The Friday Night Frenzy Game of the Week showcased two high schools on the East side of town as the Butler Bulldogs hosted the Rocky River Ravens. The favored Bulldogs prevailed with a final score of 55-21.
In partnership with the non-profit First Book and the Education Ad program, CBS Radio and the Charlotte Hornets teamed up to give away over 4,000 books to five of Charlotte’s underserved elementary school students.
Every Friday Night at 11:15 PM on NBC Charlotte WCNC-TV, you can watch Kroeger from WFNZ’s “Primetime with Chris Kroeger” give his analysis on every high school football game in the Charlotte area on “Friday Night Frenzy!”
Larry McReynolds from Fox and TNT recaps the Coca-Cola 600 on the Mac Attack and previews the next several weeks on the NASCAR circuit. Larry raves about Kurt Busch’s Indy 500 run and heaps praise […]
Cam Newton was out at his 2nd Annual School Pride Day for his Foundation.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools will be operating on a two-hour delay on Tuesday, January 7. Buses will run and schools will open two hours after normal time.
(CBS Charlotte) — A PE teacher with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District has been arrested after police say he had inappropriate contact with a student. The incident took place at Hopewell High School last month. The Huntersville Police […]
Mac Attack 05/21/13: Fox analyst Darrell Waltrip joined the guys to recap the All Star Race, to preview the Coke 600, and for his take on Bruton Smith’s comments yesterday about a race leaving the area
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Most of North Carolina’s 1.5 million public school students are opening a new academic year.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Officials with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools say they’re altering dismissal times and bus routes to help students and their parents navigate the city during the Democratic National Convention.