Bedrock Industries Chairman Alan Kestenbaum talks about U.S. steelmakers who have not learned from the last downturn in the sector and continue to struggle under legacy liabilities which lead to increased debt. Kestenbaum has emerged as a possible
What started as a negative situation for one Charlotte mom has turned into a nation-wide movement that is inspiring people to get out and move, literally. Jenn Andrews said she was getting a pedicure in Clemmons, North Carolina three years ago whe
1n 2016 Mark Harris lost to Robert Pittenger by 134 votes in the race to be the U.S. Representative in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District. This year Harris trails Pittenger by about 30 points in the polls.
Duke senior Grayson Allen and freshmen Wendell Carter, Jr. talk about leadership on the team and the upcoming NCAA regional semifinal matchup with ACC foe Syracuse in Omaha on Friday night, March 23, 2018.
Don Seriff, Natural Resources Coordinator for Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, says the atlas is the result of more than 20 years of work by him and an army of volunteers to catalogue about 350 bird varieties that are nesting or have histor
Harlem Globetrotter Hoops Green visited 9-year-old Sophia Weaver, who was diagnosed with Rett syndrome, ahead of the team's games in Charlotte on Saturday. Sophia was born with facial deformities and became the target of internet trolls. Hoops is
The world’s last male northern white rhino died on March 19 following months of poor health, according to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya. Sudan was euthanized following age-related health complications. Some of his genetic material was preserv