More than 100 million Americans are expected to tune into the Super Bowl on Sunday, and Charlotte-area businesses are looking to cash in on everything from pizza and chicken wings to electronics.

Boone Police reported Saturday that an Appalachian State University student from Charlotte had died, bringing to eight the number of student deaths in the ASU community since classes began in August.

Those interested in Greg Hardy’s upcoming domestic-abuse trial will soon be able to follow along from home.

New NAACP leader Corine Mack says she intends to join forces with gays and Latinos to protect civil rights.

Police have charged a man and woman from North Carolina in connection with the October home-invasion killings of a Lake Wylie couple just months after they had been robbed at gunpoint at their Charlotte mattress store.

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Police said the suspect sped through a red light at Central Avenue and 7th Street and was struck by another vehicle, killing two of his passengers.

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The ride will eventually provide far more thrilling moments than the one it gave the media Friday.

Four short pieces of “Innovative Works” encourage analysis but sometimes confound it.

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Trevor Lacey scored 19 points to help N.C. State snap a three-game losing streak on Saturday.

The sixth class inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame were some of the sport’s most respected and talented drivers.

Hornets forward Marvin Williams might be cleared to play Saturday versus the Nuggets.

The Panthers linebacker likes general manager Dave Gettleman's comments about moving out of the 'dollar store' this offseason.

Fowler: At 40, Dale Earnhardt Jr. says “I’ve never had more fun driving a race car than I have in the last five years."

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