On Wednesday, Harris Teeter began only allowing 50 percent of the building’s code capacity in at a time.
Usually, they’re the ones receiving, but tonight a local charity is giving back in the fight against COVID-19.
A local teen who tested positive for the coronavirus could be facing 10 years behind bars, accused of coughing on Rock Hill police officers, then laughing about it on video.
UPDATE: Dane Foster has been found safe.
The YMCA of Greater Charlotte has announced that they are furloughing more than 3,700 employees across their facilities.
Mecklenburg County is hiring 30 social media influencers to promote social distancing but could not give an estimate as to how much this will cost taxpayers.
Each day, as the virus spreads throughout Charlotte, men and women leave their families for the frontline. They get in their patrol cars, fire trucks, ambulances and they walk the hospital halls all to keep the public safe.
Hundreds of workers at Charlotte Douglas International Airport have been furloughed. Now many of them are reaching out to FOX 46 after their claims for unemployment have been sitting idle for three weeks.