Evidence gathered in a case involving NASCAR driver Tony Stewart will be forwarded to a grand jury, The Ontario (N.Y.) District Attorney’s Office said Tuesday.

A Mecklenburg County jury on Tuesday convicted a former Marine of second-degree murder in connection with a fatal crash that he caused while driving drunk.

A jury in Catawba County has found a coach accused of sex crimes against students not guilty on all charges.

Bank of America and Wells Fargo said Monday their capital levels would remain above regulatory minimums in the event of a hypothetical, “severely adverse” economic downturn.

Police arrested three suspects Sept. 2 in connection with a series of August robberies of Craiglist buyers.

High temperatures behind the cold front are only expected to reach the mid 70s Wednesday.

Charlotte-based Chiquita Brands said it’s examining limited concessions to get approval from European regulators.

Gilberte Jill Kelley and Dr. Scott Kelley were investigated when the relationship between Paula Broadwell and former CIA director David Petraeus came to light.

The City Council approved a rezoning that will allow construction of a seven-story building with two hotels on Sharon Road.

Ralph Broome doesn’t know how it will happen. Catastrophic earthquake? Terrorist strike? Pandemic flu?

The Daily Edit: 9.16.2014

The NFL is considering intervening in Greg Hardy's case, either to advise the Panthers or to take action against Hardy, according to NFL.com.

In two-plus seasons at North Carolina, Larry Fedora has won 18 games but few stand out.

The hotel chain is suspending its sponsorship of the NFL team after running back Adrian Peterson was charged with child abuse.

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