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Neighbors in Cornelius reported sightings of a small black bear swimming near Lake Norman coves and Ramsey Creek Park, but the bear has since disappeared. Concerned residents called the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, who appreciated the reports. The bear was seen swimming in the lake and climbing onto land, appearing tired but unharmed. Black bear […]

Photographer Noelle Pierce shared a video on TikTok of a creepy children’s room she discovered behind a tiny door in her cousin’s new home, which has garnered millions of views. The video shows Pierce exploring the eerie room and other strange areas of the house, sparking speculation about someone possibly living there. Pierce, who owns […]

Houston — May 16’s derecho that brought a tornado and damaging winds to the Houston area may only be the beginning of what’s to come this storm season. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasted its most active Atlantic Ocean hurricane season for May yet on Thursday. The NOAA projects 2024’s Atlantic hurricane season, lasting […]

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Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is urging North Carolinians to prioritize water safety during Memorial Day Weekend by offering tips on boating safety and insurance. With National Safe Boating Week approaching, Causey emphasizes the importance of wearing life jackets, avoiding alcohol while boating, and having the right insurance coverage in place. “Beaches, lakes and pools will […]

While Diddy remained defiant and maintained his innocence (even after immediately settling out of court), the release of the video of him kicking and dragging Cassie was the nail in the coffin for whatever was left of his reputation and even his career.

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The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced that the new express lanes along Interstate 485 in south Charlotte will not open until 2025. Despite reaching milestones such as opening a new bridge on Elm Lane and a general-purpose lane between Providence and Rea roads, other improvements are still in progress. The project has faced delays […]

Animal rights supporters in Charlotte are urging the city council to allocate more resources to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department’s Animal Care and Control. During a budget public hearing, activists emphasized the need for additional staff at the shelter. Krystin Lasprilla, an animal rights advocate, highlighted the emotional challenges faced by volunteers due to the shelter’s […]

Dorothy Jean Tillman II is one of many 17-year-old graduating this month – except she’s not graduating from high school. Or even from college. No, Tillman is celebrating earning her doctoral degree from Arizona State. The Chicago native began taking college classes at age 10 and has already earned associate’s, bachelors’s, and master’s degrees. Now […]

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During Teacher Appreciation Week Stuart Cramer High School is Starting the Party to #EndALZ with Radio One Charlotte Stuart Cramer High School teachers had very special lesson plans for students studying health science and visual design. They worked with Radio One Charlotte’s community affairs manager, Ramona Holloway, to help classes use their talents to spread […]