This Black voter for Trump no longer feels alone

NBC exit poll data suggest that 19% of Black male voters supported Trump this election.
By Jeannette Muhammad | November 24, 2020

Three Bone Theatre’s “HANDS UP” explores being Black in America

The virtual production, inspired by the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, runs Nov. 19-21.
By QCity Metro Staff | November 19, 2020

As NC remains in Phase 3, bar owners struggle to stay afloat

Bars like 1501 South Mint and Nick & Mike Bar and Grill are navigating extended restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | November 17, 2020

Opinion | We need to engage Black women and men in discussions about domestic violence

As a survivor of domestic violence and systemic bias, I believe there is a more empathetic path for Black men in discussions with Black women around domestic violence and other family dynamics.
By Patrick Graham | November 13, 2020

Share your stories about Thursday’s record rainfall.

We want to hear from families and business owners in the aftermath of Thursday's floods across the Charlotte region.
By QCity Metro Staff | November 13, 2020

Your Election Day vote may not be showing up online — that’s normal in NC

For NC election officials, 2020 ballot counting has been business as usual.
By NC Watchdog Reporting Network | November 12, 2020

Opinion | Democracy is in peril. But it’s not too late to turn the tide.

Our democracy has never progressed in a straight line; it has zig-zagged forward.
By Susan Smith Richardson, Center for Public Integrity | November 5, 2020

Police arrest armed man outside of University City polling site

Prior to that arrest, the North Carolina State Board of Elections had reported no significant incidents.
By QCity Metro Staff | November 3, 2020

It’s Election Day. Here’s how it’s going across Mecklenburg County

Check back throughout the day for local updates
By QCity Metro Staff | November 3, 2020

Forecast: NC could see deluge of postelection litigation, challenges and protests

Tomas Lopez of Democracy NC: "I think that if there's a litigation option that's out there on all sides of this, there's a good chance it will be invoked."
By Jordan Wilkie, Carolina Public Press | November 2, 2020