area at no charge. Classroom Central partnered with Domtar of Fort Mill and First Book to get the books to students in need who attend Charlotte-area schools.
Just hours after news of Ron Rivera's firing broke, representatives from different Charlotte organizations and groups voiced their appreciation for what the coach and his family have done for people in the area.
Studies show the way you feel on the inside can be impacted by how you look on the outside. Which is why one Charlotte barber is giving free haircuts to students at an elementary school. This isn’t about vanity, but about lifting kids up.
Perry Fewell, who grew up in Gaston County and played for South Point High, was elevated from Panthers defensive backs coach after Ron Rivera was fired Tuesday. He will serve out the rest of the season and be considered for the job beyond this season.
City council members asked months ago for a list of capital projects the city is pledged to but City Manager Marcus Jones has not provided that information as important financial decisions loom over the city.
And now, he is not only focusing on being thankful because it is Thanksgiving, but because he is thankful to be alive, as this holiday marks four years since he was shot in the back and paralyzed by two men at an I-85 rest stop bathroom.
More people appreciate the convenience of it, yet others still love the old-fashioned way of getting in the car and going to store. There is no right or wrong way, but many have an opinion about shopping for food online.
According to the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons, citizens are asked to be on the lookout for 88-year-old Charles Richard Stark, who is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.
Over a three-year period, the Charlotte doctor funneled thousands of powerful opioids to his wife by forcing a father and son to share the drugs that he improperly prescribed for them, court documents allege.
Judge Elizabeth Trosch says she’s seen more cases involving a teenager and a gun this year than in all of her past 10 years on the bench. But she says just because it feels like there’s more crime, judges cannot punish someone until they get a conviction. She says judges have to set conditions of re
The administration released rules in February that would serve as guidelines for CBD sellers. It now says Raley, whose shop opened at Private I Salon over the summer, is violating several of those rules.