Local police are looking to make a third arrest in connection with a shooting in Gastonia that occurred in February, according to authorities.
The Gaston County Department of Health & Human Services is confirming the first death associated with novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in Gaston County.
Two suspects have been charged in connection to a hit-and-run that left a woman dead in Cramerton.
Police in North Carolina have arrested a man they accuse of coughing at customers at a Walmart store while saying he had COVID-19.
There are 763 positive cases and three deaths associated with COVID-19 in North Carolina.
The order was announced Thursday afternoon in the Board of Commissioners' meeting room.
One company in Gaston County is doing everything it can to keep healthcare workers protected during the COVID-19 outbreak.
McAdenville officials will not be turning on the Christmas lights in an effort to lift people's spirits during the pandemic, despite local officials previously announcing they were going to do so.
Gaston County has identified its first positive case of COVID-19.
The doors are open, food is cooking and the drinks are being poured at Sammy’s Pub in Belmont.
Tucker is currently in custody at the Gaston County Jail under a $500,000 bond.
A Kings Mountain woman says sewer issues are making her home unlivable.
A man involved in a multi-vehicle accident Saturday night on I-85 has died, authorities confirmed with fox 46.
A local nursing home is taking extra precautions to ensure their residents are safe as coronavirus continues to spread.
Prosecutors in North Carolina won’t seek the death penalty against a man accused of using eye drops to kill his wife for life insurance money.
Using a hidden camera, FOX 46 went undercover inside the tattoo shop in February 2019 to expose a secret.
The fire broke out around 3 a.m. Monday, Feb. 17 along Maple Leaf Lane in Bessemer City.
A Gastonia church has been targeted by thieves and church leaders say a recent theft may be their worst yet.
Incredible video shows thieves rip the doors off a Gaston County business, and stroll inside to steal three dirt bikes. Co-owner of McKenney-Salinas Powersports, Don Willis, says he just installed security cameras after someone broke into his shop in December, stealing five bikes.
Neighbors who live downstream from Mountain Island dam are on pins and needles Tuesday night, watching the lake levels. The area is prone to flooding and neighbors say the last thing they need is any more rain.