News and interviews with newsmakers.
On May 1, thousands of NC teachers went to Raleigh to lobby law makers for a number of issues. The Star spoke to four teachers from Cleveland County who made the trip about what their takeaways were and if they feel the march is an effective way to lobby. You can read more at ShelbyStar.com.
The two 911 calls that came in when Keenan Little went underwater at the Broad River Greenway on March 16.
This is one of two 911 calls made after Keenan Little went under the water.
A look at the decreasing number of animals killed at the local shelter. What staff is doing to make a difference.
Miss North Carolina’s Outstanding Teen 2017 Marissa Garrison talks about her life.
Prosecutors say a man with a violent past turned his sights on his 7-week-old son. That rage resulted in the child’s death, according to District Attorney Sally Kirby-Turner. Stephen Eugene Moore III is accused of killing his infant son, Sincere Emmanuel Moore. This is the 911 call from the incident.…
The Shelby Police Department just finished its annual active shooter training. Shelby Star editor Diane Turbyfill speaks with those involved about the drills and the frightening, ever-present possibility of being called to the scene of a real shooting.
Shelby Star editor Diane Turbyfill speaks with 1st Sergeant J.E. Dowdle with the North Carolina Highway Patrol about the 11 wrecks Cleveland County has seen during the first four months of 2018.