President Donald Trump is holding his latest reelection campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina Monday evening, here's how and when to tune in to watch.
Incidents at two separate stores in Charlotte led to terminations, temporary closures to train employees.
The latest shooting at UNC-Charlotte reminds us that America needs more mental health resources.
At least six airports in the region will remain closed throughout Friday due to Hurricane Florence.
Many airlines are ready to issue waivers for passengers on delayed or canceled flights.
North and South Carolina officials were still warning some residents to evacuate immediately Thursday morning.
So far, 576 flights in and out of the U.S. will be canceled as a result of Hurricane Florence.
A white Charlotte man hurled the n-word and threatened to call the police on a family for having "F*** Trump" signs in their front yard, something he criticized because he said neighborhood children shouldn't be exposed to profanity.
Billy Caldwell experienced a seizure days after his cannabis oil treatment was confiscated by officials.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's children witnessed history in attending their aunt and uncle's wedding.
A report shared by the councilwoman falsely stated that a reputable scientific journal had found evidence of a controlled demolition at the site of the Twin Towers.
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A belligerent passenger was shown stripping off his clothes and trying to fight tarmac baggage handlers.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to "bring guns."
Hundreds continued to demonstrate after videos fail to resolve the question of whether Keith Scott had a gun in his possession when shot by police.
Police also release photo of a gun they say was in Scott's possession, although it can't be seen in the released footage.
Under pressure, police chief says authorities can release dashcam and body camera videos without 'adversely affecting' investigation.