The Supermoon that rose on January 1st is also called a Wolf Moon. The Supermoon is the first of two in 2018 both happening in January. The next and last chance to see one this year is on January 31st. A Supermoon is a full moon when it is approxi
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If you missed the Supermoon, here's a look.
Mark Harris is trying to catch Robert Pittenger
Fighting chronic school absences
What kind of bird was that? Look to "The Birds of Central Carolinas" for an answer
Want to see an amazing sight? 10,000-15,000 gulls Winter roost on Lake Norman
Harlem Globetrotter surprises girl at Cornelius home
Pokémon Regional Championships in Charlotte
Charlotte St. Patrick's Day Parade
Who will be the new owner of the Carolina Panthers?
Don’t take your kids to their checkup? This NC doctor’s office will drop you.
Students call for safer schools
Whitewater Middle students march against gun violence
1n 2016 Mark Harris lost to Robert Pittenger by 134 votes in the race to be the U.S. Representative in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District. This year Harris trails Pittenger by about 30 points in the polls.
Don Seriff, Natural Resources Coordinator for Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, says the atlas is the result of more than 20 years of work by him and an army of volunteers to catalogue about 350 bird varieties that are nesting or have histor
Harlem Globetrotter Hoops Green visited 9-year-old Sophia Weaver, who was diagnosed with Rett syndrome, ahead of the team's games in Charlotte on Saturday. Sophia was born with facial deformities and became the target of internet trolls. Hoops is
Douglas Morisoli, a Pokémon Trading Card Masters Division judge and event photographer, discusses the various competitions going on at the 2018 Pokémon Regional Championships, which were held in Charlotte Saturday, March 17th and Sunday, March 18t
Saturday's 22nd annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, which is produced by the nonprofit Charlotte St. Patrick's Day Parade Foundation and drew large crowds, started at 11 am at N Tryon St. and 9th Street in uptown Charlotte, marched south to 3rd Stree
Charlotte-area students, including these at Independence High School, joined thousands across America in walking out of school at 10 a.m. to mourn the victims of the Stoneman Douglas High shooting and demand safer schools.
Immigrant community advocates gather to present an open letter to Mecklenburg County Sheriff Irwin Carmichael demanding an end to the 287g ICE program, which they feel hurts the local immigrant community.