N.C. Central is helping the state craft a BIPOC vaccination message

Because of that work, state officials say, more people from historically marginalized communities say they are willing to be vaccinated.
By QCity Metro | February 12, 2021

Police investigate Tuesday shooting that left man dead

The Tuesday shooting was reported in the 1200 block of Kelston Place, just north of Albemarle Road.
By QCity Metro | February 10, 2021

Community Link seeks volunteers for free tax prep program

Community Link is recruiting volunteers to help low- to moderate-income residents file their tax returns. Each year, the nonprofit trains […]
By QCity Metro | February 10, 2021

Links chapter accepting scholarship applications

Applications are open to Black high school seniors currently enrolled in Mecklenburg County.
By QCity Metro | February 9, 2021

After nearly closing, the West End Fresh Seafood Market keeps its doors open

Owner Bernetta Powell says 2020 tested her faith, but she stayed committed to serving her community.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | February 9, 2021

Gerald Wright chosen to lead Davidson Housing Coalition

Wright will begin his duties in March for DHC, a non-profit providing affordable housing and other services to ensure economic diversity in the town of 13,000.
By QCity Metro | February 8, 2021

Teen killed, 2 injured in east Charlotte shooting

Investigators did not release a motive for the shooting, which happened at a n office complex.
By QCity Metro | February 8, 2021

Gantt Center reopens with new exhibitions and free admission

One exhibition, “Lift Every Voice,” tell the story of Charlotte’s response to the last years's nationwide protests against police killings.
By QCity Metro | February 5, 2021

Police: Man on CATS bus stabs 2 riders with machete

Suspect arrested, charged with two counts of attempted murder.
By QCity Metro | February 4, 2021

The weight of student loans on Black and Latino borrowers

North Carolina mirrors the national trend with Black and Latino students borrowing at higher rates to offset college expenses.
By Gracyn Doctor, WFAE | February 2, 2021