With rent on the rise and luxury apartment homes one-upping each other with doggie spas, co-working spaces and 24-hour concierge services, it’s obvious the cost of living in Charlotte is escalating — an average of $300 more per month since 2013. For some, it’s worth the constant increase to be near the social scene and

The CIAA announced Tuesday that its annual basketball tournament will be held in Baltimore instead of Charlotte from 2021-2023, a major loss for Charlotte’s tourism industry. The week of games, conferences and festivities had an estimated economic impact of $50.5 million last year, making it Charlotte’s most lucrative annual event, according to the Charlotte Regional

Many seasoned shoppers know that Black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving, this year Nov. 23 — is a great day to score deep discounts on everything from clothes to tech gadgets. But figuring out where to get the best deals can be challenging. Personal finance website WalletHub’s new study sheds light on the sea

In order to lose yourself in a great story—whether it’s a gaming experience or the next blockbuster superhero movie—you must believe in the world you’re entering. Achieving the level of realism necessary to engage audiences often requires sophisticated visual effects and complex animation that involves a great deal of manual input. Deep learning is a

Known locally as the “A Street to B Street project,” work extends down Lower Main from the intersection with A Street, near the Morristown Police Department, past the intersection with Randolph Road to the B Street intersection. The entire road is being shifted slightly as part of the work; the intersection will be realigned and

CHARLOTTE, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) – The CIAA Tournament will be leaving the Queen City in 2021, the Board of Directors Tournament Sub-Committee announced on Monday. The organization has formally launched the bidding process to find the next host city for the annual men’s and women’s basketball tournament. CIAA has been hosted in Charlotte since 2006. In 2018, the

The radio home of legendary Charlotte sportscaster Harold Johnson has expanded its signal, adding 105.9 FM in the Lake Norman region and into western Cabarrus County. “We’re truly excited, and honored, to bring the great programming of WSIC to Lake Norman,” says Johnson who serves as the station’s morning host. “The show is so much