Wednesday marked the hottest day of the year so far. This adds to a number of days this year that have brought record heat, and along with the high temperatures, rain has been scarce, leading to drought conditions continue in many neighborhoods in NC and SC.
Tragic news out of Mooresville Thursday morning as the Mooresville Police Department said goodbye to one of their own.
There are plans to build a brand new waterfront hotel along Lake Norman in Mooresville. Sunset Cove would be the first luxury lakefront hotel on the property.
A Mooresville man had to be hospitalized after his lung collapsed. Doctors linked his illness to vaping.
An Mooresville woman says a $400,000 lottery win has given her the chance to plan for retirement.
Authorities said target practice led to bullets inadvertently flying into homes in one Mooresville neighborhood.
A Mooresville High School coach made sure to say hello to every student as they walked in to school on Friday.
A search and recovery effort was underway on Lake Norman after a person went missing late Saturday, authorities are saying. Officials confirmed that as of 11:40 a.m. on Sunday that the victim had been located and recovered.
Animal shelters along the coast were forced to evacuate because of Dorian, and shelters in our area are getting results by taking those pets in. They even say they're ready for more.
A local teacher has 'voluntarily resigned' from her position at Mooresville Graded Schools Friday morning after she was suspended because of a rant she posted on Instagram shaming a student with special needs who was held back from a field trip.
Two children and two adults are without a home following a massive house fire Friday morning in Mooresville, according to fire officials.
A Mooresville coffee shop has a book that any current or retired service member can sign. There are more than 16,000 names in the "Book of Honor" now.
The Mooresville Police Department, along with the North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation, announced on Monday they plan to search for the body of a woman who went missing in 2003.
More than 200 people in Mooresville attended a meeting Thursday night to discuss the next step in their battle against the I-77 toll lane project.
A Monday night for neighbors in Mooresville who have been fighting against a development that could have built hundreds of new apartments. The proposed development was off Highway 115 and near Bridges Farm Road.
A man was killed after a hit and run, the suspect is still on the loose.