Election day is November 8. If you haven’t voted, the final day to do so is today until 7:30 PM. When early voting you can go to any location but on election day, voters must go to their assigned precinct. If you’re not sure if your registered to vote or where your precinct is, you […]

Happy October, y’all! If you’re anything like me then you know we’re gearing up for anything pumpkin flavor and fall activities. The cool air and autumn breeze is comfortable enough to enjoy the great outdoors. As always, we have you covered with things to do before it gets too cold. From pumpkin patches to haunted […]

Some call it gentrification others call it an upgrade. New townhomes being built in the Sugar Creek neighborhood off I-85 exit 41 has created some buzz around Charlotte and on social media. It’s the price of the homes that have people stunned. The townhomes are selling for about $3,000 a month. People who are familiar […]

DaBaby Did It Big For Charlotte With His Billion Dollar Baby Weekend! It was the Billion Dollar Baby weekend for DaBaby’s hometown of Charlotte. DaBaby hosted a free carnival for the kids, Saturday 6/18. Saturday night was his concert, and Sunday 6/19 was the Billion Dollar Baby comedy show for the dads. This all went […]

The Charlotte Douglas International Airport is ranked the fifth busiest airport worldwide and sixth in passenger traffic, according to  Airports Council International (ACI) 2021 preliminary rankings. In 2020, Charlotte Douglas was ranked the sixth busiest airport worldwide for arrivals and departures and 18th in passenger traffic.  ACI data for 2021 now marks CLT as the […]

Charlotte native Lute hit the stage at Dreamville Festival 2022 on day one of the two-day festival. After signing to Dreamville record label in 2015 Lute has been making noise. The 32-year-old is always repping Charlotte, especially Betties Ford Rd. Lute named his recent project West 1996 because he’s from the west side of the […]

Congratulations to multiple Charlotte-area schools that won the NCHSS High School State Basketball Championship. Six different Charlotte-area school Men’s and Women’s high school basketball programs claimed the state title for their division. On Thursday Rock Hill High Schools’ Lady Bearcats beat Summerville High School 52-44, claiming the 5A NCHSS State Championship. The Salisbury Lady Hornets […]

Travelers were walking around North Carolina airports with firearms and forgot seemed like a lot in 2021. TSA seized over 200 guns in the state. TSA says its officers seized 106 guns at Raleigh-Durham International Airport in 2021, nearly double the number they seized at the airport in the previous year. And another 100 firearms […]

People have been raving about this New Orleans-inspired restaurant in Charlotte, it’s called The Cajun Queen. If you haven’t checked it out yet, The Cajun Queen has been serving Charlotte since 1985. The historic restaurant is located in Elizabeth neighborhood at 1800 E 7th St. The restaurant is a  100-year-old house, a friendly place for […]

Could the Charlotte area really be getting snow for the third straight weekend? Local news is reporting Friday will be brick, temperatures will be in the upper 20s and lower 30s.  During most of the day, Charlotte will be mostly dry, with a chance of rain in the evening. Weather officials are saying cities and […]