Unless your weekend plans involved icy roads, cold temperatures and a little bit of snow, they may look different. A winter storm is expected to sweep through the region this weekend. Meteorologists tracking the storm are predicting light snow to start falling shortly after midnight Saturday night into Sunday. The snow is expected to pick […]

Teachers in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools district are having to balance multiple challenges during the pandemic and some say their pay is not enough. In addition to dealing with a shortage of teachers and increased workloads due to the pandemic, teachers have had to deal with more lockdowns and school violence. Olympic High School teacher, Teila Hand-Broadnax says […]

Sadly for Cam Newton fans in Charlotte, the quarterback is unsure about his future with the Panthers. Newton said in an interview Monday that he is still healthy and can play at a high level, but he is not sure if his future includes the Panthers. The team’s general manager, Scott Fitterer says that they are […]

Alright home enthusiasts, it’s time to mark your calendars. The 17th annual Greater Charlotte Home and Landscape Show is returning to the area this month! The show will take place at the Cabarrus Arena and Events Center in Concord beginning Friday, Jan. 28, and ending Sunday, Jan. 30. Guests will be able to view and […]

LaMelo Ball is taking the Charlotte Hornets by storm. LaMelo helped the Hornets win their second game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Ball tossed a winning floater shot in the last seconds for a 103-99 win. The game was tied 99-99 with 35.4 seconds remaining. Ball took possession of ball, waited for the shot clock to […]

Although it may seem like there is frequently bad news around the Queen City, the good news is the city is becoming safer. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department found that overall crime is down by 5% compared to two years ago. Charlotte’s total arrests are down by 4%, violent crime arrests are down by 3%, and gun […]

We’ve all been there, an unexpected overdraft fee. Well luckily for Bank of America customers, the bank has decided to cut the charges given to customers who spend more than they have in their account. Starting in May, the bank based in Charlotte, North Carolina will decrease overdraft fees from $35 to $10. Fees for bounced […]

Alright parents, while we want to send our children back to school, let’s make sure we’re talking to them about how to keep themselves safe while there. Positive COVID-19 cases for both students and staff at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools have increased over the past week. From Jan. 3 to Jan. 9, CMS reported 1,249 positive student cases. This is […]

It’s January 2022! That means it’s tax time! Now, you may not have your W-2’s in your hand yet, but you can go ahead and get your paperwork in order, especially if you itemize like I do.  Gathering and organizing those receipts can be a bit of a headache, but those deductions can help add […]

Gas prices in the Queen City don’t appear to be lowering by much. As of this morning, the average price of gas in Charlotte was $3.06 per gallon according to GasBuddy data. This is 88.4 cents per gallon higher than last year’s average. The good news is, there are some locations with lower-than-average gas prices. […]

The holidays may be over but another light display is coming to light up the Queen City. I Heart Rail Trail: Lights, presented by U.S. Bank, is returning to Charlotte March 4 through March 20. The Rail Trail will celebrate local art and feature never-before-seen interactive light displays. Art from North and South Carolina artists will be […]

The Charlotte 49ers basketball game against the Old Dominion Monarchs has been postponed due to COVID protocols. The teams were set to play Saturday, Jan. 8. Charlotte officials say the decision was made in adherence to protocols within ODU men’s basketball program. Officials say the teams will work to potentially reschedule the game for a […]