Google is expected to make a major announcement this week, but company representatives are not saying what it is. Insiders believe the company will reveal bringing Google Fiber to the Triangle and Charlotte. 05:53 PM
Many airlines have relaxed their fees for changing flights. As always, travelers are urged to check with their airlines before heading to the airport.
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It is time once again for the Better Business Bureau to release their annual Dirty Dozen list—the area's worst-rated businesses for 2014 which had the highest number of unanswered complaints.
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Black Ice Believed to be Cause of 3 Gaston Co. Accidents, Killing 1
Three accidents happening in the same place within hours of each other in Gaston County are under investigation. 05:58 PM
CMPD Looking for Suspect in Tupelo Honey Robbery
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are looking for the suspect who robbed a popular South End restaurant Sunday night. 03:37 PM
Two Garinger Students Struck by Pickup Truck
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say the students were hit by a pickup pulling a trailer on Eastway Drive at Sugar Creek Road, not far from the school. They were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. 10:07 AM
Vigil to be Held for East Mecklenburg High School Cheerleading Coach
Monday night's candlelight vigil will be held at 6 p.m. at East Meck High School. 02:31 PM
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Volunteers Train to Count the Homeless
About 250 volunteers will hit the streets of Charlotte this week to survey the city's chronically homeless in an effort to find each one housing within two years. 10:47 AM
Secret Service Recovers `Device' at White House
Agents recovered the object, and wouldn't say what exactly what it was. But spokesperson Josh Earnest said it was a drone. 09:37 AM
Charlotte City Council to Vote on CMPD Body Cameras
This proposal would pay for 1,400 body cameras that officers would be expected to turn on during nearly all of their interactions with the public. The cameras would cost the city about $7 million over five years. 07:00 AM
Proposal Would Realign Charlotte Water Billing Cycle
Charlotte City Council, on Monday night, will hear details of a plan to change how Charlotte's 250,000 water customers are billed. Charlotte Water wants to realign billing cycles to shorten the time between meter reading and billing. 07:30 AM
Analyst Says Charlotte Mayoral Race May Be Most Expensive Ever
Several Democrats are already campaigning for the mayoral seat and the deadline to file isn't until this summer. The primary is in September. 01/25/2015 05:27 PM