1. Charlotte city leaders discuss Panthers' future

The Charlotte City Council spoke out Monday night in response to Jerry Richardson’s announcement about his intentions to sell the Carolina Panthers.

There's been speculation the prospective buyer from outside the Carolinas could acquire the team and then move them.

It's a possibility that exists but not until after the 2018 season.

Click here to see how council members reiterated the city's commitment to the Panthers.

2. Driver facing multiple charges after deadly crash in west Charlotte

A driver was charged in a west Charlotte crash that killed one person and hurt two others.

It happened around 7:00 p.m. Monday on Little Rock Road at I-85. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department said Adelbert Kevin Redo was driving north on I-85 when a trooper pulled him over for speeding.

Click here to continue reading the chain of events that led to Redo's arrest.

3. Neighbors unhappy about redevelopment project in south Charlotte

A major new project is in the works in south Charlotte. City leaders voted unanimously Monday night to redevelop Arboretum Office Park.

Dozens of people who live in the area attended that meeting. Many were unhappy with the decision and voiced their opinions about the traffic the new development will create.

Click here to read the neighbors' complaints.

4. Amtrak train was 50 mph over the speed limit, National Transportation Safety Board confirms

Authorities will resume their investigation on Tuesday after an Amtrak train derailed south of Seattle, killing at least three people and injuring dozens.

According to investigators, the train, which was on its inaugural run, was traveling 81 mph moments before it entered a curve and flew off the track, causing several rail cars to plunge off a bridge overpass.

Click here to continue reading the latest developments.

5. Airlines work to resume normal service at ATL ahead of busy travel weekend

Several airlines, including Delta and Southwest, are working to resume normal service at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport on Tuesday after a major power outage halted air traffic.

The outage, a fire that ravaged an underground power substation at the world's busiest airport, created a ripple effect at airports across the world and forced travelers out of the darkened terminal and into an icy rain for hours.

Click here for a timeline of the Atlanta airport blackout.