A protest in downtown Durham on Monday night left a statue of a Confederate soldier erected nearly a century ago […]
Protesters topple Confederate monument in Durham
Charlotte politicians and clergy join critics of racist violence
Many of the leaders criticized President Donald Trump, who initially blamed “all sides,” not just the white supremacists, for the violence in Charlottesville.
New merit program offers full-ride scholarships to top high school graduates
N.C. General Assembly authorizes funds for up to 20 awards annually
Expert tips for finding the right foundation to match your skin tone
Professional makeup artist Johnatha Camp knows a thing or two about beauty.
Watch: Woman confronts man at Gaston County home where Nazi flag was flown
Page Braswell said she drove to the Mount Holly home, about two miles from her own, because she was fed up with racism and bigotry.
What’s Happening, Charlotte: 15 things to do this weekend in the Qcity
On this weekend’s list of things to do: Funk Fest, Steve Smith’s yacht party, Social Sundays and much more.
Police investigate killing in southeast Charlotte
When officers around they found a man with gunshot wounds inside a vehicle.
‘Behind the Green’: Mentoring and inspiration at the PGA Championship
Sixty high school and college students gathered at Quail Hollow Club to hear how the game of golf can help them succeed in life.
The Scene at the Embassy Suites Charlotte Uptown Grand Opening
12-year-old killed while walking on I-77 after stealing car
Authorities said the boy was staying with family members at a hotel in Statesville when he drove away in a car that was left unlocked in the parking lot.
2 killed in single-car crash
Police said speed was a factor in the wreck that killed two people early Sunday in the 3400 block of Hubbard Road.
Tickets for BPC banquet, featuring Rep. Maxine Waters, now on sale
Black Political Caucus of Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s banquet theme is “Reclaiming My Time,” a mantra recently made famous by the feisty congresswoman from California.
Take heed, warns NAACP, if Missouri is on your travel itinerary
Civil rights group issues travel advisory after law passed that makes it more difficult for workers to prove unlawful discrimination
Police charge woman with fatal shooting
Police charged a 23-year-old woman with murder in connection with a fatal shooting in east Charlotte on Sunday. Authorities identified […]
What’s Happening, Charlotte: 13 fun things to do in the Qcity (Aug. 4-6)
It’s Thursday. The weekend is almost here, and there’s so much to do around the Qcity.