Nathan Morabito, NBC Charlotte

Nathan Morabito

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Charlotte, NC, United States

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UNCC shooter seen on surveillance cameras riding light rail to campus

CATS cameras record the UNCC shooter riding the train to campus on April 30, the day he shot and killed two students and injured four others in a Charlotte class. → Read More

Housing authority to give struggling families more time to use vouchers

A CHA committee recommended changing the rules by giving people up to 180 days, or an extra two months, to use their vouchers before they expire. → Read More

Charlotte needs more housing vouchers, but has history to overcome

The Queen City's in desperate need of housing help, but the major U.S. city receives fewer government vouchers than smaller and similarly sized cities. → Read More

Charlotte immigration judge threatened to sic "big dog" on child during hearing

Immigration judge reportedly threatened to sic dog on a fidgety 2-year-old in courtroom 3 years ago. Recently promoted to highest immigration court in the country. → Read More

Top Mecklenburg County justice resigns after months of criticism

Chief Magistrate Khalif Rhodes said his resignation is not in response to criticism over a new bail policy he helped create. → Read More

Housing voucher holders could get more time to use government assistance under proposed change

The proposal comes three months after the Charlotte Journalism Collaborative found one out of every three vouchers expired before people could actually use them. → Read More

After tests identify high levels of arsenic in water, Union County pledges action

Homeowners have begged leaders for years to do something about the contaminant in their wells. A recent Union County decision will now deliver clean, safe water. → Read More

Body camera video shows moments after deadly police pursuit

The video does not show the moment the suspect reportedly struck two men, killing one and seriously injuring the other. → Read More

Protestors, non-profits prepare game plans ahead of 2020 Republican National Convention

At least one hate group intends to be in Charlotte for the Republican National Convention. While some locally will protest, Love Charlotte has a different approach. → Read More

'It's really about marketing the city': Expectations for RNC economic impact

Not only did the 2012 DNC under-deliver, both the 2016 RNC and DNC came in below projections, too. → Read More

Construction fence adds new barrier near tunnel entrance

While not intended to keep people out of Charlotte's stormwater tunnels, a temporary construction fence will have that impact. → Read More

What you should know about North Carolina's Caller ID Law

NC leaders promise a new bi-partisan law signed by the governor will protect us from robocalls. The state's top law enforcement officer said that's unlikely for now. → Read More

Charlotte Diocese to release names of clergy members accused of sex abuse

Church leaders will release a list of credibly accused clergy members by the end of the year. Rev. Patrick Winslow promised more transparency moving forward. → Read More

Broken storm pipe, large sinkhole contributed to South End flooding

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Storm Water Services first became aware of the problem in 2010. A project to fix the issue will be completed in 2020. → Read More

List of accused former scout leaders includes 15 from Carolinas

The same lawyers who are accusing the Boy Scouts of America of covering up a "pedophilia epidemic" provided a list of more than 500 national accusations. → Read More

Defendants aren't just cutting off ankle monitors; they're letting the batteries die

As the number of people who've cut off ankle monitors is on pace to exceed last year, we've learned other defendants are letting their devices die. → Read More

New CMS leader went from making $37,000 as teacher in 2004 to $280,000 as superintendent today

A review of Earnest Winston's personnel records show CMS invested in him heavily in just 15 years. → Read More

Superintendent's last email to CMS board before suspension addresses fingerprinting failure

The email, dated July 11, also alerted the board of 26 teacher vacancies. → Read More

Mother warns others after SUV rolls off with child inside, 'I just don't feel safe'

A Gastonia mother said her family's Chevy Suburban rolled backward down a hill with a 2-year-old inside, even though the car was off. → Read More

DA review of Danquirs Franklin shooting not complete by 90-day goal

Charlotte’s growing number of homicides could be delaying the district attorney’s final decision in the police shooting death of Danquirs Franklin. → Read More