The victims were shot in the legs as they walked in the Brookhill area off Remount Road. Police were looking for two men in a green Mazda.
Two injured in random west Charlotte shootings
Just call me butter, ’cause I’m on a roll
I’M JUST SAYIN’
Jemal is perfect in his NFL post-season picks. He also has some thoughts about this past weekend
The inauguration can wait
Obama’s work starts now, and Washington is ready
Preaching the virtues of a healthy diet
Denise Hairston says fatty foods, too much salt and sugar are killing black Americans. Her message: A healthy, meat-free diet can be tasty, too
Nick Mackey faces misdemeanor charge
The charge is related to a July judgment against Mackey’s law firm for unpaid rent, attorneys fees, interest and other costs that now total $101,402
Playoff picks: Four more shots at perfection
I’M JUST SAYIN
A lesser sports writer might boast after so closely calling last week’s Panthers-Saints games. But I’m nothing if not modest
Black history unfolds in Colorado
In the same grand chambers where the Ku Klux Klan once held sway, two black men will assume the most powerful positions in the Colorado General Assembly
Apartheid foe Helen Suzman dies at 91
Suzman was one of the few white South African lawmakers to fight against the injustices of racist rule
Unsolved murders from ’08 linger into ’09
Thirty-two of Charlotte’s 83 homicides from last year were unsolved at year end, according to a Charlotte Observer analysis.
Awaking the inner giant
The problems that beset black America will start to vanish when we embrace the ideals of Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglas and Martin Luther King, Jr.
DeWayne Walker: The other Aggie coach
I’M JUST SAYIN’
New Mexico State University isn’t the most recognizable athletic program in the world, but it’s about to get a lot more attention
Freddie Hubbard, jazz trumpeter, dies at 70
The cause was complications of a heart attack he had on Nov. 26, a spokesman said
What Lil Wayne can teach us about fashion
When it come to style and fashion, find what works for you and make it your own. True style is about individuality.
50,000 expected for uptown celebrations
After a 12-year absence, First Night Charlotte returns to welcome 2009. A heavy police presence will be on hand for crowd control and to discourage drunk driving
Christian-themed hotel planned for S.C.
Guests could stay in rooms themed after the biblical King Solomon’s Temple or go to a juice bar named the Garden of Eden