A series of FOX 46 investigations are getting results. A crooked contractor and his partner are now banned from doing contracting work in the state of North Carolina.
FOX 46 caught him in the act, but time after time an appliance repairman still finds a way to do work, even though he’s banned from doing so.
It’s being called “landmark legislation” and a “Christmas miracle.” For Sgt. 1st Class Richard Stayskal, it is a “relief.”
After 13 months of sharing his story, speaking to lawmakers and fighting for justice, a terminally ill NC soldier will soon see his hard work come to fruition.
Tammy Rivero carries around the oxygen tank keeping her alive, along with the memory of what was supposed to be a medical “miracle.”
The House of Representatives passed the National Defense Authorization Act, a $730 billion military spending bill, by a vote of 377-48 Wednesday.
For the first time ever, soldiers fighting for our country will soon be able to seek legal recourse and receive compensation if they are a victim of military medical malpractice, according to a final copy of the National Defense Authorization Act, which was made public Monday evening.
Another family has come forward saying they too were ripped off by a guy FOX 46 began investigating months ago. Their stories together are depicting an alarming trend.
Attorney General Josh Stein is asking anyone who feels like they’ve been ripped off by Eat Work Play to file a complaint with his office. This comes amid new concerns and calls for refunds.
The owner of an aircraft charter company located at the Mid-Carolina Regional Airport, and a former Marine One pilot, is in jail in Georgia accused of having sex with a 14-year-old.
Carolina Men's Clinic is accused of charging thousands of dollars for unwanted medications.
A Charlotte leader says action should have been taken sooner at a troubled west Charlotte apartment complex that's now kicking all of its tenants out.
Charlotte's Housing Appeals Board voted unanimously to uphold findings of facts against Lake Arbor Apartments on Tuesday which puts ownership on a path to paying civil penalties.