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Past articles by Bora:

Should schools be able to carry Native American mascots?

The debate over using Native American mascots in sports have been ongoing for many years. → Read More

Porch piracy-- thieves targeting front door packages

It is becoming an all too familiar sight: thieves stealing packages right off the front porch. → Read More

South Carolina records first flu deaths of the season

South Carolina has suffered its first flu deaths of the season. → Read More

Vandals target historic Rowan County cemetery

The search is on for vandals who had left a path of destruction at a church cemetery in Rowan County. → Read More

Marshville woman charged with felony child abuse

MARSHVILLE, N.C. -- A Marshville woman is accused of child abuse after authorities said an infant in her care suffered serious brain injuries last week. The Union County Sheriff's Office said on August 12 deputies and EMS personnel responded to a medical call involving a child in the 2200 block of Hasty Road. An infant child was found to be in cardiac arrest, was transported to CMC-Union for… → Read More

Neighbors fed up with Charlotte night club

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Behind closed doors, group of very frustrated but determined Charlotte residents met Wednesday night to devise a plan to close the doors to a popular nightclub in the neighborhood. "We are going after them and putting a task force together as a community and we are going to work together to shut down the club," said resident Phillip Lavauch. For years, the Wesley Heights… → Read More

Man in clown costume swings ax at Hickory woman

Police say a man wearing a clown costume swung an ax at a woman, but she wasn't hit. → Read More

Officers shoot pit bull; owner wants answers

A neighbor called police saying the pit bull escaped from the fenced-in yard next door and kept him from getting out of his vehicle. → Read More

Afternoon storms leave local residents without power

Shortly after 2:00 p.m., a 110-foot long tree toppled over onto the pavement on Wood Forest Road. Neighbors were concerned about the tree prior to Thursday's storms. → Read More

Newton family victim of hoax: "It literally scared me to death"

A local family got an unexpected visit Saturday from members of the SWAT team in Catawba County. → Read More

Grazing horse fatally shot in Chester County pasture

The Chester County Sheriff's department is now investigating a possible case of animal cruelty. → Read More

Report: Drug ring moved weed through Charlotte-Douglas

A Jacksonville, Florida man is the latest tied to a nation-wide crime ring that moves massive amounts of drugs by commercial air. → Read More

NASCAR leaders speaking out against toll lanes on I-77

NASCAR leaders speaking out against toll lanes on I-77 → Read More

Escaped inmate's brother assaults woman

According to the police report, Samantha Lyles told deputies William Camp knocked her to the floor, dragged her by her hair, and assaulted her. The report states "she stated that William cursed at her and ridiculed her for allegedly helping law enforcement locate his brother." → Read More

Authorities name suspects in local church break-ins

Authorities name suspects in local church break-ins → Read More

Commissioners debate Confederate memorials in Meck Co.

Commissioners debate Confederate memorials in Meck Co. → Read More

Officials ramp up security for Fourth of July

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- There is heightened security across the nation this July Fourth weekend. From New York City to Boston and right here in the Carolinas, authorities are stepping up security measures ahead of this weekend's festivities. Fireworks lit up the night sky over Uptown, Friday to a sold out crowd at BB&T ballpark, ahead of Charlotte's official "Sky Show." CMPD, and law enforcement… → Read More

South Charlotte residents learn to co-exist with coyotes

South Charlotte residents learn to co-exist with coyotes → Read More

Bear sightings continue to climb in the area

ROCK HILL, S.C. -- The number of bear sightings continues to climb. On Wednesday, Rock Hill Police and the York County Sheriff's department received at least half a dozen calls of people spotting a bear. The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Division, representing counties including York, Lancaster and Chester, received nearly 30 reports in the last two weeks. Bears typically pass… → Read More

ASU student arrested for taking pictures inside men's restroom

ASU student arrested for taking pictures inside men's restroom → Read More