The Discovery Place science museum in uptown Charlotte has teamed up with three local businesses to build a training center for STEM teachers.
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Police on Sunday arrested a 45-year-old man suspected striking two pedestrians walking along a street in northeast Charlotte.
Scene at the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Charlotte Greek Roundup at Hornets Nest Park in Charlotte.
It’s June, and that means it’s time to celebrate the fathers, or father figures, in our lives. When I think of my dad, I think of the many odd and colorful sayings that punctuate our talks.
A man snooping through his wife's emails finds some disturbing messages. Alma has some thoughts.
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Police launched a death investigation after skeletal remains were found at a construction site in east Charlotte.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said Moussa Moctar Diallo, 31, robbed five local businesses within a 24-hour period. When arrested, he was suffering from a gunshot would.
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After transferring to Hawthorne High School two years ago with failing grades, senior J.R. Lambert overcame personal and academic struggles to reach graduation Tuesday.
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Despite growing up in what she called “a challenging neighborhood,” Ja’Lynn Gray was determined to not become a negative statistic.
Police suspect foul play after an 88-year-old woman was found dead inside a west Charlotte home early Saturday evening.
Michael DeVaul, a senior vice president at the YMCA of Greater Charlotte, was recognized as a "Champion of Change" for his work related to community building.
Police said robbers used hammers to smashed display cases inside Fink’s Jewelers in Northlake Mall midday Wednesday. A surveillance camera caught the heist.
The Charlotte Concerts Association presented the West Charlotte High School band program with 12 new instruments valued at more than $10,000.
Police patrols were increased in Freedom Park Tuesday after a woman reported being assaulted there.
Dozens of volunteers from local churches and organizations were on hand Saturday, June 1, to build a “dream playground” in one day at Lakewood Preschool Cooperative in west Charlotte.
Ms. Mitchell was the mother of Charlotte City Council member James “Smuggie” Mitchell.
As June approaches, Charlotte-area churches are making plans for Vacation Bible School. Here are a few we know about.
In 2011, Natalie Frazier Allen founded The Arts Empowerment Project to help children from troubled homes participate in local arts programs. Over the summer a local jewelry store will help her nonprofit raise money.
Scene at Charlotte’s Favorite Happy Hour, hosted by Herb and Felicia Gray, at Ruth’s Chris Steak House SouthPark.
A shooting in east Charlotte late Saturday left one man dead and police searching for the shooter.
Police reported low numbers of incidents from the 3-day Speed Street event.
Scene at Food Lion's Speed Street 2013, May 23-25, 2013. Fans enjoyed live performances from artists including Pradigy GT, Sol Fusion and SWV.
Kim Ratlliff, one of two Democrats who voted against the firing of former County Manager Harry Jones, says she wants to lead the search committee looking for his replacement.
A well-meaning father in Clyde, N.Y., sent the wrong message to his headstrong sons after they were caught vandalizing a neighbor's property.
Scene at the 16th Annual Juneteenth Festival of the Carolinas in Charlotte’s Independence Park.
OPINION -- I'm still on the fence concerning Michelle Obama’s decision to confront a heckler at a June 6 Democratic National Committee fundraiser.
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What makes us eat when we're not hungry? For me, it’s usually because of some unpleasant feeling I am having, even if I’m not fully aware of it.
Looking for something fun to do this Father's Day weekend? Check out Toni Baker-Tyson's weekly entertainment picks.
An old felt hat, full of dust devils and memories, recalls the man who showed love for his family through everyday actions.
Michelle Johnson and Dyrell Clark met as students at Benedict College, introduced by a mutual friend. Despite a rocky start, they exchanged numbers...and later, wedding vows.
A woman's best friend is involved with a man who has a live-in girlfriend. Should she speak out or mind her own business?
D.B. McWhite imagines the talk she'd have with God if she had been the 84-year-old woman who won the $590 million Powerball jackpot.
After trying one of Shaun T's "Insanity" workouts, my body feels like it was assaulted in a street fight.
I'm trying to be delicate here, but it's hard to ignore the recent claim by actor Michael Douglas, who said he contracted throat cancer from performing oral sex.
What started as an email invitation ended with me exercising for four and half hours straight hours with a man attempting to break a world record.
Commentary: Given the hatred leveled at President Obama, I wish Jamie Foxx had not signed on to star in the upcoming movie “White House Down.”
A woman says she had done all she can to accommodate the foster daughter living in her home. She's even taken to sipping her wine from a coffee cup. Can Alma help bring harmony?
In a recent interview that grabbed widespread attention, actor Will Smith said black parents too often view their children as property, a notion he said stems from slavery.
Cruising along a busy highway after a bad day at the gym, I spied a slithering serpent on the windshield of my car. That's when all hell broke loose.
All her life she thought she knew who she was. But then a visit with a cousin changed all that, leaving questions and pain.
On April 26, I welcomed my first grandchild. Now, lets get her launched down a path of health and fitness.
Commentary: Despite my popularity in high school, finding a prom date wasn't easy, so I resorted to my alternative plan.
Scene at Deltas of Charlotte Foundation 9th Annual Bachelor Auction, Saturday, May 18, at McGlohon Theater.
Beyonce gets butt slapped by fan