Gov. Cooper has declared a state of emergency in North Carolina.

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has issued a state of emergency as Hurricane Ian approaches.

Mecklenburg County is set to end its COVID-19 state of emergency on August 15th.

The Governors of North Carolina and South Carolina, have declared a State of Emergency. And in Mecklenburg County,where the city of Charlotte is located,officials have  issued a “stay at home” order  taking effect on Thursday, March 26 at 8 a.m. until April 16.  

Mecklenburg County officials declared a State Of Emergency Sunday to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. The move came after two more residents tested positive for COVID-19. That brings the Mecklenburg County total 4 and the state total cases to 32. Gov. Roy Cooper has closed schools, shut down large gatherings and has asked […]

As Hurricane Florence makes her way towards The Carolinas, there are some tips you may need in order to get ready before the storm hits. Here are some tips to consider before the storm: To get ready for a hurricane: Build an emergency kit. Make a family communications plan. Know you’re the routes you need […]

Recent weather reports have stated that Charlotte could see a great impact from Hurricane Irma.  So, don’t wait to the last minute to prepare.  Below are a list of basic disaster supplies you may need. Basic Disaster Supplies: Water – 1 gallon per person per day for 3 to 7 days Non-perishable food for 3 […]

As Hurricane Irma strengthens back to a category 5, Old School 103.5 wants to keep you up on the latest details of the storm that’s predicted to hit the Carolinas on Monday and Tuesday. This video below can also help with tips on how to be prepared for hurricanes. Keep it locked here on Old […]

Hurricane Irma continues to make headlines. According to WRAL, The category 5 storm has been identified as one of the strongest storms to ever form in the Atlantic. A state of emergency is in effect today starting at 8 am. Due to the uncertainty of the storm all North and South Carolina residents are encouraged […]

Local police have the authority to continue to surveil the St. Louis area for at least another night.

St. Louis officials are expecting the state of emergency to be lifted by Wednesday, the St. Louis Dispatch reports.

Protestors including Johnetta Elzie, DeRay Mckesson and Cornel West have been arrested.