Completion of the final 5.7-mile stretch of the Interstate 485 outer loop in northeast Mecklenburg will be delayed from the end of this year until spring 2015, state highway officials announced Friday. Officials said lower winter temperatures will soon slow the project’s completion.

The York County Sheriff's Office is investigating a double homicide at a Lake Wylie home.

Shareholders of Charlotte-based Chiquita Brands International spurned the company’s board of directors Friday, voting down a planned merger with Irish produce company Fyffes.

Wire fraud, amount of embezzlement are typically why the federal agency gets involved, former FBI special agent says

Charlotte City Manager Ron Carlee strongly defended Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s secret surveillance of cellphones and other wireless devices, saying officers do not eavesdrop on conversations or store data from innocent people.

Karnig Thomasian's last mission on a B-29 ended in flames over Burma in 1945. On Thursday, the veteran flew one once again.

After previously touting his fight against expanding Medicaid, Thom Tillis now says NC should consider it.

Robert D. Raiford: With the flu season upon us and the specter of Ebola spreading, it is time to think about banning shaking hands.

If you drive into uptown on the Brookshire Freeway, you've no doubt noticed construction on the S...

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Panthers cornerback Josh Norman worked out daily with Russell Wilson before the 2012 NFL draft, and he says he never bought the talk that Wilson was too small.

The Charlotte Hornets lost their final exhibition game 88-79 to the Indiana Pacers. They finished the preseason 3-5.

No. 18 East Carolina didn’t exactly put its best foot forward, but somehow managed to get past the Connecticut Huskies, 31-21, on Thursday night.

It was one year ago that Darrell Wallace Jr. left his mark on NASCAR history. Much has changed since his first Truck series victory.

Providence High senior running back Brian Mattar stands 5-foot-7, 155 pounds and proves that size isn’t everything.

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