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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are asking for the public’s help in finding who robbed Tupelo Honey Cafe at 1820 South Boulevard on Jan. 18.

More than a month after North Carolina recorded the nation's largest month-to-month drop in unemployment, the state is about to reveal whether the trend continued.

A Lake Wylie man has been charged with 10 counts of third degree sexual exploitation of a minor.

Prices at the pump have fallen by $1.22 in North Carolina over the past year.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Monday it is awarding $3,630,571 in grants to housing agencies in Mecklenburg County.

A waste collection company, a tree service and three debt collection agencies made the Charlotte Better Business Bureau’s annual list of the 12 area companies with the most unresolved customer complaints in 2014.

Police are searching for the man accused of cutting another man in the face with a razor this weekend at a Rock Hill bar.

The South Carolina Supreme Court has refused to reconsider its order last fall that lawmakers fix the state's broken education system.

Police in Burlington have accused a man of killing a dog while it was inside a parked car at his home because it wouldn't stop barking.

Charlotte fire fighters are responding to a gas leak on Central Avenue and are advising motorists to seek alternate routes, said Charlotte Fire Capt. Dennis Gist.

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