A man has been arrested on drug charges following a two month investigation stemming from citizens' complaints in Mooresville.
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911 Call Released After Man Plows SUV into Bessemer City Restaurant, Killing Daughter and Daughter-In-Law
The Gaston County Police Department has released the 911 call from Sunday's tragic event at the Surf and Turf Lodge in Bessemer City.
A man has been charged with exposing himself after he was seen masturbating on a homeowner's back porch in Rowan County.
Check out the Gaston County mugshots from May 23, 2018.
Check out the Mecklenburg County mugshots from May 23rd.
Be sure to head out to BB&T Ballpark tonight for Video Game Knight!
Donations are still needed at CMPD Animal Care & Control's Kitten Nursery.
An emotional evening as hundreds gathered to remember the victims of a restaurant tragedy in Gaston County. Police say a man drove an SUV into the Surf & Turf Lodge in Bessemer City Sunday, hitting members of his own family.
There was a free pop up concert at a venue he played at the beginning of his career.
As the weather gets hotter, more people are spending time on the water.
David tepper is having a self-described 'heck of a week,' but the billionaire businessman still has to wait until July to officially take over in Carolina.
A worker was killed in Uptown Wednesday afternoon after officials say they fell from a building that's currently under construction.
Deputies say they arrested a woman and two teens after a gun was shot in the woods near a Burke County school.
The brother of Roger Self, Monty Self, spoke Wednesday afternoon at the Gaston County Police Department following the tragic incident Sunday afternoon that left two family members dead and several others injured.
Investigators say a traffic stop ended with two people facing serious drug charges.
Officials say a plumbing issue created sewer gas, which caused the odor that led to the evacuation of a building at South Mecklenburg High School on Wednesday .
Two teens have been charged for their involvement in a series of residential break-ins in Charlotte.
A Charlotte man will spend the next two decades in prison for two bank robberies he committed in 2015, according to an announcement by U.S. Attorney R. Andrew Murray.