Mostly skies with high temperatures will be still below the average of 90 degrees.
Updated: 6:00 AM EDT August 5, 2021
A key part of the development will be the FC Elite Academy headquarters.
Updated: 6:02 AM EDT August 5, 2021
A building in West Charlotte in desperate need of some repairs as a resource to help build and strengthen the community's youth
Published: 11:40 PM EDT August 4, 2021
Originally, Charlotte FC's headquarters were part of the plan but that is no longer the case. Instead, the plan now includes the Charlotte FC Elite Academy.
Published: 11:37 PM EDT August 4, 2021
The investigation into the crash is still ongoing although impairment is not suspected for either driver, test results are still pending.
Published: 11:36 PM EDT August 4, 2021
Mecklenburg County's metrics are in the red zone
Published: 11:33 PM EDT August 4, 2021
Boating, field games, STEM activities, and swimming were all part of the fun.
Published: 5:59 PM EDT August 4, 2021
A local doctor is still helping his Olympic athletes as they compete in Tokyo right now.
Published: 5:40 PM EDT August 4, 2021
NoDa Brewing Company, one of Charlotte's biggest breweries, is expanding and plans to add 16,000 square feet to its North Tryon Street location.
Published: 6:25 PM EDT August 4, 2021
The $346 million project will add one express toll lane in each direction from Independence Boulevard/U.S. 74 to Interstate 77.
Published: 5:44 PM EDT August 4, 2021
The plaintiffs allege they were trapped at College and 4th Street while CMPD officers threw flashbangs, tear gas, and shot rubber and pepper pellets at them
Published: 5:36 PM EDT August 4, 2021
Protesters have filed a lawsuit against Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department over their handling of the June 2020 protests.
Published: 11:42 AM EDT August 4, 2021
A key part of the development will be the FC elite academy headquarters.
Published: 6:09 AM EDT August 4, 2021
Chloe Leshner tells the woman's story, and the message the practice manager has for those on the fence.
Published: 6:39 PM EDT August 3, 2021
Crouser is already the world-record holder after breaking a 31-year-old mark on June 18 at the U.S. Olympic trials.
Published: 6:06 AM EDT August 5, 2021
American Ryan Crouser set another Olympic record for shot put gold, but the U.S. men's relay team suffered another failure in a major track event.
Published: 1:07 AM EDT August 5, 2021
We take a look at how Harrison Dillard's spark was lit by Jesse Owens, and how it led to a first-ever photo finish at the Olympics.
Published: 5:27 PM EDT August 4, 2021
The U.S. faces Australia for the second time in these Olympics in women's soccer and new champions will be crowned in decathlon and heptathlon.
Published: 3:44 PM EDT August 4, 2021
The U.S. won six medals in track and field, including two gold, on Tuesday. And for only the second time ever, an American woman won gold in wrestling.
Published: 6:13 AM EDT August 4, 2021
They'll be distributing free groceries from 1 to 4 this afternoon while supplies last.
Published: 6:07 AM EDT August 4, 2021
Shortly after the finals ended, it was announced that Anna Cockrell had been disqualified. But at first, it was unclear exactly why.
Published: 6:00 AM EDT August 4, 2021
Simone Biles came back to competition to win her record-tying seventh Olympic medal.
Published: 1:22 AM EDT August 4, 2021
Carol Lawrence says the Providence Day School graduate is raring to win, and has been for a while.
Published: 8:25 PM EDT August 3, 2021
The 34-year-old completes his comeback after a major back injury
Published: 8:11 PM EDT August 3, 2021
As a child, Rudolph was told she would never walk again. However, she also never stopped working at getting stronger and faster.
Published: 5:33 PM EDT August 3, 2021
How are the airlines doing when it comes to handling your luggage?
Published: 5:39 PM EDT July 27, 2021
State and federal public records laws pave the way for companies to access names, addresses, a person's driving record, and registration details
Published: 11:49 PM EDT July 26, 2021
Your phone is an extension of your online life. Here are three ways to make sure your devices are protected against hackers.
Published: 11:48 PM EDT July 24, 2021
The BBB says not to answer phone calls from scammers claiming to be the IRS.
Published: 5:57 PM EDT July 9, 2021
GOP lawmakers who backed the bill said it would help resolve labor shortages in some areas.
Published: 4:22 PM EDT July 2, 2021
When the pandemic cancelled events, this couple changed up the way they did business.
Published: 5:02 PM EDT June 29, 2021
New data says that people will spend more money this summer than the last two summers combined.
Published: 4:21 PM EDT June 29, 2021
This weekend, SC unemployment benefits will end as Governor McMaster says it's time to get back to work.
Published: 4:21 PM EDT June 24, 2021
If you need help paying your rent or if you are a landlord and need payments, please investigate this program.
Published: 5:47 PM EDT June 17, 2021
The end of South Carolina's state of emergency means the end of added benefits, including food assistance.
