Hundreds of Charlotte volunteers were out early Thursday morning, starting a two-year effort to end chronic homelessness in the community. The annual Point-in-Time Homeless Count is building a registry of people who live on the street. 07:17 AM
Abortion-rights groups want the Republican-led legislature to keep its hands off rules proposed by state regulators for how North Carolina abortion clinics must operate. Several Democratic lawmakers plan to join health providers and activists at a Thursday news conference at the Legislative Building.
07:25 AM
Around 15.6 million visitors visited the state's 39 parks and recreation areas last year—which is a 10 percent increase from 2013. Fort Macon logged more than 1 million visitors in 2014.
07:37 AM
CMPD Looking for Man who Sprayed Dog in Car with Pepper Spray
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers need help to identify the man they say sprayed a 2-year-old pit bull with pepper spray. 01/28/2015 04:44 PM
NC Sheriff Says it Appears Bear Killed Woman Known for Feeding Animals
Officials in Tyrrell County say a woman known for feeding bears may have been killed by one of the animals. 08:08 AM
Charlotte City Council Takes Bus Tour Through Districts
The tour was part of the council's annual budget retreat and Wednesday it focused on district six in the South Park area, district seven in the Ballantyne area and the district around Steele Creek. 01/28/2015 10:00 PM
Widow of Fallen CMPD Officer Speaking Out Over Memorial Park
The widow of a fallen Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer says she was banned from having involvement in the park named in her late husband's honor. Jennifer Shelton says the City of Locust won't allow her to give input or make suggestions when it comes to the Officer Jeff Shelton Memorial Park. 01/28/2015 05:39 PM
Bring TWC News Along with the TWC News App
In the Spotlight
Watching TWC News on the go is easy with the Time Warner Cable News app, featuring a live stream of the news channel and on-demand weather and video content from
01/20/2015 11:20 PM
More News
Wednesday Marks First Day for Superintendent Ann Clark
Ann Clark was named superintendent on Tuesday and is scheduled to give a "State of our Schools" address on Thursday. 01/28/2015 09:03 PM
Survey Finds Average Age Kids Start Drinking is 13
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said alcohol is the most commonly abused drug among youth in the United States. The same report found 10 percent of eighth graders said they've had a drink in the past month. 01/28/2015 05:16 PM
Famed SC Civil Rights Protesters Have Convictions Erased
It has been 54 years since they were arrested for ordering food from a "whites-only" lunch counter. The men were convicted of trespassing and breach of peace and chose to serve hard labor for 30 days rather than allow a civil rights group to post their bail. 01/28/2015 11:24 AM
Transportation Committee Meets to Discuss Moped Regulations
Starting on July 1, moped owners will have to register their vehicles and get a license plate from the DMV. That will run you $18. However, state lawmakers are calling for further regulation. 01/28/2015 06:16 PM
Health Experts Encourage Tea Drinking During Winter
A Clemmons botanist and her son have been harvesting local herbs and transforming them into teas. But their real work, they say is teaching others the benefits of harvesting their own. 01/28/2015 02:27 PM