The killings were reported minutes apart — one in east Charlotte near Hickory Grove Road and the other in northeast Charlotte near N. Tryon Street.
Popular barber at No Grease was among 3 men shot and killed late Tuesday, media reports
Man found shot dead inside car that struck utility pole
The shooting was reported late Monday in west Charlotte.
New Charlotte budget adds police officers — without higher taxes
Charlotte’s general fund budget is expected to be $581.4 million – a 5.3 percent increase over the previous year.
Teddy McDaniel named president and CEO of Urban League of Central Carolinas
McDaniel comes to Charlotte after a long career in the financial services industry and leading the Urban League in Austin, Texas, for the past five years.
Bank of America pulls funding for ‘Julius Caesar’ production over Trump-like portrayal
The Charlotte-based bank said the New York production, which shows a Trump-like Caesar being stabbed to death, was presented “in a way that was intended to provoke and offend.”
Charlotte woman dies from burns; husband charged with murder
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police identified the suspect as Gary James McGill, 51. He was charged in the death of his wife, Archie McGill, 47.
Morehouse College interim president dies unexpectedly
William Taggart, the newly appointed interim president of Morehouse College died suddenly Wednesday at his Atlanta home, the school has confirmed. He was 55 years-old.
Local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta celebrates 75 years of community service
The Charlotte Alumnae Chapter has planned a full weekend schedule, including a scholarship reception and gala.
Under fire for his leadership, Mecklenburg Health Director Marcus Plescia will step down
Plescia, who heads the Mecklenburg County Health Department, faced growing criticism after it was revealed that county health clinics had mishandled test results for nearly 200 women who were screened for cervical cancer.
YMCA and CMPD will offer teens ‘Summer of Opportunity’
The seven-week program, focused on three high-poverty, high-crime areas, will offer teens free access to three neighborhood YMCAs on Friday and Saturday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.