The proposal was recently signed into law in Indiana and similar legislation has been filed in North Carolina. The nation has watched as protesters, business leaders and others have weighed in on that state's new religious freedom law. 04:32 PM
April is Autism Awareness Month and one Charlotte doctor is using an alternative treatment to help children with the disorder. It's called BrainCore Therapy and works to retrain the brain. He says it offers new hope to families coping with Autism.
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Wanda Sue Larson, a former county Social Services worker and the child's guardian, will spend between six and 17 months behind bars. Authorities say that's because she cooperated with their investigation.
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Man Charged With Killing Granddaughter of Anson County Sheriff
Deputies told area media outlets that Roger Lee Rorie Jr. is charged with involuntary manslaughter, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and obstruction of justice. It was not clear if he had an attorney to comment on the charges. 11:53 AM
Workshop Prepares Veterans for Job Search After Service
Finding jobs can be tough, but the challenge can be even greater for military veterans. The USO of North Carolina held a workshop Tuesday to educate employers on what skills veterans can offer and to help guide veterans making the difficult transition back to civilian life. 01:05 PM
Rolling Stones Return to Raleigh With U.S. Stadium Tour
There is a big concert announcement for the Capital City—the Rolling Stones are coming to Raleigh. The rock band announced a 15-city stadium tour Tuesday that will kick off May 24 at Petco Park in San Diego, California. 12:01 PM
Chefs Compete to Create Culinary Delights With NC Ingredients
Chefs from Charlotte to Asheville are taking part to showcase the local food industry. Monday at Bonterra in Dilworth, chefs made a six course meal that revolved around eggs and North Carolina-grown ingredients. 10:09 AM
Newspaper-Backed Bill on Legal Notices OK'd by NC House
The chamber voted 115-4 on Monday night for the online posting mandate when local and state governments alert the public to proposed zoning and annexation changes, public hearing dates and other actions. 07:19 AM
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The state House and Senate reached a compromised plan on how to reduce the tax rate, while at the same time stabilizing the revenue coming into North Carolina. 07:30 AM
NC Lawmakers Hope to Raise Age of Juvenile Jurisdiction
North Carolina is currently one of two states that automatically prosecutes 16-year-olds and 17-year-olds as adults. The proposal would change that so when it comes to misdemeanor offenses, the offenders would be handled in the juvenile system. 01:50 PM
NCDOT Seeking Input on Plans to Add Express Lanes to Highway 74
NCDOT is seeking input from the community on new plans to add express lanes to Highway 74 in Charlotte. 03/30/2015 10:04 PM
Local Librarians Helping Immigrants Find Info About Citizenship
Immigrants looking to become U.S. citizens can now find help at local libraries. The federal government is training local librarians to help people find information about applying for citizenship. 02:01 PM
Police Investigate Armed Robbery at Concord Mills Mall
Police continue to search for the man wanted in an armed robbery Friday night at Concord Mills Mall. They say it happened after closing when an employee was walking alone to her car. Police say armed robbery is rare at Concord Mills, they've only had three reports of violent crimes this year and none of them happened at the mall. 03/30/2015 03:46 PM