March For Our Lives: Charlotte joins worldwide protest
Charlotte is part of March For Our Lives, a worldwide planned demonstration on March 24. Locals led by a team of students from area schools marched from First Ward Park to Marshall Park to protest for better gun control and safer schools
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
In the coming weeks Alex Marshall, a senior swimmer, has an opportunity to help her team win its fourth straight NCAA Division II Swimming Championship, as well as celebrate two years since her last chemo treatment for Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Immigrant community advocates gather to present an open letter to Mecklenburg County Sheriff Irwin Carmichael demanding an end to the 287g ICE program, which they feel hurts the local immigrant community.
Charlotte-area students, including these at Independence High School, joined thousands across America in walking out of school at 10 a.m. to mourn the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High shooting and demand safer schools.