CMPD, FBI find male who attacked BB&T bend in south Charlotte

Authorities are seeking a public’s assistance in identifying a male who attacked during gunpoint a BBT bank in south Charlotte Thursday. The spoliation happened during around noon during a bend during 5639 Ballantyne Commons Parkway, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police said. A male brandished a gun and demanded income from a clerk before using out of a bank. […]

Woman dies in residence glow in Alamance County

BURLINGTON, N.C. (AP) – A lady has died in a glow during her home south of Burlington. Alamance County Sheriff’s Lt. Jeff Snyder told internal media outlets that firefighters were called around 8:30 a.m. Friday. Officials contend 40-year-old Kristina Rutledge died during a scene. Snyder says investigators are perplexing to establish what started a fire. […]

Bullet Points: Gov. McCrory’s NC bill proposal

Highlights of Gov. Pat McCrory’s $21.5 billion spending devise expelled Thursday for a 2015-16 mercantile year. Unless differently noted, a dollars amounts are for a 2015-16 year only. For spending changes, total are for volume spent or saved compared to what was projected or indispensable to keep handling during stream levels.PUBLIC EDUCATION:- locate $111 million […]

Third child dies after Galax residence fire

Three children are passed following a residence glow in Carroll County Thursday morning. The glow was reported only after 8:30 a.m. during Glendale Road nearby Sparkle Lane only outward Galax. Authorities identified a defunct Friday as Dominic Delp, 7, and Ryleigh Delp, 4. They died during a stage of a fire.  Nine-month-old Randy Delp died […]

McCrory Administration’s MLK, Jr. Commission Awards $5,000 in Grant Funds

McCrory Administration’s MLK, Jr. Commission Awards $5,000 in Grant Funds RALEIGH, NC – Dec 29, 2014 Governor Pat McCrory’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, within a Department of Administration, announced that it finished a examination of FY 2015 extend applications and is awarding a sum of $5,000 to dual organizations: Thomas Mentor Leadership Academy of […]

Giants’ Hunter Pence upbeat in hall notwithstanding damaged arm

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) – Despite a expel on his left arm, Hunter Pence arrived upbeat in a San Francisco Giants hall on Friday. Pence is approaching to skip 6 to 8 weeks after a representation by a Chicago Cubs’ Corey Black fractured his left forearm on Thursday. “I reanimate flattering fast, generally, customarily quicker than […]

18 states, D.C. are preparation remodel extend finalists

By DORIE TURNER and CHRISTINE ARMARIO (Associated Press Writers) ATLANTA — Eighteen states and a District of Columbia were named finalists Tuesday in a second turn of a sovereign “Race to a Top” propagandize remodel extend competition, giving them a possibility to accept a share of $3.4 billion. The states are: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, […]

Central Academy during Lake Park wins center propagandize discussion title

The Central Academy during Lake Park center propagandize boys’ basketball group won a discussion and discussion contest championships for a third time in February. The group kick Franklin Heights Christian Academy 61-31 in a championship diversion to finish undefeated during 20-0. The Eagles, coached by Dale Similton, have been to a contest championship 6 times […]

Law Enforcement Continues Discussion on Race Relations with Local Teens

CHARLOTTE — Local law enforcement officials will once again sit down with young teens this weekend to open up the conversation about race relations. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police and representatives with the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office met with teens last weekend. The young people who attended say they hope others will join in and open up. “Really, […]

NC Rep. McHenry Introduces ‘No Free Rides Act’

RALEIGH — As federal judges debate whether President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration is legal, a North Carolina congressman is promoting legislation that would block tax benefits for undocumented immigrants. With the No Free Rides Act, Rep. Patrick McHenry wants to ban any undocumented immigrant from using the earned income tax credit. “This is […]

Elementary students sing inhabitant anthem during ACC tournament

JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ/News Record accwomen semi1 accwomen duke 030715 05jr sends.JPG Duke’s Kendall Cooper looks to a basket during a Duke 77-68 win over Wake Forest basketball diversion during a ACC women’s contest in a Greensboro Coliseum, on Friday, Mar 6, 2015, in Greensboro, N.C. (JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ/News Record) Posted: Friday, Mar 6, 2015 2:13 pm Elementary […]

NEW REPORT Links Smithfield River Pollution to Political Spending

New Report Links Smithfield River Pollution to Political Spending Raleigh, NC – The owners of Smithfield Foods spent $1.4 million on lobbying in a singular year, according to a new news by Environment North Carolina The huge spending came after Smithfield Packaging dumped over 2.3 million pounds of poisonous chemicals into North Carolina’s waterways in […]