An air traffic controller at Charlotte Douglas International Airport accused of possessing a homemade pipe bomb is expected to appear in court Monday.
According to the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office, 30-year-old Paul George Dandan was released from jail Saturday. The Federal Bureau of Investigation said he was charged with possession of a weapon of mass destruction.
More than 300 people were without power early Monday morning after a car crashed into a power pole in east Charlotte.
According to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police, a vehicle ran off East W.T. Harris Boulevard at Denon Hills Drive around 2:15 a.m. and struck a pole.
The northbound lanes of W.T. Harris were still shut down as of 6:45 a.m. Click here to check out the power outages on the Duke Energy outage map.
Fire officials began an investigation Monday morning after hateful messages were found behind a church that went up in flames.
Multiple agencies responded to the Providence Baptist Church on the 7600 block of Church Road in Vale just before 2 a.m. Catawba County officials said around seven or eight fire departments showed up to the scene.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools parents who want to enter their children into the School Choice lottery will get their first opportunity on Monday, November 13.
Parents are advised to research the options and visit open houses to find the best fit for the 2018-2019 school year.
The Carolina Panthers have put themselves in good shape as they begin the second half of their schedule against the Miami Dolphins.
The teams will play a pivotal game Monday night at Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers are 9-6 all-time in Monday night games, including a 6-3 mark at home.
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