Thursday morning, along came the grinch in the form of the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission.
The final rule will be published in the federal register Thursday and go into effect in April.
The Mystery Oreo flavor started in September and fans kept guessing in an attempt to win a $50,000 grand prize.
Potato crops damaged by cold and wet weather could reportedly mean a shortage of the beloved french fry.
Here's a handy guide to how long your favorite Thanksgiving dishes last as leftovers.
If you're up to cooking this holiday, these restaurants have you covered.
The maker of Bumble Bee tuna has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
That Thanksgiving turkey bone may cause more damage than you think.
The inspection was held on Monday, Nov. 18 at China Fun located at 5716 Wyalong Drive in Charlotte.
More than 97,000 pounds of salad items were recalled Thursday due to possible E. coli contamination.
Bringing Thanksgiving dinner to your loved ones? The TSA has got you covered.
A community in New York City will not have to worry about leaving out a holiday-staple casserole this year.
If your holidays need a little more sweet and sour or if you need to spruce up and add a little more dazzle to your Christmas tree, we have you covered.
Post and Hostess are giving consumers a new way to enjoy a childhood staple snack: Twinkies in cereal form.
Foxcroft Wine Co., Toccare Day Spa, The Spoke Easy Bike Shop, and a trendy new restaurant that recently opened in Charlotte called Capishe were all victims of a burglar who is now in custody, police say.
A police chief says a North Carolina fast-food restaurant has fired at least one employee after a cashier refused to serve an officer.
The mayhem over the return of the Popeyes chicken sandwich continued in Los Angeles when a woman damaged her Mercedes-Benz after video shared to Instagram appears to show an attempt to cut a drive-thru line at the southern fast food chain's West Adams location.
The 2019 holiday cups and seasonal drinks will be available in stores beginning Nov. 7, the company said.
Soon after calories were posted on fast-food menus, people cut back a little bit on what they ordered. But it didn't last.
An artisan cheese from Oregon was dubbed the world’s best at the 2019 World Cheese Awards, a first for an American-made cheese.