The Panthers’ latest off-field challenge: Keeping up with fans’ expectations for quick and reliable phone service as they seek to do more on their smartphones.

Volunteers for both US Sen Kay Hagan and her Republican opponent, state House Speaker Thom Tillis, hope to connect with enough voters to win. Some have been going door to door for months. Now those efforts are ramping up as early voting begins on Thursday and the Nov. 4 election draws closer.

Deer hormones are rising, temperatures are falling, and your chance of crashing into a deer is climbing in the Carolinas this time of year. Experts’ advice: Don’t swerve.

A top North Carolina Republican said Tuesday that he will back a bill protecting state officials who refuse to issue marriage licenses or perform weddings for same-sex couples.

Of all the cash that has passed through Charlotte’s banks, one of the rarest notes still in existence is going up for auction on Saturday.

A new Charlotte nonprofit program pairs disabled former military members with a service dog specially trained to be a calming influence as they ease back into civilian life.

Mecklenburg County commissioners banned smoking on county and municipal grounds while ending tobacco use in most parks.

Hugh Gaither and his sons, John and Joe, turned a passion for running and performance socks into a family-owned business with a distinguished brand.

You know all about the Mallard Creek Presbyterian Church barbecue in Charlotte, right? Now learn all about the Brunswick stew, including a recipe.

~ The Daily Edit 10.22.14

Despite a 3-3-1 record and a reeling defense, the Panthers sit alone atop the NFC South, where nine wins might be enough to win the division this season.

Charlotte Hornets forward Cody Zeller has committed by far the most fouls this preseason among Hornets – 26 in seven exhibitions.

With four races remaining before the NASCAR Sprint Cup champion is crowned, most teams that were among the best during the “regular season” are still in the Chase.

Hudson native Madison Bumganer took a two-hit shutout into the seventh to help the Giants beat the Royals 7-1 in Tuesday's World Series opener.

After the season-ending loss to Mercer, Duke's Mike Krzyzewski declared he would evaluate the way he teaches defense. The result: keep it simple(r).

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