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Huntersville Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

HUNTERSVILLE, NC — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Rain starting in the afternoon.


Cabarrus County scoring with NBA All-Star Game

CONCORD, NC (WBTV) - While Center City Charlotte is abuzz with excitement over the NBA All-Star Game, there’s also a nice economic bounce pass outside of Charlotte. Concord in Cabarrus County is reaping some rewards of this weekend’s big event.


Report lists Huntersville as largest YOY rent increase

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - A one-bredroom apartment in Huntersville costs about $1,050 to rent, the largest year-over-year rent increase in the greater Charlotte metro area, according to a report released by Zumper.


Sonya Curry sinks half-court shot to kick off All-Star Weekend

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is used to pulling off trick shots that make fans go crazy and videos go viral -- but Friday it was his mother, Sonya, who delivered the kind of moment her son has perfected.


Adopted daughter gives North Carolina pastor transplant

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) — Billy Houze is the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Lawndale. An area of the state that’s in desperate need. “We’re in the upper part of Cleveland County, which is the poorest part of the county,” Houze said.


Last year 349 gun charges against teens in Mecklenburg County

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Latest numbers show teenagers are not having a hard time getting their hands on guns. Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office reports in 2018 from January to October there were 349 gun charges against 16 and 17 years old. Charges include robbery with firearm/dangerous weapon - tha


North Carolina woman convicted of DWI in fatal crash ordered to speak about dangers of drunk driving

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A judge sentenced Trisha Thompson to 120 days in jail after she was convicted of two felonies connected to a deadly crash in April 2018 that killed 911 dispatcher Nicole Schieb, WSOC reports.


Researchers study tumors in hopes to find link in rare eye cancer cases

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. - There's a new plan to find a common link for 17 eye cancer cases in Huntersville. Channel 9 first started investigating this five years ago, when many of the cases seemed to be connected to Hopewell High School.


No Injuries Reported In Car Rollover On Main Street In Davidson

DAVIDSON, NC — No injuries were reported in a single-car rollover accident on Main Street in Davidson Friday afternoon, according to Davidson Police. The accident occurred around 2:40 p.m., said Police Chief Penny Dunn in a statement.


Good news for Staley, Gamecocks: NCAA approves USC host site for tournament

Should South Carolina women’s basketball earn the right to host the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, the Gamecocks have been granted a waiver by the NCAA to do so in Charlotte, the program announced Thursday.


Presidents Day 2019: What's Open In Charlotte, Mecklenburg County

CHARLOTTE, NC — Presidents Day 2019 is celebrated this year on Monday, Feb. 18. While it's business as usual for some, there are many services and businesses that are closed for the day. Certain stores and car dealerships will hold Presidents Day sales this weekend and on Monday.


Assault On A Child, With A Deadly Weapon Arrest Made In Cornelius

CORNELIUS, NC — A 25-year-old man was arrested in Cornelius last week, charged with a list of crimes that included assault on a child under 12, assault with a deadly weapon, communicating threats and injury to personal property, according to Cornelius Police.


All Payless Stores, Including NC Locations, Could Close: Report

Payless ShoeSource plans to close all of its U.S. stores as part of a bankruptcy filing later this month, Reuters is reporting. The closings would affect about 2,300 U.S. stores and the company is preparing for going-out-of-business sales at the locations, according to the Reuters report. Sources to


Human remains found near elementary school believed to be missing Charlotte man

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) - Human remains found Thursday afternoon behind a north Charlotte elementary school are believed to be that of missing 25-year-old Sam Daivs, according to Charlotte-Mecklenburg police.


North Carolina student asked to ‘cover up’ after teachers found shirt offensive

FORT BRAGG, N.C. — A Cumberland County student was asked to cover up after teachers found her shirt to be offensive, WTVD reports. The shirt reads, “Why be racist, sexist homophobic or transphobic when you could just be quiet?”


Man charged in deadly shooting during Charlotte protests ruled capable to continue trial

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - The man that is accused of firing a shot that killed a protester during the 2016 Charlotte Protests has been ruled capable to continue in his trial. Rayquan Borum is charged in the shooting death of Justin Carr near the Omni Hotel during the protests that followed the deadly C


Mount Holly proposing new boulevard near southeastern border

Mount Holly leaders want to explore the possibility of building a new boulevard that would improve travel for people near the city’s southeastern border. N.C. 273, the state highway known locally as Beaty Drive and South Main Street, serves as the primary entryway into Mount Holly from Interstate 85


North Carolina Introducing New Bill To Further Decriminalize Marijuana

State Senator Mujtaba Mohammed has just introduced a new bill to further decriminalize the possession of marijuana in our state. Mecklenburg County’s 38th District representative said the bill is part of his campaign promise to “build people, not prisons.”


North Carolina could feel like Florida or Mexico in a generation, researchers say

North Carolina will likely feel like the Florida Panhandle or possibly like northern Mexico within a generation, according to a new interactive climate change map developed by researchers at the University of Maryland and North Carolina State University.


9 Investigates: Calls for trampoline park regulations in North Carolina

HICKORY, N.C. - Grayson Huffman, 20, is learning how to get around on crutches, unable to put weight on his right foot for another month. [ALSO READ: Father warns parents after son breaks both ankles at Hickory trampoline park]