Published: 5:38 PM EDT June 16, 2021
Volvo will invest $118 million to build electric vehicles at its South Carolina plant, the company announced.
Published: 5:30 PM EDT June 16, 2021
Experts say Prime Day is designed to make you purchase impulse buys. Be selective and plan out what you want to buy and how much you want to spend.
Published: 5:50 PM EDT June 15, 2021
Our Verify team looked into questions about how you can or cannot catch COVID-19.
Published: 6:23 PM EDT August 4, 2021
Vanessa Ruffes dives into more questions about the vaccines and the virus.
Published: 6:54 PM EDT August 3, 2021
If you're spraying your yard for mosquitos, you could be inadvertently hurting other insects.
Published: 6:47 PM EDT August 2, 2021
Meghan Bragg works to verify the struggles childcare facilities are facing.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT July 30, 2021
Meghan Bragg breaks down different claims about masking up.
Published: 5:14 PM EDT July 29, 2021
The new CDC guidance stems from mounting data showing even some vaccinated people could spread the delta variant.
Published: 12:05 AM EDT July 29, 2021
Meghan Bragg debunks a common myth about cold water and the heat.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT July 28, 2021
Meghan Bragg takes a closer look at a scam.
Published: 6:16 PM EDT July 27, 2021
Meghan Bragg works to verify if a face shield is as protective as a mask.
Published: 6:16 PM EDT July 26, 2021
Meghan Bragg works to verify a new study.
Published: 6:17 PM EDT July 22, 2021
Since Bezos and Branson blasted off to space, there's been a lot of debate over what they should be called. Are they actually astronauts?
Published: 5:51 PM EDT July 20, 2021
The Playbook for athletes says that 80% of Olympic and Paralympic Village residents will be vaccinated ahead of the Games.
Published: 7/21/2021 11:51:28 AM
Right now the COVID-19 vaccines do not have full FDA approval. Instead, they have something called emergency use authorization.
Published: 6:02 AM EDT August 4, 2021
First of all, bikinis are not mandatory. As of the London Olympics in 2012, women can wear shorts or sleeved tops if they're more comfortable in that.
Published: 5:34 AM EDT July 23, 2021
Thursday is going to be an extra hazy day in the Carolinas, and it's actually because of wildfires all the way in Oregon. Here's how the smoke got here.
Published: 5:21 AM EDT July 22, 2021
Mosquitoes are mainly responsible for spreading it and we can get it if an infected mosquito bites us.
Published: 6:01 AM EDT July 21, 2021
Researchers in North Carolina have a new solution for keeping those pesky mosquitoes away from you.
Published: 5:46 AM EDT July 16, 2021
Even if this federal legislation passes, the decision to legalize marijuana will still fall on individual states.
Published: 5:53 AM EDT July 15, 2021
You may want to steer clear of buying shells at souvenir shops this summer as it could be doing more harm than good.
Published: 5:43 AM EDT July 14, 2021
This is not the first time a big game has been moved for political reasons. In fact, we saw the same thing just a few years ago here in the Queen City.
Published: 6:18 AM EDT July 13, 2021
While you may be afraid of sharks lurking in the water, they probably should be more afraid of us.
Published: 5:43 AM EDT July 12, 2021
Scientists warn that large clusters of unvaccinated people could push that finish line further back.
Published: 5:36 AM EDT July 9, 2021
Colon cancer rates are increasing in adults younger than 50, even though they are falling among people 65 and older.
Published: 6:08 AM EDT July 7, 2021
New data from Carolina Demography shows birth rates in North Carolina actually dropped 3%, and that's in line with what's happening nationwide too.
Published: 5:52 AM EDT July 6, 2021
Mayor Steve Benjamín announced Wednesday a mask mandate for all Richland 1 public and private schools.
Published: 6:04 AM EDT August 5, 2021
Published: 6:02 AM EDT August 5, 2021
Simone Biles returned to the Tokyo Olympics for the women's balance beam finals. It was her first event since withdrawing from team competition last week.
Published: 6:51 AM EDT August 3, 2021
Two people were killed after an accident near a light rail station along South Boulevard in south Charlotte Tuesday morning, officials said.
Published: 6:48 AM EDT August 3, 2021
The annual event is held on the first Tuesday of each August.
Published: 5:50 AM EDT August 3, 2021
Employees who are unvaccinated will be required to present a negative COVID-19 test result weekly, starting Sept. 7.
Published: 5:45 AM EDT August 3, 2021
Charlotte rapper DaBaby was cut from the Lollapalooza lineup following crude and homophobic comments he made last week at a Miami-area music festival.
Published: 6:29 AM EDT August 2, 2021
American gymnast Simone Biles announced she will compete in the finals of the women's balance beam in Tokyo after missing multiple events last week.
Published: 6:13 AM EDT August 2, 2021
After five years, the city is taking another look at its Non-Discrimination Ordinance.
Published: 5:54 AM EDT August 2, 2021