Will Kemba Walker stay with the Hornets after making All-NBA Third Team? The team has the cap space and money to offer him a supermax contract.
Kemba Walker made the All-NBA Third Team, should Charlotte be worried?
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Mecklenburg budget proposals take aim at racial disparities, offer aid to small and minority-owned businesses
Food Security & Justice for All: Carolina Farm Trust and others unite to address one of Charlotte’s most critical needs
Carolina Farm Trust board member says, “Food is something that should be an equalizing issue, but it’s a new form of segregation.”
CMPD increases patrols at bus stops after eight reports of man exposing himself to girls
On Monday, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said it’s investigating several reports of a man exposing himself to girls between the ages of 8 and 18.
Words of wisdom: What speakers are saying at HBCU graduations in North Carolina
At N.C. Central University, the Rev. William R. Barber II encouraged graduates to use their education to help reduce poverty, racism and other injustices in America and around the world.
Sen. Cory Booker calls for action during Charlotte roundtable on gun violence prevention
Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker discussed his 14-part plan to curb gun violence, which includes a proposal for licensing gun ownership.
Steve Smith Sr. among players headed to Panthers’ Hall of Honor
Carolina Panthers add Steve Smith Sr., Jake Delhomme, Jordan Gross and Wesley Walls to Hall of Honor. The group becomes first inductees since 2004.
Hip-Hop legends headline this year’s North Carolina Music Hall of Fame inductees
Five music artists with North Carolina ties to be honored at a ceremony in October.
Police: 2 killed in separate incidents on Saturday, including a woman fatally stabbed
A 20-year-old man was arrested Sunday and charged with fatally stabbing a 19-year-old woman in east Charlotte. The killing was […]
Lured by tax incentives, investors seek gold in Charlotte’s historically black neighborhoods
Some community leaders worry that an anticipated rush of investment dollars under a new federal program will push historically black neighborhoods further into gentrification.
Senator Cory Booker will make Charlotte stop to talk gun laws
Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker will join roundtable at Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Charlotte on May 10.