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Police: Peeping Tom airdrops NC student lewd photo, exposes himself

UNC Charlotte student told police she was in her new apartment Sunday night when she received an inappropriate photo sent to her phone. She then heard moaning coming from outside and saw a man with a flashlight peeping inside her home.

Survivor recounts ‘horrors’ of fatal UNC-Charlotte shooting

A survivor of last year’s fatal shooting at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte has written a first-hand account of the “horrors” he witnessed in a classroom that day.

North Brunswick High School math teacher picked as ‘Teacher of the Week’

As teachers retire or leave the profession altogether, there's an ongoing need for public school teachers and that need is especially prevalent among special education, science and math teachers.

Memorial proposed for North Carolina college shooting victims

A committee formed in the wake of a shooting on a North Carolina college campus last April is proposing a $1 million memorial to honor the victims.

‘Will you marry me?’: UNCC shooting survivor proposes to girlfriend

It was an emotional proposal this weekend for two University of North Carolina at Charlotte students.

Police: 1 killed, 3 injured in shooting at apartment complex near UNCC

Police are investigating after one person was killed and three others were injured in a shooting outside student apartments near the University of North Carolina Charlotte early Saturday morning. 

Police: UNCC shooting suspect planned attack for months

The man charged with fatally shooting two students and wounding four others in a North Carolina university classroom told police he'd planned the attack for months but gave up the assault after he was tackled and knocked to the floor, police detectives said.

Slain North Carolina student gets Purple Heart, Bronze Star

A University of North Carolina-Charlotte student who was killed when he tackled a gunman who opened fire inside a classroom has been posthumously awarded military honors.

UNC Charlotte commencement ceremonies honor students killed in campus shooting

At UNC-Charlotte’s Saturday afternoon commencement ceremony, Chancellor Phillip Debois said it is a time for celebration, but also to recognize the students impacted by the shooting.

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COVID-19 reported cases and percent positivity rate drop to 5% in New Hanover County

Over the past week, 396 new COVID-19 cases have been reported in New Hanover County – for a total of 16,581 cases since the start of the pandemic; and of that total, 15,103 people have recovered from the virus.

South Carolina lifts rule for mandatory masks in restaurants

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster announced that the mandatory mask order for restaurants has been lifted, and now face coverings are recommended, according to a press release from the governor's office.

New Hanover County elementary students looking forward to full-time in the classroom

Many children enjoyed the sunshine on Friday at Long Leaf Park before heading back to the classroom full time on Monday.