CIAA officials share next steps after fall season suspended

Conference leaders share preliminary operational and financial details as CIAA pushes back fall sports because of coronavirus trends.
By Katrina Louis | July 11, 2020

Sanitation workers soldier on during Covid crisis despite risks

N.C. sanitation workers voice their concerns and share how their jobs have changed during the pandemic as an essential worker.
By Aaliyah Bowden, North Carolina Health News | July 10, 2020

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Chamber awarded $200,000 to support businesses shut down by coronavirus

Board chair says direct business entrepreneurial support and funding are part of the Chamber's new direction.
By Katrina Louis | July 9, 2020

A father’s pain: Two men speak out after losing their only sons in Beatties Ford Road shooting

Both men are asking witnesses to come forward and tell the police what they saw.
By Glenn Burkins | July 8, 2020

Black architects, interior designers requested for Excelsior Club redevelopment

The project will hire a "dream team" to develop concepts for the remodeling of the Excelsior Club and a boutique hotel on the property.
By Katrina Louis | July 8, 2020

JCSU cancels in-person homecoming due to coronavirus concerns

School officials point to negative Covid-19 trends and data as reason. Rescheduled in-person commencement for Class of 2020 is also canceled.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 7, 2020

Blackout Day 2020 wants you to protest with your wallet

Organizers encourage the Black community and allies not to spend money at all on Tuesday. If they do shop, then to Buy Black.
By Katrina Louis | July 7, 2020

Police: Shooting leaves 1 dead in southeast Charlotte

Victim was identified as a 52-year-old man.
By Olivia Todd | July 6, 2020

Queens University renames building linked to slaveholders

Staff presented information last year connecting Margaret and Robert Burwell -- important figures in Queens University's history -- to slavery.
By QCity Metro Staff | July 6, 2020

N.C. reports 2,000-plus new Covid-19 cases in a single day, a state record

State health officials warn residents celebrating the Fourth of July to wear face coverings, avoid crowds and wash hands often.
By Glenn Burkins | July 4, 2020