Positive numbers were released by the state on Thursday regarding Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools. 05:25 PM
It's the end of an era for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus' iconic elephant acts. The company announced on Thursday it will phase out the elephants from their traveling circus performances by 2018.
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A cat missing for more than three years was reunited with his owner this week. Rebecca Patt lived in Mooresville when her cat disappeared one day. She since moved to Asheville. This week, she got a call the cat was found all thanks to a microchip.
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'Got to Be NC' Competition Offers Chefs Chance to Prove Themselves
A yearly contest to promote North Carolina food and the people who make it is growing in reputation. 04:51 PM
Gov. McCrory Releases 2-Year Budget Proposal
On Thursday, the governor released his two year, $21.5 billion budget saying the state is still having to make tough choices on his plan to spend its limited funds. 11:38 AM
LaGuardia Airport Shuts Down After Plane Skids Off Runway
Passengers on board a Delta MD-80 encountered a scary landing at LaGuardia on Thursday. 01:39 PM
Criminal Charges Will Not be Filed Against NASCAR Driver Kurt Busch
No criminal charges will be filed against NASCAR driver Kurt Busch in connection to domestic violence allegations made against him by his ex-girlfriend. 02:59 PM
Hearing Denied for Former Charlotte Fire Investigator
The fire department has said she was let go because of inappropriate Facebook posts about Ferguson, Missouri. Eschert believes she shouldn't have been fired without a hearing. 07:53 AM
Through My Eyes
In this series, "Through My Eyes," Time Warner Cable News reporters speak with African-American youth and adults about the issues black males face and how they feel in today's America. How has the country progressed since the Civil Rights marches of the 1960s and how do African-American men feel they are perceived in today's world? Watch it the full special now!
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Professor Targeted for Firing in UNC Academic Fraud Retires
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said Thursday that philosophy professor Jan Boxill is ending her fight to hold onto her job. She was targeted for firing in October on the day that a scathing report into the cheating scandal was released. 01:51 PM
ACC Tournament Shares Rich History With City of Greensboro
It began at the Sedgefield Inn when seven universities pulled out of the Southern Conference in May of 1953, and one month later the ACC was formed. In December, Virginia joined. Women have been playing in the ACC every year since 1978, a few years before the first NCAA championships for women. 01:30 PM
Search for Escaped Emu Continues in Greene County
Neighbors were surprised when they woke up to what they thought was an ostrich looking into their windows. 07:43 AM
Suspect Charged in Harris Teeter Attack Makes First Court Appearance
The man charged with assaulting an elderly woman and an employee at the Cotswold Harris Teeter in Charlotte made his first appearance in court Wednesday afternoon. Scottie Barringer, 34, appeared before the judge in a wheelchair and suffering from a broken nose. 03/04/2015 04:32 PM
Authorities Release Sketches of Suspects in $4.8 Million Gold Heist
The Wilson County sheriff's office released sketches of two of the three men believed to be involved in stealing nearly $5 million worth of gold from a truck on Interstate 95. 03/04/2015 09:15 PM