At a former plantation in York County, S.C., where hundreds were held in slavery, the descendants of those enslaved gather to remember and honor their ancestors.
Historic Brattonsville honors the enslaved and their descendants
Police arrest UNC Charlotte student at home where shooting happened
Police said the 20-year-old student was arrested on drug charges.
What Maxine Waters said about Donald Trump during her visit to Charlotte
The California congresswoman said the gloves off in her dealings with the nation’s 45th president.
Police catch suspect in killing of UNC Charlotte professor
The body Jeannine Shante Skinner, 35, was found Friday inside an apartment in southwest Charlotte.
Postal Service offers $50,000 reward for info leading to shooter of mail carrier
The shooting was reported at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the 3600 block of Archer Avenue, which is just north of Clanton Road and west of Interstate 77.
CIAA to unveil new app for annual basketball tourney
Among other things, the app will make it easier to book hotels and buy gameday tickets.
CMPD clears security guard in fatal shooting
Police said the suspect was shot and killed while trying to rob a sweepstakes business in east Charlotte.
CMPD officer arrested, charged with illegally obtaining opioid painkillers
CMPD identified the officer as Jennifer Wolfe, 37. She was booked in Mecklenburg jail with bond set at $5,000.
Man charged in fatal crash on Beatties Ford Road
Police say the 37-year-old driver was speeding way from a disturbance reported at a gas station and ran two red lights before crashing into another car.
Dispute in gaming parlor ends with man shot to death
The trouble started when two men got into a dispute and one went to his car and returned with a gun.
CMS teacher faces new allegations of child sex crimes
The 5th-grade teacher at Billingsville Elementary is accused of improperly touching five boys enrolled in a summer camp program at his home.
22-year-old man killed in Grier Heights early Saturday
The shooting left a second man with non-life-threatening injuries.
Mitchell: Charlotte to host 2018 Black Enterprise Entrepreneurs Summit
The four-day summit is one of the nation’s largest gatherings of black entrepreneurs, attracting more than 1,000 people annually.
Durham prepares for rumored white supremacist rally
County offices and businesses close as hundreds take to the streets of downtown Durham in noon-time demonstrations
Gov. Roy Cooper wants Confederate monuments removed from state grounds
The Democratic governor said monuments honoring the slave-holding Confederacy are best displayed in museums and history books.