Police investigate fatal shooting
The 25-year-old man showed up at a hospital in Pineville with a fatal wound.
By QCity Metro | July 16, 2021
County will end hotel housing for former ‘tent city’ residents this fall
Of the 200-plus former homeless encampment residents moved to hotels by the county in February, 125 remain.
By Sarafina Wright | July 16, 2021
Vance High School is officially renamed in honor of Julius L. Chambers
Chambers, a civil rights lawyer who spent much of his life in Charlotte, argued groundbreaking cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.
By Jalon Hill | July 15, 2021
LendingTree Foundation announces inaugural LendaHand Alliance cohort
Do Greater Charlotte, West Side Community Land Trust among the 10 participating Charlotte-based nonprofits.
By Katrina Louis | July 14, 2021
County manager expresses concern as Covid vaccination rates stall in Black and brown communities
As vaccination rates decline, county officials reach out to communities of color where the Covid-19 pandemic has taken a disproportionate toll.
By Sarafina Wright | July 14, 2021
Married 83 years, D.W. Williams is remembered as loving husband, man of integrity
Williams' pastor at First Mayfield Memorial Baptist Church described him as a symbol of stability and strength.
By Dante Miller, WFAE | July 12, 2021
Weekend News Quiz – July 9
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By Bethany Lane | July 9, 2021
QCity Metro, JCSU among Knight Foundation grant recipients
The grants went to organizations pushing for digital transformation and inclusion.
By Sarafina Wright | July 9, 2021
‘Going to be the big one’: Renters, advocates brace for end of eviction moratorium
A review of court records shows judges are continuing to order evictions for Mecklenburg County renters who failed to pay rent, even amidst as federal moratorium.
By David Boraks, Lauren Lindstrom and Nate Morabito / Charlotte Journalism Collaborative | July 2, 2021
Deputy U.S. marshal who killed Frankie Jennings will not be charged
District Attorney Spencer Merriweather said that, based on the evidence he reviewed, the shooting was legally justified.
By Glenn Burkins | June 30, 2021