Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is the third black coach to make it to the Super Bowl in two years — the second to win it. But the spate of progress may be short-lived.
Black NFL coaches an endangered species
Thomas Y. Chunn Sr.
Mr. Chunn moved to Charlotte from New York in 1989.
Bipartisanship, but at what cost?
In his well-meaning effort to build a broad base of congressional support, President Obama may be handing GOP lawmakers too much power over his agenda
Mike Tomlin: Young, gifted and (yes) black
I’M JUST SAYIN’
I hate to bring up race, but…shouldn’t we be making more fuss over the fact that another African American coach has won the super bowl?
Large Qcity crowd expected for Marian Wright Edelman
Edelman, a longtime advocate for children’s issues, will speak at a Thursday fundraiser benefiting the Charlotte Junior League. The event is free, but donations are requested
CIAA ticket go on sale tomorrow at JCSU
Officials say the limited supply will go fast. The Martin Street gate will open at 5 a.m. Ticket sales will begin at 7 a.m. in the Brayboy Gymnasium
Cinderella will be a no-show at Super Bowl XLIII
Except in a few notable cases, you just don’t see major upsets in the biggest sporting event of the year
It’s Serena Down Under — again!
Serena Williams crushed Dinara Safina 6-0, 6-3 to win the Australian Open today, picking up her 10th Grand Slam title
US Airways: ’09 outlook is murky
Charlotte’s dominant carrier reported a $2.2 billion loss for 2008 after recording a $427 million profit the previous year
U.S. economy shrank 3.8 percent last quarter
The federal government today reported the biggest quarterly drop in 26 years. The news gives ammunition to President Obama as his call for a major economic stimulus package
Charlotte-based commentator calls for national black “fast”
Lenny McAllister wants a 40-day moratorium on black crime, black truancy and language degrading to black women. The fast would extend through Black History Month
“Style cannot be dictated”
Fashion columnist Lashawnda K. Becoats begins a monthly Q&A with local people who put the "style" in Style Essentials. Today, meet Chris Capel, 30
Police arrest two on murder-robbery charges
Investigators are trying to determine whether the pair, plus a third person who was already in the Mecklenburg jail, were involved in a string of robberies
A Huntersville church studies the principles of prayer
The Rev. LaShaun Hamilton said understanding prayer begins with the basic knowledge that a higher being is at work
Looking for work? Consider this advice
Bill Means, director of the Career Center at Queens University of Charlotte, says unemployment can be stressful, but job seekers needn’t give up