The Carolina Raptor Center puts on a flight show every weekend of the summer starting Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The small amphitheater holding around 80 people makes for an intimate experience as birds of prey fly inches above visitors heads.
The UNC-Charlotte's McMillan Greenhouse held it's second annual celebration of carnivorous plants on Saturday morning. The event included fun activities ranging from face painting to Venus fly trap feeding. The day is aimed at educating young kids on carnivorous plants through a hands on and interactive way
On Friday, 16 campers, ages 7-13, wrapped up a week of culinary camp by preparing a meal for family members at Chef Alyssa's Kitchen. The menu included roasted chicken with BBQ sauce and the fixing's including a watermelon popsicle for dessert.
Early morning riders on the CityLYNX Gold Line streetcar along Elizabeth Avenue, Thursday, June 22, 2017.
The CityLYNX Gold Line is a 10-mile streetcar system that is an integral part of the 2030 Transit Plan and is being constructed in phases.
Yency Contreras entered the United States illegally when he was 17 from Honduras and spent more than four months in a juvenile detention center – but today he is an officer in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.
Customers enjoy brunch at 5Church restaurant uptown on Sunday. Senate Bill 155, also known as the "Brunch Bill," would allow restaurants to serve alcohol before noon if it passes. Charlotte restaurants like 5Church could see higher volumes of customers before noon along with higher check balances from ordering alcohol.
The Charlotte region’s latest bear sighting happened Wednesday in Hickory, where a bear staked out a cozy spot atop a tree behind one of downtown’s busiest liquor stores. WBTV's Steve Ohnesorge reports from Hickory.
Duke Energy and a Charlotte developer have filed preliminary plans with the city of Charlotte for a new office tower on a piece of land it bought last month for $27.5 million. Alex Kormann The Charlotte Observer